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585 W 3300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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These guys have come light years ahead from where they used to be. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, the lot is clean and well organized, their prices are far more competitive than they used to be, and the warranty that comes with their parts is hard to beat. By far the best yard in the Salt Lake area.
05/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
first off, they charge you a dollar to get in, me and my brother inlaw went to get a carrier out of a ford 9 inch, got the part and found a rad for him.
we go to check out and she tell me $73.88!
thats nut's! so she get's some other stupid woman and say's $56.00 again nut's!
so they say will you do 29.50? i say fine (still a huge rip off) and she rings me up and say's 37.50
that 8 dollars in tax!!!!!!!!!
so i tell them to shove it!
so my brother in law rings up his radiator she say's 72.00!!!
we walked out of there in shock, and as we left we hurd the mexican behind us blowing a fit as well!
everything they had there was all mixed up, oil everywhere, the place was a wreck! no one go there!
02/23/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been going to 3 SLC UT and 4 Portland OR, Vancouver WA area pull yards for over 10 years and Pick and Pull isn't the best, but is it not the worst either. They are very well organized and their prices have come down to match the competition. They used to be overpriced. Their scam used to be that they would charge a warranty price and not tell you that you had paid it. They now give a free warranty and their prices aren't too bad. At least their lot is clean and organized, much better than the lot on 7200 W off of 201. Personally, I always visit Tear-a-part on Redwood first since they have the highest turn over rate, the cleanest and best organized lot, and they are as close to environmentally friendly as anywhere I have ever been.
10/04/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I would not recommend this junk yard. I ended up spending as much for used parts as I could have purchased them new. When I asked the person ringing up the parts how they set their prices she informed me they take the retail price and discount that price by five dollars. This logic is flawed because they started out at $40 retail for a part I was purchasing and I priced this part at $33 new. Plus that doesn't take into account the fact that I had wander around looking for the car in their disorganized lot. It also doesn't take into account that the part is 14 years old. You shouldnt sell used parts at new prices. They should sell used parts for at least a third of the new price.
Had to call 2 different 800 numbers to get a quote. After giving them all the infomation, vin#, title #, they were going to call back in 48 hrs. to arrange to pick up the car, and cut me a check. After 4 days and no call I called again looking for the tow truck. They had no records of the previous quote! They re-quoted me at 1/2 the original quote. "Well sir, the quotes only good for 24 hrs." "Well that's great when it takes 48 hrs to get a call back."
I can understand (and expected) the the market to "go down" in the interium., but by 50%?
Classic bait and switch. I'm glad I found out before they towed it. I can't imagine what they would have done once it was secured in their yard. Maybe cut the offer by 75%?