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Current Scrap Prices

Updated on 04.01.20.
Prices subject to change. We will pay better prices for large amounts of scrap.
Aluminium Wheels
Chrome: .13¢/lbClean: .16¢/lbDirty: .14¢/lbSemi: .19¢/lb
Bare Copper
#1: $1.24/lb#2: $1.20/lb
Cast Aluminium
Clean: .07¢/lbDirty: .02¢/lb
Complete Vehicles
All: $40.00/ton
Copper/Brass Radiators
Clean: .61¢/lbDirty: .45¢/lb
Extruded Aluminium
95%: .14¢/lb
Insulated Copper Wire
40-45% Harness: .08¢/lb50-55% Comm: .10¢/lb60-65% Romex: .28¢/lb75-85% THHN: .40¢/lb85-90% MCM: .74¢/lbXmas Lights: .01¢/lb
Prepared Iron
All: $20.00/ton
Rainbirds
Clean: .33¢/lb
Sheet Aluminium
Clean: .07¢/lbDirty: .02¢/lb
Stripped Vehicles
All: $25.00/ton
Tin/Appliances
All: $5.00/ton
Unprepared Iron
All: $10.00/ton
Yellow Brass
Clean: .56¢/lb

Copper Wire, Assorted Guages

In Stock$1-$2/lb

Ford Pickup Box

In Stock$2500

8064D: 2011 Ford Fusion, 2.5

New Arrival - Parts Available

Trailer Landing Gear

In Stock$500/ea

Ford Pickup Box

In Stock$1500

8169D: 2004 Chrysler Crossfire, 3.2

New Arrival - Parts Available

Trailer Wheels, 14"

In Stock$30

8348D: 2015 Ford Edge, 2.0, AT

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Trailer Wheels, 14"

In Stock$30

8571D: 2014 Ford Focus, 2.0

New Arrival - Parts Available

Trailer Wheels, 16"

In Stock$50

8578D: 2013 Ford Fusion, 1.6

New Arrival - Parts Available

8638D: 2015 GMC Sierra 2500, 6.0, 4X4 AT

New Arrival - Parts Available

8749D: 2015 Ford F250SD, 6.7, 4X4 AT

New Arrival - Parts Available

Copper Wire, Assorted Guages

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We sell assorted lengths and guages of insulated copper wiring to meet all of your electrical needs.

$1-$2/lb

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Ford Pickup Box

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Used Ford F250SD Pickup Box

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Conditions: NTO,WHITE,COMPLETE

Price: $2500.00

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8064D: 2011 Ford Fusion, 2.5

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Trailer Landing Gear

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Used Trailer Landing Gear

Max static capacity: 80 tons per landing set

Lifting Car capacity: 25 tons per set

$500/ea

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Ford Pickup Box

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Used Ford F250SD Pickup Box

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Conditions: UTO,WHT/TAN, FACT. 5TH,SPRAY LINER

Price: $1500.00

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8169D: 2004 Chrysler Crossfire, 3.2

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Trailer Wheels, 14"

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New 14 inch, 5 lug, Black and Chrome trailer wheels

Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.5"

Max Load: 1820lbs

$30

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8348D: 2015 Ford Edge, 2.0, AT

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Trailer Wheels, 14"

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New 14 inch, 5 lug, Silver and Chrome trailer wheels

Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.5"

Max Load: 2040lbs

$30

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8571D: 2014 Ford Focus, 2.0

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Trailer Wheels, 16"

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New 16 inch, 8 lug, Silver trailer wheels.

Max Load: 3960lbs

$50

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8578D: 2013 Ford Fusion, 1.6

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8638D: 2015 GMC Sierra 2500, 6.0, 4X4 AT

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8749D: 2015 Ford F250SD, 6.7, 4X4 AT

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Used auto parts in our inventory

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Application Dropdown Notes

The Application field can ask for many different types of information and can use terminology that may not be self-explanatory. The tables below explain the common types of information requested and where to find that info as well as definitions for more obscure terms.


