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Re: O'Reilly auto parts

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04-07-2013 20:27:39

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With most parts stores its the counter people who make the difference.

Take AutoZone for example. Ours here can't look up a part with out
knowing the year make and model of the car to punch in the computer.

They couldn't sell you a battery without a vehicle to charge it to. (actually happened to me)

As you pointed out, a Sunday, last resort store.

We recently got an O'Reilly's, I have only been there twice.

The first time was to get a 10si/12si alternator for my tractor.

They needed to know what it fit too. So I gave them an example.

They had one, but with the wrong pulley, so I suggested we swap them.

They agreed, but had to go get tools off the shelves and open the packages.

I asked them to test the alternator before I left the store, which they

agreed to, but they didn't know how to hook it up and test it.

I had to help them with that but the alternator has worked fine since.

The second time I went in I was looking for a digital read out, panel

mount voltmeter. They took the time to look through several books but
couldn't find a panel mount. They had a dash mount but none less than $50.

I bought a brand new one on fleabay for $2.99 with free shipping.

They did take the time to try, both times, and that means a lot in my book.

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