|Eagle Auto Body Parts offers only the highest quality replacement parts available. All parts are engineered to meet or exceed Original Equipment specifications. Many of the parts we offer are certified to meet or exceed OE specs by CAPA, the only industry recognized organization to certify aftermarket parts. Additionaly, virtually all of our factories are ISO9002 certified; which is the top world wide certification for quality control.
All body parts come with an industry standard 1-year Limited Warranty against defects in workmanship and materials. Please see our complete warranty for full information.
You can buy with confidence from us, knowing that you have the best quality aftermarket replacement parts with the best warranty protection and a low price guarantee.
Low Price Guarantee
We strive to make sure that our prices are low. If you find something we've missed, we'd like to know about it, and beat that price by 10%. If another supplier gives you the same Warranty, Fit, Delivery, and OEM Manufacturer, we'll be happy to beat that price.
It's easy: just email us with the name of the company, the part number, the OEM manufacturer, delivery method, and the lower retail price. If you've purchased the part from us within 30 days, we'll refund the difference plus 10%. If you haven't yet purchased the part, we will contact you within one business day (M-Sat 7am - 5pm CST) and will lower our price by the difference plus 10%.
Limited Guarantee - 1 year from date of purchase
Eagle Auto Body Parts warranties only their proprietary parts to be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase to the original purchaser. During this one year period Eagle Auto Body Parts will repair or replace at it's option any Eagle Auto Body Parts proprietary product returned prepaid by the original purchaser when it has been determined by Eagle Auto Body Parts, at it's sole discretion, that the product has failed due to defective materials or workmanship.
This warranty does not cover failure due to improper installation or maintenance, misuse, abuse, unauthorized repairs, modification or alteration, freight charges, costs or removal or replacement, losses due to downtime of the vehicle, normal wear and tear, any subsequent or consequential damages.
Implied Warranty: This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties and/or representations, express or implied, including, without limitations, warranties of merchantability and fitness for purpose and all other liabilities, including special or consequential damages,in connection with the sale or use of any Eagle Auto Body Parts product. Any warranties implied by law are limited in duration to the duration of this warranty except in those states where prohibited by law
What does the automotive industry say about aftermarket parts?
Car owners in need of collision repairs do not have to settle for low quality replacement parts. There are high quality, tested and certified "aftermarket" parts available (i.e. Eagle Auto Body Parts). Certified Automotive Parts Association (CAPA) is a non-profit organization established in 1987 to develop and oversee a testing and inspection program for certifying the quality of parts used for collision repairs. CAPA was founded to promote price and quality competition in the collision parts industry, thereby reducing the cost of crash repairs to consumers without sacrificing quality. Manufacturers and distributors of competitive replacement parts are so confident in the quality of their parts many are now offering limited lifetime warranties. Most reputable distributors, body shops and insurance companies recognize that the competitive nature of the industry mandates a concerted effort focused on quickly and cost effectively refurbishing the consumerís car to pre-accident condition. These companies have absolutely nothing to gain from using sub-standard parts.
Healthy competition in any business ultimately benefits the consumer; in this instance the car owner. The average Ford or General Motors car selling for $14,000 would cost over $40,000 if purchased piece-by-piece using Original Equipment (OE) parts. In 1992, an OE fender for a Toyota Camry cost $253. By 1996 that same fender had dropped to $143.88 primarily because the aftermarket fender was selling for around $60.00. (There is a reason that Henry Ford once said something to the effect that he would give new cars away if he could be assured of having all of the replacement parts business.) Overall, auto owners have seen collision parts prices reduced by as much as 40% since competitively priced aftermarket parts have become readily available.
Based on guidelines set by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has conducted numerous crash tests comparing aftermarket and OE parts. These tests have shown conclusively that there are no discernable differences in safety performance. In fact, during one such test in 1997, while representatives from body shops, insurance companies, and members of the media looked on, experts determined that aftermarket parts performed as well or better than OE parts.
The use of aftermarket collision parts does not affect the trade-in or market value of a vehicle any more than replacing an original battery with a Die-Hard from Sears. The goal in all post-collision repairs is to return the automobile to pre-accident condition and this can be achieved with OEM, aftermarket, salvage and reconditioned parts.
Eagle Auto Body Parts offers high quality, tested and certified "aftermarket" parts!