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Newsletter 2012-08-20

1A Auto Newsletter: The 8/20/2012 Edition.

Each week we try to bring you more of the totally rad auto parts that you want and need. This week we added a fresh variety of shocks and struts, with a peppering of other parts to flavor the week perfectly.

Here is the list:

  • Honda Brake Drums
  • Nissan, Cadillac, Lexus, rear rotors
  • New Ford Grilles!
  • Dodge & Pontiac Door Handles
  • More Oxygen Sensors
  • Chrysler, Subaru, Dodge Tail Lights!
  • Ford Control arms WITH ball joints! (less work for you!)
  • Mitsu, Toyota, Geo, Chrysler & More Shocks
  • Ford, Mercury, Subaru & More Struts!
  • Dozens more Monroe brand Suspension parts
  • Soooo much more - Choose your vehicle to see!

Choose Your Vehicle

The Video Contest Has Ended - Watch The Videos!

Watch the video contest videos

The 1A Auto Video Contest has officially come to an end, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. We received fifty video entries and each one was very special in its own way. We would like to thank each and every person, doll, robot, animated character, sock puppet and dog that participated in the contest. The winners will be announced on August 22nd at 10AM EST on the contest page, along with the 1A Auto Blog, and the 1A Auto Facebook Page.

Watch The Videos

25 Million Views on Youtube.

Learn How to Drag Race

You may have noticed that we make a lot of auto repair videos. That is because we are trying to help you save some cash! This past week, we hit a rather exciting milestone on YouTube of 25 million video views. According to my math, if we were to stack 25 million pennies on top of each other, it would be 24 miles tall. MILES! Anyway... If you want to learn how to repair your car, or somebody else's, we'll happily guide you through it.

Shop For Auto Parts

Need a Hub or Wheel Bearing? Not a Problem.

Shop for Wheel Bearings

Have you ever turned the steering wheel of your car and heard that unmistakable “whirring” noise howl at you from a bad wheel bearing? Wheel bearings have been making this exact same noise for as long as they have existed. As they wear out, excess play develops in the bearing. This excess play, along with dastardly dust, dirt, and debris sneaking its way inside, will end up damaging the internal bearing surfaces. Once the wheel bearing surfaces are damaged, they have zero chance of survival. The wheel bearings condition will worsen, until it finally self destructs in spectacular fashion. Continue Reading...

Shop For Wheel Bearings

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