So here is the thing with OEM tracks…
RARELY are they worth it!
Waiit.. Did he just say that?
Yea, but you’re right,
I haven’t told you the whole story yet.
You see, when you are in an emergency situation, sometimes buying from a local dealer can make sense.
That is if, and that’s a BIG IF, the conditions are absolutely perfect.
I mean, if they don’t have the tracks in stock, AND you’re going to have to drive 15 – 50 miles to get to the closest dealer, AND wait 3 – 5 days just for them to get them in stock!
if you are going to buy directly from the manufacturer (if you can, some don’t even allow you to), then you definitely shouldn’t make a purchase yet… Not until you read the last few paragraphs of this page that is!!
What exactly are OEM tracks?
OEM is an acronym for Original Equipment Manufacturer.
When you are buying OEM tracks, you can only get them directly from the manufacturer, or, from one of their few certified dealers.
See, we are already talking opportunity for us
Since OEM tracks are an average of $1,150 more than ours, there is a natural leg up for us.
But, once you consider that you might have to drive 30 – 50 miles to get to your local dealer, and even then they might not be in stock until 2 – 3 days later…
Then it’s a no-brainer really..
You can save $1,000+ and get your tracks,AND get them delivered to your door, without you having to so much as lift an extra finger!
Not only that, but we also can get your tracks to you just as fast as a dealer!
You should read more about our tracks.. Then you will get a better idea of what we have going on around here.