Info Description
Short IDs (e.g. GU6) GM vehicles put these IDs most commonly on a sticker in the glovebox, but they could also be in the trunk under the spare tire cover or in the passenger door jam. Other Makes may refer to small IDs like this as well. The codes for other vehicles are generally in the trunk area.
Long IDs (e.g. 15776279) Most often this number can be found on the part.
*If no parts are being found when searching for an ID like this - it may indicate that we have not checked the ID of our part instead of us not having the part. In this case, search for all fields except for Application. It is likely that one of the new results will fit.
VIN Number Digit The VIN number can be found in multiple places - usually on a sticker in the drivers door jam, the glovebox, or under the hood.
Gear Ratio (e.g. 3.55) GM ratios can be determined by looking at the code from the options sticker (found in the glovebox, under the spare tire cover or in the passenger door jam). Ford ratios can be looked up based on the "Axle" code from the sticker in the driver's door jam (See last section of help to lookup the ratio from that code). For other vehicles and generally, the gear ratio can be calculated by dividing the number of teeth on the larger gear in the axle/carrier assembly with the amount of teeth on the smaller gear connected to the larger one.
Market (US, Canada, etc) This refers to which country the vehicle was sold in. Generally US market is the correct choice. This is not to be confused with the country of manufacture.
Country Manufactured This can be found on the sticker in the driver's door jam.
Emissions Standard Some vehicles are made to federal emissions standards, others to California's. Generally in Oregon, Federal is the correct choice.
Vehicle Edition (DX, LS, XLT, Eddie Bauer, etc) This can be found either on the trunk/tailgate/liftgate or the front fender/door area.
Wheelbase (WB) This can be found either on a sticker in the driver's door jam (Ford), on a sticker under the hood (some Chrysler/Dodge), or on a sticker in the glovebox (some GM).
Measurements are not Standard Some applications require measurements in inches (radiators, rotors, wheels, etc), others in millimeters (stabilizer bars, crossmembers, stub axles, etc).
Wheels Wheels are measured by the height of the rim and the spacing between the center of the topmost and bottommost bolt holes. An example is 15x5-1/2. This would mean a wheel that has a diameter (height) of 15 inches and the distance between the center of the top and bottom bolt holes is 5.5 inches. In some cases, wheel measurement can also look like 15x5x5-1/2 - where the new middle 5 would represent the amount of bolt holes that exist (in this example, 5 holes).
Manufacture Dates (e.g. from 10/02 or thru 11/03) The date (Month and Year) of manufacture can be found on the sticker in the drivers door jam. In some cases for Fords, the Application may request a day (instead of just the month and year). For the most part, this can be guessed by the date requested. As an example, if the manufacture date on the vehicle says 10/13, and the Application field is asking from 10/3/13 or thru 10/3/13, then we can safely guess it would be thru because more days of the month apply to the manufacture date in this instance. If it cannot be guessed, the only option to call the dealership and run the vin with them to see if the actual day of manufacture can be determined.
with/without ABS (Anti-Lock Brakes) Vehicles can have two or four wheel ABS. Front wheel ABS can be determined by looking between the front wheel and the fender liner on either side. There will be an electrical wire going from the fender liner to the spindle/caliper on the wheel. Don't confuse this with the black rubber hose that transfers brake fluid. Rear wheel ABS can either be the same as the front wheel or have a single electrical wire going to the top middle of the rear axle/carrier.TODO: IMAGE SHOWING ABS

Term Definition
DOHC, OHV, SOHC Dual Over-Head Cam, Over-Head Valve and Single Over-Head Cam. OHV is the classic engine design with the camshaft at the base of the engine. The camshaft moves pushrods that move lifters at the top of the engine. IN DOHC/SOHC the camshaft is at the top of the engine, which eliminates the need for pushrods and lifters. D is Dual and S is Single. Generally, it is marked on the top of the motor when it is a DOHC or SOHC engine. Otherwise, you can assume OHV
Chassis Cab A Chassis Cab is a pickup sold without a bed. This allows for aftermarket boxes to be installed. These vehicles are generally used for utility or work vehicles.
Cutaway A cutaway van is a van manufactured with only the front driver and passenger area covered. It is cut away behind the seats so that an aftermarket shell can be installed. These are typically seen in ambulances, moving or utility vans.
DRW, SRW Dual Rear Wheels or Single Rear Wheel
LHD, RHD Left-Hand Drive or Right-Hand Drive

Interchangable vs. Non-Interchangable Results

Interchangable parts can fit different vehicles. For example, an engine from a 1995 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup fits several GM vehicles and can be swapped without issues between those vehicles. In this case, searching for an engine for any of those other vehicles would show the engine from the 1995 Chevrolet we have in stock because it can fit. The majority of our parts are interchangable.

Additional information about the "exactness" of interchangable fitment is in the next section.

Non-Interchangable parts only fit the original vehicle and options as manufactured. For example, a front seat from a 1997 Nissan Pathfinder will only fit a 97 Pathfinder. Other restrictions, such as engine or transmission type, trim type, etc may also apply to these parts. Looking at the 'Part Notes' field will help address these restrictions.

Non-Interchangable parts do not utilize the Application field in searches, even if this is selected.

Interchangable but "Nearly-Exact"?

Some interchangable parts fit, but need minor adjustment or have slight differences between them. These differences are denoted by an alpha character (A-H, J, K, M, N, P-Q, S-Z) as the last or second to last character in the 'Part Number' field. If a part ends with an L or R, that denotes the side of the vehicle it applies to - NOT to the near-exact alpha character. Parts that have an L or R will have the near-exact alpha character before the side designation.

Parts that have a near-exact fit will have a section starting with NEARLY EXACT FIT NOTES which will describe the fitment differences between the near-exact alpha characters.

