Marine, RV, Powersport Parts & Accessories
Marine Parts & Accessories From Bow To Stern
Changing the battery, oil or filters in your boat's motor can get complicated, but NAPA AUTO PARTS has all the parts, tools and accessories to keep your craft on the water and running safely. We also offer a competitive array of accessories like boat covers, boat bumpers, bunk carpeting and fishing rod holders that will guarantee a good boating day for work or play.
Safely operating a vehicle in a wet environment creates some unique challenges. Boating laws require a craft to have and maintain navigation lights, masthead lights, side lights and stern lights. When it comes to towing your boat behind your Toyota Tundra, LED trailer lights, wiring harnesses and boat trailer hardware kits are a must.
Just like driving an everyday vehicle, like a Toyota Corolla, you'll need the NAPA Know How to operate and steer a boat. The parts of a boat are:
- Bow - the front of the boat
- Port - the left side of the boat
- Stern - the back of the boat
- Hull - the bottom/body of the boat
If the boat has an outboard motor, it will be affixed to the rear of the boat on the crosspiece of the stern, called the transom. Outboard motors will need reliable steering system kits, tilt motors and tilt motor pump reservoirs, not to mention robust propellers. "Trim" refers to the angle of the boat in the water. A trim switch on the throttle will engage jack plates that will move the motor accordingly. When it's time to drop the anchor, the "tilt" button is engaged to lift the motor entirely out of the water for stowing.
When a boat is stationary, either at anchor or docked, it's crucial to have reliable fasteners and hardware that can hold up to wet conditions. Starting with a strong anchor, the anchor system including anchor shackles and anchor control should all be inspected regularly and kept clean and dry when not in use to avoid corrosion.
Home Away From Home
Whether it's a campervan, motorhome, popup camper or even a flatbed trailer you pull behind the family Chevy Suburban, the great outdoors is even greater when you take your home with you! Before the adventure begins, it's good to know what to expect from each kind of Recreational Vehicle (RV).
A motorhome is the largest option, and features three classes:
- Class A: The largest models available, also known as motorcoaches, they use a bus chassis, and feature spacious, luxurious living spaces for a large family.
- Class B: Campervans are ideal for narrow roads as they are easier to drive, with a smaller chassis and functional interior.
- Class C: Often the best option for larger families, but at a better price point than the Class A, this class offers a raised sleeping area above the cab that can double as storage.
NAPA AUTO PARTS has a wide range of parts for RV engines, transmissions, suspensions and more, as well as accessories like awning equipment, vent covers and batteries. The highlight of traveling in an RV is the convenience of a restroom, but it can also present the biggest challenges. We supply RV plumbing and sanitation parts like sewer hoses, sewer caps and toilet paper.
Roads Are Optional
All-terrain vehicles, also known as quads, are a four-wheeled ticket to weekend adventure. These compact off-roading machines can also work as hard as they play, allowing rangers, farmers and rescue personnel to go where larger vehicles can't. NAPA AUTO PARTS carries all the components trail riders need for their 4-wheelers whether you ride a Yamaha Kodiak 450, Polaris Scrambler 500, Kawasaki Prairie 700, or a Honda Rubicon 500.
ATVs see a lot of use in tough environments, so routine engine, transmission and drivetrain maintenance is crucial. The CV boots are especially susceptible to tearing, and the AWD system gear oil should be routinely changed. While most quad models are shaft-driven, older models can feature a chain that rotates the rear axle, and this chain should stay well-lubricated and tightened properly.
Small Engines In The Lawn & Garden
NAPA AUTO PARTS also carries equipment for smaller machines like lawnmower, weed trimmer and chain saw parts. Besides new blades, mowers will need replacement mower deck spindles, belts, batteries, spark plugs, trimmer heads, bag frames and tires. For rebuilds, check out our selection of mower shear pins, chain sprockets, belts, hoses and throttle cables.
Gas-powered edgers and trimmers keep the borders of your lawn looking clean and sharp. These lightweight tools feature 2- or 4- cylinder engines that drive a sickle-shaped blade or spool of coated wire at the end of a long pole. Larger edgers and trimmers are walk-behind models with wheels and an upright frame with handles like a lawnmower.
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