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What is O'Reilly Auto Parts?

O'Reilly Auto Parts is a specialty retailer of automotive aftermarket parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories. Founded in 1957, the company has grown to become one of the largest retailers in the United States with over 5,400 store locations in 47 states. O'Reilly Auto Parts is committed to providing quality products and exceptional customer service to both do-it-yourself customers and professional service providers.

  1. Automotive parts: O'Reilly Auto Parts offers a wide selection of automotive parts for most makes and models of cars and trucks including brake pads, filters, belts, hoses, and batteries.
  2. Tools and equipment: The company also sells tools and equipment for auto repair and maintenance such as air compressors, jacks, lifts, and diagnostic equipment.
  3. Accessories: O'Reilly Auto Parts carries a range of accessories including car stereos, speakers, and GPS systems, as well as exterior accessories like running boards and tonneau covers.
  4. Chemicals and fluids: Customers can find a variety of chemicals and fluids like motor oil, transmission fluid, and brake fluid at O'Reilly Auto Parts.
  5. Performance parts: For those looking to upgrade their vehicle's performance, the company offers performance parts such as air filters, exhaust systems, and suspension kits.

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