1-800-Radiator Air Conditioning Parts

1-800-Radiator Announces the Addition of Air Conditioning Parts to its Product Line

1-800-Radiator recently announced it is adding air conditioning parts to its product line. The company will offer its customers the option to buy air conditioning components bundled into a 1-800-Radiator Do It Right the First Time Kit ....

1-800-Radiator, an auto-parts distribution franchise and the largest distributor of auto radiators in the $1.5 billion radiator market nationwide, recently announced it is adding air conditioning parts to its product line.

The company will offer its customers the option to buy air conditioning components bundled into a 1-800-Radiator Do It Right the First Time Kit. Putting the components in one kit better ensures that the customer will receive the correct parts, with the best quality, at the most competitive price. The kits are constructed using the most up-to-date automotive data and research. Customers also have the option to buy air conditioning components individually.

1-800-Radiator currently sells radiators, condensers, fan assemblies, gas tanks, heating cores and other new automotive parts.

“The addition of air conditioning parts further strengthens 1-800-Radiator’s reputation as a leading provider of automotive cooling parts, and provides our franchisees with additional growth opportunity within their protected territories” said Mike Rippey, CEO of 1-800-Radiator.

In almost all cases, 1-800-Radiator provides delivery of all parts within a few hours to customers at their businesses or homes.

For more information, go to: www.1800radiator.com.

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