Oreillys vs autozone

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Ten4 Granny

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Jan 13, 2013
 
They were very nice to me, and put a new battery in my car, and checked the anti-freeze, of which I was low. For a senior, I found them very helpful! That's Auto Zone!
JOHN

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#22
Jan 13, 2013
 
Both worthless if you get the wrong employee.
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#23
Jan 13, 2013
 
Ive never had a problem with autozone and they have always tried to help me to the best of their knowledge, not everyone is as smart as all u kuntry redneck pieces of shart.....u guys r so smart and should open your own parts store and I guarantee u wouldnt last...probably a bunch of meth heads anyway..
John

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Jan 24, 2013
 
I have never really had a problem withe either store their prices are comparable and if one shop does not have something they usually try to find it and wont get offended if i say ill just run down to the other shop the only thing i have a gripe with is my autozone card i have spent like 2 grand there over the coarse of the past year or two and i still haven't gotten a nickel back yet probably something wrong with my card but it still does not prevent me from going there and spending more money. The guys at autozone know what im working on and are always friendly enough to ask how the project is going. The orileys guys seem more business oriented but there are a few guys there who can answer confusing technical questions some of the guys at autozone could not handle no offense to them but not many people know that a flexplate on a th350 chevy came with three different bolt hole configurations. Ill continue to shop at both places unless something better shows up
boobie watcher

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Jan 24, 2013
 
Auto Zone is on fire this morning...They plan to build next door, where Toad's used to be.

They think the fire started downstairs in Warren Dean's stored junk.
shorty

Saint James, MO

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Jan 26, 2013
 
I would choose O'Reilly's. All the parts at Autozone look burnt and smell like smoke.

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