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Goodbye Rockauto :(

Discussion in 'PT Cruiser' started by mr2tim, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. mr2tim

    mr2tim Member

    Gentleman, you may have missed the point. Every single part in the timing belt order had a $tag of it's own, for a "total" of $50. RA sent their parts in >(1) one< lite-weight box for $50.
    Mr Valiant?, if a retired gent on social security wants to save money, is it really greed, really now??? I'm not running a markup business here, as you imply. This is my wife's car.
    Granted, RA can do good on single items and yea, shipping companies are worth a $study.
    Yur right Dave, I will "be careful" when I buy from RA, after I chill down some. :cool:
  2. 1999 White C5 Coupe

    1999 White C5 Coupe Member


    I'm a little confused after reading your original post and all subsequent posts.

    If you did not agree with the $50 shipping charge - why did you place the order and pay for it?
    Bob Lincoln likes this.
  3. Meester Beeg

    Meester Beeg Member

    I ordered brake drums, shoes and hardware for the Dakota and shipping was quite reasonable. IIRC it was around $15.
  4. MPE426HEMI

    MPE426HEMI Active Member

    It really depends on what you are buying (size/weight) and shipping method chosen. (And of course, where you are on the planet). I've found that some items, even with shipping, are still cheaper than buying it local. Other items are however crazy with shipping charges. So, you have to check the total in the shopping cart before committing. RA has some great brand named parts and better quality parts then I've been able to find locally. Some at really great pricing too.