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Receive 30% Off Your Online Purchase. Use promotional code PEP30 at checkout to receive discount. Not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions. Not valid on gift cards, special orders, installed merchandise, commercial or fleet purchases. Excludes the following categories: Tires, Wheels, Batteries, Powerstop Brake Kits, Oil, Antifreeze, Refrigerant, Truck Boxes, Vent Visors, Bug Shields and BRANDS: Razor, Traxxas, Superchips, Hypertech, Edge, Bully Dog, Diablo, Edelbrock, Holley, NOS, Proform, Specialty Auto, Thule, Autometer, Accel, K&N, Kenwood, Pioneer, Sony, JVC, MSD and BBK Performance. Valid online until 2:59 am EST on 12/5/16. Online orders scheduled for in-store pick up must be completed by closing on 12/4/16 for discount to apply.

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For some people, the garage is a playground. For them, there’s no better place to be than under the hood of a car, fixing and tuning the machine that we’re so dependent upon. You may not always understand what tools the DIYer in your life needs, but that’s okay, we can point you in the right direction. Here are a few of the essentials you should consider when shopping for your DIYer this holiday season:
Dirty hands aren’t the problem. What your DIYer needs is to protect their hands against hot and jagged parts while they work. Get them a pair of padded performance gloves so that they can keep on doing what they love.
Get your DIYer everything they need to perform quick and easy oil changes. Oil pans are great for keeping their work area clean clean, and we offer an extensive selection of conventional and premium motor oils to help extend the life of their vehicle.
Whether your DIYer has an SUV, truck, off-roader or sedan, we have the car jack they need to get their car off the ground in order to work on those tough-to-reach spots underneath the car.
Sure, tool boxes are great for small, hand-held tools like screwdrivers and hammers, but for bulkier tools, like car jacks, air compressors and buffers, they simply aren’t enough. A mobile K Tool International tool chest can do wonders when it comes to storing their larger essential tools.
DIYers are sticklers for making sure that their cars are running perfectly. Lube works to prevent joints, shocks and other parts from rusting, helps them last longer and keeps their car running like new.
This is one of the most overlooked DIY items, until they need to get deep under the hood of their car. Even in the most well-lit of garages, there are certain spots that just don’t catch enough light, which is when a worklight or hands-free flashlight comes in handy.
Whether your DIYer is a novice mechanic or an experienced veteran, a socket set is sure to be a staple of his or her tool box, as they are used for the most common car fixes. Sockets come in different sizes and materials, so play it safe and purchase them as a complete set.
As is the case with sockets, wrenches and screwdrivers come in different sizes to account for different sizes of nuts, bolts and sockets. There are a couple of different ways you can go here – either purchase an adjustable wrench or purchase them as a set. Adjustable wrenches are nifty, but obviously more prone to wear and tear. Screwdrivers usually come in sets with multiple heads, again for different sizes of screws.


Whether your DIYer is a novice mechanic or an experienced veteran, a socket set is sure to be a staple of his or her tool box, as they are used for the most common car fixes. Sockets come in different sizes and materials, so play it safe and purchase them as a complete set.
As is the case with sockets, wrenches and screwdrivers come in different sizes to account for different sizes of nuts, bolts and sockets. There are a couple of different ways you can go here – either purchase an adjustable wrench or purchase them as a set. Adjustable wrenches are nifty, but obviously more prone to wear and tear. Screwdrivers usually come in sets with multiple heads, again for different sizes of screws.