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Arch Auto Parts Opens New Store In Queens, New York

Arch Auto Parts’ new Richmond Hill store is conveniently located in one of the most dense car populations in the United States. Roughly 28,000 cars travel daily in front of this new Arch Auto Parts store situated about half a mile west of the Van Wyck Expressway in Queens.

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Arch Auto - FeaturedArch Auto Parts, with locations in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, New York, has announced the grand opening of its 10th retail store at 113-19 Atlantic Ave. in Richmond Hill, Queens, New York. Locally owned and operated, Arch Auto Parts stocks more than 50,000 original equipment (OE) and OE-equivalent parts.

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Arch carries national brands including Akebono, Bosch, Gates, Denso, Raybestos, Advics, Gabriel, MPA, Standard, Exide, TRW, Timken and NGK parts. Retail customers also will find many hard-to-find parts typically sold only at dealers, at discounts of 50 to 80 percent off dealer prices, the company says.

“At Arch, we believe every customer deserves high-quality parts – without paying high-end prices,” said Chris Bodh, CEO, Arch Auto Parts. “And it shouldn’t be complicated to get the parts that will work best for your car or truck. Our countermen are well-trained professionals who understand parts, and help customers get the right fit for their vehicles − fast.”

Arch Auto Parts’ new Richmond Hill store is conveniently located in one of the most dense car populations in the United States. Roughly 28,000 cars travel daily in front of this new Arch Auto Parts store situated about half a mile west of the Van Wyck Expressway in Queens.

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