By philosophy and design, our pricing structure is
intentionally simple and cost reducing.
Pull-A-Part's pricing model is unique, but makes perfect
sense…so it is easy to understand. Each specific part has the same
price, regardless of the make, model or year of the car in which
you find it. So the price for a 6-cylinder engine is fixed, whether
it is in a 1972 Plymouth Fury or 1996 Mercedes. Simple, Easy and
huge savings - that is the Pull-A-Part way...
Here is how you read our price list:
- Find the part you are looking
for. Search by a keyword or start with the first letter of the part
name or simply click ALL to see the entire price list.
- There is also what is called a
"Core Charge" on some parts. The core charge, sometimes called a
core price, is a form of deposit you pay until returning your old
part. If you don't have the core at the time of purchase, you must
pay the core charge. That charge is refunded to you when you return
the core of the old part. So if you do not have the old part you
will have to pay this core charge - if you do have it then you will
not have to pay this charge.
- Taxes and a small
regulatory/environmental fee is charged to each
Cares About Your Safety!
Pull-A-Part makes no representations or warrantees as to the
usability of any tires. It is the purchaser's
responsibility to have tires professionally inspected, mounted
Tire carcasses are provided at no cost and are deemed to be unfit
for road use on a passenger vehicle and should not be utilized for
such use under any circumstances.
Driving on damaged tires is
dangerous. A damaged tire can suddenly fail leading to situations
that may result in serious personal injury or death. Tires should
be regularly inspected by a qualified tire service