Amazon auto parts

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Has anyone had a good or bad experience? I have ordered struts for a good price and are working good so far. I am nervous to order a hub assembly though, the reviews are pretty mixed there.
 

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Honestly, had no idea they did that. Will have to price it out from the local shops.
 

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just gotta pay attention to the brand names. its pretty much all the same parts you get anywhere else.
 

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Not sure if I used the same thing but I bought front and back pads and rotors for my Outback for less than 100 bucks and they were perfect.

Well they haven't fallen apart yet. Hahaha
 

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Agree it's essential to pay attention to brand names. You may also want to check rockauto.com. They have some pretty good prices, and a lot of brands have dealers who sell OEM parts deeply discounted over the interwebs.

I'm pretty finicky about my brakes, so I tend to stick with name brand rotors and pads from the cheapest places online.
 

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I wonder if Amazon has any way to weed out any counterfeit parts?
 

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