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RockAuto.com has added a wide variety of part kits to our catalog!

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Some of the part kits available through RockAuto.com include:

*KYB Shock Absorber & Mount Kits and Strut & Mount Kits in the “Suspension” category
*Power Stop Rotor & Brake Pad Kits in the “Brake/Wheel Hub” category
*Four Seasons A/C Compressor & Component Kits in the “Heat & Air Conditioning” category
*Bundle (Standard Motor Products) Tune-Up Kits in the “Ignition” category

There are many advantages of buying a kit rather than individual parts:

*Kits conveniently include all of the components you need allowing you to order what you need with a single click
*Kit components are designed to work together to meet or exceed OE performance
*Kits include all of the parts that are needed to perform a more complete service, ensuring greater success now and preventing problems in the future that could have been avoided

Check RockAuto.com to see if there is a kit available to complete your next project!

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True. I was also burned on a clutch job today. Ordered a Luk brand clutch kit for an 85 brat and didn't find out until the brat was on the hoist without its trans that they sent some other unit that is too small. Was also burned on an axle for my '84 DL.

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True. I was also burned on a clutch job today. Ordered a Luk brand clutch kit for an 85 brat and didn't find out until the brat was on the hoist without its trans that they sent some other unit that is too small. Was also burned on an axle for my '84 DL.

My pressure plate was too small as well...and joy of joys, the only other parts they have listed; are out of stock! Woohoo!

So im swearing off Rockauto. If i can source it locally, thats what ill do.

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I have ordered many items from RA, never once have I received the wrong part.

Got to be sure what you are ordering. as most parts houses usually get mixed up between the EA81 and EA82.

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