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It's every driver's worst nightmare, you're moving along perfectly fine when a bad song comes on the radio. You take your eyes off the road for only a second to change the station and when you glance back at the road there's nothing but brake lights ahead. You try to react in time, but it's too late. You crash into the person in front of you. You're going to need a new Bumper, Fenders and probably a Hood. You have a high deductible so it's not worth sending to your insurance. You need to fix your car on your own. Where are you going to get all of these Auto Body Parts at a low enough price to make it worth it? AutoPartsWarehouse.com is the answer. We have all the parts you need to remedy that fender bender you just go in to. Our list of Auto Body Parts goes on and on, Fenders, Bumpers, Mirrors, Hoods, Doors and Grilles just to name a few. All which qualify for free shipping once your order is over $50.00. So don't sweat that accident you just got into, knowing that you can order all the Auto body Parts you need to repair it from one place with the piece of mind of knowing they will get to you fast and right from the leader in all online auto parts. Slap on some primer and borrow your neighbor's paint sprayer and you can probably avoid the Auto Body Shop altogether!

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Date Published: July 30,2014

A Quick Guide to Buying Auto Body Parts

Any problem, when not addressed accordingly, can get blown out of proportion and cause you even more predicaments. So whether the problem is in your carís interiors or exteriors, the best solution would be to address it immediately. With almost 2,000 individual parts in your vehicle, there will come a time when one of them will need replacement. And when this happens, you need to be prepared to purchase new auto body parts that will take the place of the old, busted components. Hereís a quick guide on some of the things that you need to consider whenever you buy new auto body parts for your vehicle repairs.

Material

The components that make up your ride are typically offered in different kinds of materials. For instance, bumpers are either made out of steel or aluminum. The choice will always be up to you, so make sure you know these materials well.

  • Stainless steel
  • Steel is one of the most common materials used to create auto body parts like bumpers, roof racks, winch plates, etc. Itís known for its durability and ability to withstand high temperatures as well as rust.

  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum is commonly used to create throttle body spacers, caliper covers, etc. Like steel, itís valued for its ability to deter corrosion. But aside from that, itís also lightweight, which is always important if aerodynamics is an issue.

  • Plastic
  • Plastic is commonly used to make body kits and many other components. It comes in different forms that are usually easy to mold such as urethane, polyurethane, thermoplastic, etc. Aside from being lightweight, plastic is also favored for its cheaper cost.

  • Rubber
  • Rubber is commonly used to create components like seals and body mount kits. Aside from its elasticity, rubber is also valued for its sealing capabilities.

Location

When buying a replacement component, make sure you take note of its location and positionówhether itís in the front or rear, driverís or passengerís side, etc. This ensures you get the right component for your repairs.

Fit

If you want seamless fit, always go for direct fit components that are especially made for your vehicle make and model.

Color/Finish

Aftermarket auto body parts will come in different colors and finishes that can confuse you while you shop. However, if you want something that will blend right in with the rest of your ride, always choose neutral colors like black or gray.

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Date Published: July 30,2014

Car Maintenance 101: How to Keep your Auto Body Parts in Tiptop Shape

Since they make up the vehicleís exterior, your rideís auto body parts are among the most susceptible to scratches, stone chips, rust, and other forms of damage. So it is but right to give them the kind of maintenance and protection they deserve.

Here are some tips on how to keep your vehicleís auto body panels in good shape:

Wash your ride regularly.

Regular car wash can rid the vehicle of bird droppings, bugs, road salts, and other elements that may damage the paint or cause rust spots if not removed in time. Also, spraying the auto body parts with some kind of protectant can help preserve the vehicleís finish.

Wax the vehicle at least once a year.

Besides giving your ride a shiny finish, the car wax also protects the paint and conceals those small mirror scratches and stone chips, therefore putting off corrosion. A car wax thatís of good quality can stay on your rideís auto body parts for a couple of months. Thatís why itís okay to apply it just once or twice a year.

Rust-proof your ride.

This is particularly important if you live near the coast or in areas where road salt is used during winter months. Proper rust-proofing will protect the vehicleís metal body panels from corrosion.

Repair minor scuffs and stone chips.

The easiest way to do this is to use touch-up paint that matches your rideís base paint. To get the right paint, you need to take note of your rideís ďC/TRĒ, which can be found on the label in the driver-side door jamb. Get a touch-up paint with the exact color code as the one written on the door jamb.

You can also use spray paint. But, instead of spraying paint on the affected area, you just have to pick a small amount using a sharp, wooden stick and carefully fill up the damaged area.

Remove minor scratches.

If the scratch isnít so deep, you can easily fix it using a fine polishing compound and a foam applicator. Make sure the affected auto body part is clean and dry. Spray some water into the affected area and buff in circular motion. Once the scratch looks less visible, wash the area and buff it using regular wax.