Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Getting Audi Parts

1) http://www.autohausaz.com/
They have audi OEM parts and other european parts at half the price. I do most my shopping here, and always check here first. They usually have the best price with free shipping over $50.
(Engine Oil TOTAL/Elf 5W40, Full Synthetic 5liter@ $33, other sites:$55 plus 5W40 is a pain in the A&& to find)

2) http://www.blauparts.com/
This is one of the popular sites. They're audi/vw based site with shops in the east coast. If you don't know which parts to get and want to do a full belt/water pump change, they sell them in kits here at a fairly good price and they provide OEM parts of course.
(They have wide range of "how to guides" as well to give you an idea of what kind of effort a project might entail.)

3) http://www.shokan.com/
If you have an older audi, and want to look for used parts. This is a great place to start.

4) Ebay.com
I use ebay motors from time to time when I'm on a budget and dont mind aftermarket unknown quality.
For example when I was doing my upper control arms, I got my front OEM uppers at autohaus for about $60 per side, bargain. Then later found out I had to replace my front rear arms too. I figured 100% rating ebay dealer couldn't possibly sell me a product thats worse off than the worn out dead arm on my car... plus at $60 for both sides.
What i got to lose but my life :)

If you know of any great sites, let me know. Always good to have a wide selection to choose from.

1 comment:

  1. Online is a prefect place for buying audi parts. online you can get so many good deals on audi parts and links you shared is good, did get good information.
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