Recycled Auto Parts in Parkes
Giving Used Parts A New Life
Looking for used auto parts at an affordable price? Look no further! At Scott’s 4WD Parts Plus. We source, supply and deliver a wide range of second-hand parts to homes and businesses throughout Parkes—from Basil Ave to Back Yamma Road.
Got a vehicle coming to the end of its life? We also provide a professional vehicle dismantling service. We pull apart and reuse parts from cars, 4WDs, utes and more. Best environmental practices are followed.
Ready to cash in? Contact our team on (02) 6882 1111.
Benefits Of Buying Used Car Parts
When you buy used car parts, you’re doing your part to help the environment. Every year, millions of tons of scrap metal end up in landfills. By recycling these parts, we’re keeping this metal out of our landfills and helping to preserve our natural resources.
In addition to helping the environment, buying used car parts can also save you a lot of money. New parts can be expensive, and if you’re working on a tight budget, used parts may be a better option for you.
Of course, not all used parts are created equal. You’ll want to make sure that you’re buying parts that are in good condition and will work properly in your vehicle. To ensure that you’re getting quality parts, it’s best to buy from a reputable source like Scott’s 4WD Parts Plus. We inspect and test our used components and provide a warranty for peace of mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Some of the most popular used car parts include engine components, transmissions, and differentials. These components often last long after the rest of the vehicle has begun to show its age, so they can be a great option for people looking to extend the life of their current ride. To buy these parts new can be expensive, but at Scott’s 4WD Parts Plus, we sell them for a fraction of the price.
A ‘genuine part’ is a component that was made by the same company that manufactured the vehicle. For example, if you own a Toyota, a genuine part would be one that was made by Toyota. These parts are often more expensive than aftermarket or generic parts, but they’re typically higher in quality and guaranteed to work as intended with your vehicle.
Dismantling a car is a big job, and it’s not something that we recommend for most people. If you’re planning on doing this work yourself, you’ll need to have a good understanding of how cars are put together and be very careful not to damage any of the parts. It’s much better to let a salvage yard or auto recycler do the work for you.