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I found your company first on eBay then I bought parts directly from your site. I probably wouldn't have a running car if not for Prime Choice! I couldn't afford everything to fix the suspension from any other place but your prices are so amazing. Thank you,

Rielle Wright

I just wanted to compliment your company on great service, communication, shipping and products. The purchase I made just recently arrived lightning quick. I was surprised because I placed the order almost too late to give you a chance to get it here when I needed it. But the order made it. I also worked with a couple of your folks on an ordering problem and they were very helpful. I will definitely try to call on you again for future orders. Thanks a lot,

Marty Lawson
Harrodsburg KY.

Hi. Thank you for your refund, your professionalism and fast response. I am very satisfied. I plan on purchasing new wipers for both my vehicles and will plan on getting them from you. Also if your product is as good as they look I will inform my associates I work with - 250+ of your product. Thank you again and I look forward to dealing with you in the near future. Sincerely,

Paul Horniak

I ordered two sensors for my car. You sent me a confirmation and let me know that it had shipped. I PAID NO SHIPPING. You are the best. I am 59 and I appreciate the way you do business. To be a good customer should I tell everyone about you or just spend lots of money? Danny C. Graybeal

Half the price of anyone else. Very good quality parts and the how-to videos really helped. It took me about an hour to replace both front struts. Thanks and Regards,

Jack
Farmersville, Ohio

Thanks so much for the awesome service – WOW - I will be putting the parts on tonight – WOW Thanks so much,

James F,
Chicago, Ill

Strut Assembly and Brakes. Well you are right - half the price, good quality and excellent service. You were so inexpensive I was suspicious. Everyone told me don't do it - go local. Well they are the loser and I am so thrilled. The job went well and I saved over 500 dollars. Thanks!! I am spreading the word. A Grandmother with guts,

Sue R
Berlin, MA

Thanks for the great service! The parts arrived as promised and fit like a glove (also as promised). The instructions that were included made it relatively easy for me to do the work myself. That saved me over $300 on labor. Unfortunately my regular mechanic believes only KYB makes shocks and struts! I would recommend you to anyone and have! Thanks, again! It's been a pleasure doing business with you!

Wil G,
Bedford TX

I ordered parts yesterday and got them this morning. Installed them and just need the rear bearings now. Jesse Chard

I am glad I found you on the internet. Your parts are so cheap (only in price).Thanks for the good service, fast delivery and free shipping. When I need any parts I will order from you and also tell others about you. (Family members etc.) Thanks,

Charles Ellis

This is a great online parts store. I have ordered parts for 3 different vehicles and every parts was right on and the quality and price are second to none. The service is better than most local stores. PRIME CHOICE IS MY CHOICE for all of the parts they can supply me.

Kevin Donais

got an excellent deal on rotors and brake pads thank you!!!

Chuck Derby

Recently my 2003 Dodge Blazer fuel pump needed replacing. Me and my husband looked around everywhere and the cheapest fuel pump we could find was 240 dollars. We found your website and was unsure about purchasing a fuel pump from you considering that it was less than half the price of everywhere else as well as being online which would result in us not being able to actually see the part until it was delivered to us. Nevertheless, we figured "what would it hurt" and purchased the part anyway. I have to give you all compliments. Not only did the part arrive at a reasonable time but it was the right part without any flaws. I finally found a place that I can purchase all of my car parts without going broke :) Trust and believe you will be recommended to all of my friends and family.
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The Hyde Family

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Look forward to future transactions.

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When to Replace Brake Rotors

Changing your Brake Rotor Discs has historically been an expensive job because of the high cost of parts, and the labour involved in the job. For this reason, most auto repair garages began machining (turning) rotors when they were damaged in order to save their customers money. This involves spinning the rotors on a lathe which grinds their surfaces. This removes imperfections on the surface, ensuring they are clean and level. The major issue with machining a rotor is its thickness. Each time a rotor is turned, it makes the part thinner which reduces the overall effectiveness and safety of the rotor discs. With the drastic drop in the prices of brake rotors over the last ten years, it has now become a viable option to replace rotors instead of turning them, and to replace your rotors more often (especially if you perform your own repairs, or purchase your own replacement auto parts). Doing so improves the life of your entire braking system and improves the overall safety of your vehicle. There is no exact science on when to replace brake rotors because each situation is different, but generally the average is about 50,000 miles to 70,000 miles.

The most common problem with brake rotors is run out, or warping. Rotors are subjected to difficult working conditions and high heat temperatures, and over time can potentially warp. Warping is a greater concern for rotors that have been turned, because they are structurally weaker as a result of their lost thickness. If you change your brake pads and do not measure for run out on your rotors, you may potentially be putting new pads on warped rotors. This will cause your brake pads to experience higher and potentially uneven wear and tear.

Another problem that is common for brake rotors is grooves, scores and cracks in the metal. Quite often, if you do not replace your brake pads soon enough, the brake lining on the pads will be so thin in some places that you will experience your metal brake pads grinding into your metal rotors. This can leave deep grooves in the surface of the rotor. Often these grooves are so deep your mechanic will be unable to machine them out and they will have to replaced. 

There are a number of sure-tell symptoms of bad brake rotor discs. First, vibrating or pulsating when you brake is the most common symptom for you to notice. Generally, if you feel vibrating in the steering wheel your front rotors need attention, and if you feel vibrating in your seat or the pedal, the rear rotors need attention. This is most often caused by run out. Another sign to look for (or listen for) is squealing and grinding noises that may be coming from your brakes. Warped or grooved rotors can produce noises when braking, and the noise can be reason enough for concern. You may also need your brake rotors replaced if they have been worn down to the point that they are not thick enough to safely drive on. All brake rotors have their minimum thickness stamped into them, and once they reach this threshold you can no longer drive on them. Mechanics also have a tool that they use to measure if brake rotors are warped. If you are concerned about these parts, you can bring your vehicle in and have them perform an inspection.

When changing your brake rotors, it is highly recommended that they are replaced in pairs. Failing to do so will lead to uneven pad wear, steering pull, and could lead to costly damage of your braking system. You do have options when having your brake rotor discs changed, that will help you save a lot of money on the repairs. If you purchase your own parts and bring them to your mechanic to install you will save a bundle on repair costs. At Prime Choice Auto Parts, we are sure to have the lowest prices on high quality rotors because we are an Auto Parts Factory Outlet Store. Another option is to purchase your parts and then install them yourself. We have a quick video on our website that gives you detailed instructions on how to change brakes so check it out. Use this knowledge to determine when to replace brake rotors on your car or truck, and you should be able to save money on your repairs.



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