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Your Gas City, Indiana O"Reilly Auto Parts store #5380 is located at 718 East Main Street, west of 10th Street, next to Pizza Hut. We carry the parts, tools, and accessories you need, as well as offering Store Services like free battery testing, wiper blade & bulb installation, fluid recycling, and Check Engine light testing. We are also one of many O"Reilly jamesmerse.com that resurface brake rotors and drums. If your repairs require a special tool, check out our free tool rental program (refundable deposit required). Drop by the store today with any questions and a Parts Professional will be more than happy to help you. Whether you need a new battery, radiator hose, or headlight bulbs, O"Reilly store #5380 will help you find the right parts for your vehicle. With over 5,000 O"Reilly Auto Parts stores across the US, there"s always an O"Reilly Auto Parts near you. Your local O"Reilly Auto Parts is committed to helping you get the job done right and saving money in the process. Our current ad includes all our latest deals, and you can find more ways to save on parts, tools, and supplies by checking out our coupons & promotions, rebates, and loyalty rewards. O"Reilly Auto Parts: Better Parts, Better Prices, Every Day!
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