NAPA Advantage parts and kits are repair solutions with a distinct advantage over the original equipment option. By focusing on the needs of the professional installer and vehicle owner, NAPA Advantage parts are the clear choice for an ideal repair experience. We offer well over 1,000 different NAPA Advantages parts in our catalog today, with new solutions rolling our every month, but every one falls into one of the three categories:
NAPA Advantage parts meant to reduce known failure points in the factory designs, or increase serviceability for more convenient maintenance in the future.
NAPA Advantage parts meant to speed up the removal, repair, installation or setup process, reducing labor time and heling installers turn service bays faster.
NAPA Advantage parts meant to eliminate unnecessary costs normally associated with getting replacements from the original manufacturer, such as needing to buy an entire assembly just to fix a failed component.
00:00 — THE SMART, SAFE, SECURE-FIT AFTERMARKET SOLUTION
00:03 — CORROSION RESISTENT FINISH
00:08 — PRECISION NEEDLE BEARINGS FOR SMOOTHER OPERATION
00:12 — MADE TO MEET RIGOROUS FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS
00:18 — COMPETITOR SIMULATED CORRUGATION
00:20 — NAPA SOLUTIONS CORRUGATED DESIGN FOR DRIVER SAFETY
00:00 — NAPA SOLUTIONS PRE-PRESSED AXLES
00:03 — DESIGNED TO SAVE TIME
00:06 — MADE TO SIMPLIFY REPAIRING WORN AND CORRODED AXLE BEARINGS
00:13 — READY TO INSTALL
00:16 — NO PRESS OR SPECIALITY TOOLS REQUIRED
00:22 — INNOVATION YOU CAN’T GET FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER
00:00 — NAPA Solutions is proud to offer even more of its already popular bare knuckles line, now including loaded knuckles. [LOADED KNUCKLES: SUSPENSION & STEERING KNUCKLE KITS]
00:08 — Commonly, gen one bearings fail, especially in the rust belt region.
00:12 — Due to the rusted components, replacement of the bearing has become a timely and difficult process.
00:15 — Pressing out the original bearing is essential to all knuckle repairs.
00:23 — It’s a very precise task, which tends to be a timely and difficult process, potentially leading to damage of the original knuckle.
00:30 — This task causes an issue, because more equipment is needed to complete the repair, and the vehicle will spend time up on the lift.
00:38 — Either by collision, regular failure or potholes in the road, most vehicles with gen one bearings will need to be replaced within 75,000 to 150,000 miles.
00:49 — NAPA’s loaded knuckle line is the solution to this problem.
00:52 — This is a new bolt-on solution to help minimize the time a vehicle is on the lift, saving time and money for this repair.
00:58 — Our loaded knuckles include everything you need to complete the job.
01:03 — You can bolt on a new loaded knuckle with no issue.
01:06 — NAPA Solutions’ loaded knuckle offers a significantly greater value than current market providers, and includes all the components needed for each application, including brake shoes and hardware for rear applications.
01:19 — With coverage for popular applications, our pre-pressed bearing loaded knuckles save you the hassle of the painful endeavor and potential waste of time if the repair isn’t done properly.
01:29 — NAPA’s easy-installation, pre-pressed, loaded knuckles are available in today’s aftermarket.
01:35 — Contact your NAPA Solutions representative today! [Visit us at NAPAOnline.com.]
Extracting what’s left of a sheared-off bolt from inside a cylinder head is almost never an easy task. In fact, it often requires removing the head from the engine and tapping out the old bolt to finish most jobs. And when that sheared bolt happens to secure a critical piece of engine hardware, there’s simply no ignoring it.
When someone with a Ford F-150, Ford Expedition or Lincoln Navigator comes into the shop, complaining about a grinding sound from the four-wheel drive, there’s a common diagnosis: a bad vacuum activated front axle hub actuator. The internal diaphragm on these parts wears out from regular use, or cracks from lack of use, as well as poor internal lubrication. The grinding happens when the splined actuator doesn’t have the vacuum it needs to fully engage the axle shaft. Eventually the vacuum leak expands, preventing the system from working at all.
Variable valve timing(VVT) was a breakthrough technology when it first arrived. By continuously fine-tuning the timing of the intake or exhaust cams (or both), it became possible to achieve optimum performance while reducing fuel consumption and harmful emissions. To achieve these conflicting objectives, VVT systems use electric solenoids that vary the amount of oil flowing to hydraulic cam adjusters, also called phasers.
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