If you're into tinkering, maintaining or modifying your ride, then you need to head over to Ebay. Caregg Superspares is having a massive sale with car parts and accessories massively discounted. Everything from air intake through to ignition systems and winches and wiper blades are on sale with some items reduced by over 25%. Here are a few of the best deals we could spot.
You can find hundreds of deals at Caregg Superspares sale. Many of the items have free shipping and there's local support and pick-up available.
Bullbars with room for a winch are super handy if you're a camper or tradie. As well as the Mazda BT50 model , there are others for Holden, Isuzu, Toyota, Nissan and other popular models.
Many home mechanics save themselves a packet by replacing their own brake pads. With options for almost every make and model of car you can think of, you can save 20% on the cost of the parts through this sale.
Air, fuel and oil filters
Air filters, fuel filters and oil filters are common maintenance items and, in many cases, they're pretty easy to swap out yourself. Caregg has options for all sorts of vehicles ranging from locally produced to imported luxury cars.
There are few things more annoying when you're on the road than not being able to clear the grunge from your windscreen. A decent set of wiper blades will cost you less than a stop through the Macca's drive-through and make your driving experience far more pleasant. There are literally thousands of wiper blade options to choose from with almost every car make and model covered.
Gearbox and transmission parts
Having been stung in the past for an expensive clutch replacement, being able to save a few bucks is always on my radar.
Caregg has clutch kits for many makes and models. Just for comparison, the cost for an original new-generation Mini Cooper comes in at close to $3,000. The Caregg price for an after-market model is less than half that.
There are also driveshaft parts and a variety of other components.
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