PartGeek, the popular online retailer for automotive parts, has launched a new line of parts kit, which includes a range of parts to improve your vehicle’s performance and ease of maintenance.
The company, which has an established online presence and has been selling its products for more than a decade, said its new kit, called the “All-Access” series, is the first product from the company to come from the automotive and engineering industries.
PartGeek will offer the new kit for $299.99 for a complete set of parts, including a transmission mount, transmission bracket, axles, differential mount, rear bumper, hood, and rear fender.
The company said it will sell parts kits for both used and new vehicles.
Partgeek said it also plans to offer the “Roadster” series of kits, which include transmission mounts, axle bearings, axletrees, and brakes.
The new line is designed for use on new and used vehicles, which means they should work for every level of customer, said Mark Kloppers, chief marketing officer for PartGeeks.
Parteek said its “Roadsters” series will be available at some of its largest auto parts suppliers, including Jeep, Subaru, and Mazda.
The new “Roadmaster” series is available at several of those suppliers, he said.
Parteek has about 40 dealers worldwide, he added.
“We think it’s going to be a very successful product for Parteeks and the automotive industry,” Klopper said.
Partesign, which also makes high-performance vehicles, has been growing its customer base.
Its U.S. sales have grown about 60% in the past five years, according to the company’s latest financial report.
The auto parts maker’s U.K. business, which it started in 1998, grew by nearly 200% during that same period.
The “Road” series kit is the company “most popular” part to use, Klopps said.
It also is the only kit with all-new parts for the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the company said.
The kit includes transmission mounts for both the new Jeep Wrangler and the new 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokees.
It includes transmission brackets for both trucks and SUVs.
The kit includes a transmission bracket for both cars and trucks, with a torque converter for each.
Parts are also included for a new transmission mount for the 2015 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck.
Parts kits are also available for the Ford F-150 pickup truck, the Chevy Silverado pickup truck and the Nissan Titan pickup truck.
“There are a number of parts that are not covered in the kit,” Klimers said.
“Parteck will cover parts for all vehicles, including the 2014 Ram 1500 and all trucks.
We expect that all these parts will be covered in partgeek.com’s new kits.”
PartGeeks sells part kits for the following vehicles: Jeep Wranglers, Jeep Grand Wagons, Jeep Wraggs, Wranglings, Grand Wagones, Grand Cheroys, Grand Trucks, Grand Camels, Grand Amigos, Wrangler, and Cherokee.
It has also launched kits for Nissan, GMC, Toyota, Honda, Toyota Camry, Toyota Tacoma, and Subaru.
PartDeck, the car parts retailer for trucks, has about 4,000 dealers in the U. S. and Canada.
PartSeek, which sells parts kits, said it has about 7,000 customers worldwide.
PartTec, the global automotive parts manufacturer, said about 2,500 customers have signed up to its “All Access” series kits since it launched in 2014.
PartMec, which makes powertrain parts, said more than 3,000 people have signedup to its parts kits since its launch in 2013.
PartTec has more than 8,000 distributors worldwide.