We have over 40 years of experience with CASE construction and utility equipment parts and product support field.
Our goal is to provide our customers with competitively priced repair parts for their construction, industrial, and utility heavy equipment. We are able to do this by becoming the conduit between the customer and our numerous sources.
Multiple US Warehouse locations
We have several warehouses located across the US. This enables us to ship your order from the closest warehouse location to its destination. The majority of orders are processed and shipped no later than the following business day after receipt of the order. Most ground transportation orders reach their destination in 2-3 business days.
Let us do the looking while you work.
We have contacts all over North America. We are members of the Independent Distributors Association, IDA., and have 24-hour access to Allied Information Systems, a network of dealers and independent distributors and their inventories.
Check our policy statement to know more about our commitment, policies & procedure
You may have heard other parts companies say "We have an OEM part in stock." This refers to a part that is made by the same manufacturer as the genuine part you would receive from your local CASE dealer. Believe it or not, CASE does not manufacture many of the parts they use to build its equipment. CASE uses outside independent companies to help them design the parts used in equipment. CASE then puts them in their own boxes with their logos to make you believe that you are buying a part that CASE made themselves.
This could not be further from the truth. How do these parts become available to companies like Equipment Parts Source, Inc. to be sold to the general public? After a certain time frame, the actual manufacturers of these parts are allowed to sell them to other wholesale distributors for resale.
This time however they come packaged in a box with the name of the actual manufacturer of the part. It's not an inferior part it's just put into a different package and usually sold up to 50 percent cheaper than the dealer originally sold it for and continues to sell. In most cases, the part will be identical with the exception of the packaging.
Aftermarket parts are produced by companies other than the original manufacturer but are made to fit and perform as well as the original.
As a car owner, deciding which part to buy is ultimately your choice. It is important to remember that buying a part from a carmaker or dealer does not necessarily mean getting a better quality part. The same part can be purchased at a fraction of the cost and still give you the same peace of mind.
Aftermarket parts are just the opposite of OEM parts. These parts are produced by companies other than the original manufacturer but are made to fit and perform as well as the original. Aftermarket companies buy the rights to reproduce these parts and supply them to the same wholesale distributors as the OEM parts.
These parts are generally produced with the same machinery and materials but because they were not designed in the same manner the part may have minor differences in appearance and feel. Some aftermarket companies, upon getting the right to produce a part, may indeed find a way to improve a part by redesigning it.
This results in a better part and quite possibly a less expensive one. There are a variety of high-quality aftermarket parts that can be purchased and live up to all the expectations of the original at a much lower price.