When looking at a near-exact part, it is important to check the alpha character for the part above the fitment notes, then check in the notes to determine what changes might need to be made to ensure fitment with the desired vehicle.

Part Options Notes

The 'Part Options' field has several standard codes. They are defined below.

Code(s) Definition
2DR, 3DR, 4DR, PU, SUV, VAN The body/door style of the vehicle. 3DR is usually a hatchback, PU is a pickup.
BLK, BLU, BLU, BRN, GLD, GRN, GRY, ORNG, RED, SLV, TAN, WHT The exterior or interior color. NOTE: Some interiors have two or three colors. In this case, the color indicated may not match the actual color of the part.
MW, PW Manual or Power Windows
KEYL, ML, PL Keyless, Manual or Power Locks
CLR, PRV, TINT Clear, Privacy Tinted or lightly Tinted Windows. NOTE: If a vehicle has clear front windows and privacy rear windows, they are all marked as CLR. Look at the fitment options below the parts list to determine actual tint.
MM, PM, PHM, RM Manual, Power, Power Heated or Remote side-view mirrors. Remote mirrors are power mirrors where the control is on the other side of the door from the mirror and is connected to the mirror with a cable. Heated mirrors will usually have a heat symbol on the mirror itself.
x.xL (e.g. 5.7L) Engine Liters
3SP, 4SP, 5SP, 6SP, A, AOD Manual or Automatic Transmission, indicating the amount of gears for manual and whether or not it's overdrive if it's an automatic.
4X4, AWD, FWD, RWD Four, All, Front or Rear Wheel Drive
xx/xx (e.g. 02/13) Date of Vehicle Manufacture. The first two digits are the month, the second two digits are the year.
CONV, NORM, SUN, TTOP, VYL Convertible, Normal, Sun, T-Top, or Vinyl Roof
2BL, 4BL, EFI, MFI 2/4 Barrel Carburetor or Electronic/Multi-Port Fuel Injection
AC Has Air Conditioning
CLO, LEA, VYL Cloth, Leather or Vinyl Seats
40/20/40, 50/50,60/40, BUC, BEN, CAP The style of seat. These are set seperately for front and rear seats. The numeric ones indicate a split bench seat. The rest are Bucket, Bench and Captain. Captain seats have the headrest built into the seat as one piece.
CD, D, TCD, TD The steering column options. The codes are combinations of Cruise, Direction and Tilt. Every steering column will have direction (the ability to turn left and right), not all will have tilt or cruise control.
W/KEY, NOKEY Whether the vehicle has an ignition key or not. This may be important to note if looking for an ignition switch with a key or external locks with a key.
COL, DASH, FLR Column, Dash or Floor Shifter location
ABS Has Anti-Lock Brakes (either two or four wheel)
BAD CHROME, BAD PNT, BAD TINT, CRACKS, DIRTY, FOGGY, SCRATCHES Different conditions that the part may have (these are seperate from the ARA damage codes discussed below)
CK ID, CK RATIO The part in question differs based upon an id number or the ratio, but these have not been checked yet to determine which exact version we have in stock. The id or ratio of the part will need to be checked before exact fitment can be determined.
INSPECT The part in question could be damaged. It should be inspected before being purchased.
VERIFY The part in question may differ from the Application noted. For example, a fuel tank may be listed as 18 gallons, but have VERIFY in the notes. This indicates that the tank could be 18 gallons, but it could also be a different amount. The part will need to be checked before exact fitment can be determined.

ARA Damage Codes

A majority of external parts (e.g. fenders, doors, bumpers, etc) have damage codes in the 'Part Options' field which can help determine whether the part is in an acceptable condition for your needs.

These codes are standardized by the Automotive Recycler's Association and are always located at the beginning of the 'Part Options' field if these codes apply. Example ARA damage codes look like "0D1", "000" or "2P4" (wihout the quotes). Parts may have two seperate ARA codes prefixing the Options field. Each will generally refer to different damage types, with the first being the primary damage.

ARA damage codes are three characters long (e.g 2P4). The first number refers to where on the part the damage is located. This number refers to different sections depending on what type of part it is applied to. The second character refers to what type of damage the part has. These are defined in the table below. The third character indicates what degree of damage the part has. This can be slightly confusing because each number represents 1 credit card size worth of damage (or less). So, if the code was 0D1, the part would have a dent (or dents) that represent an area equal to or less than a credit card. If the code was 0D2, it would mean the dent(s) are about 2 credit cards in size.

In practice, most parts that we have in stock with ARA damage codes are still good enough quality to be sold and installed on your vehicle. We don't inventory parts that have too much damage, so these codes are reflecting managable damage for our customers.

If a part has no damage, it has a damage code of 000 (zero-zero-zero).

In the following table you can find definitions for the ARA Damage Types (the second character in the code):

Damage TypeDefinition
0 (Zero)No Damage
BBurn
CCrease
DDent
EBent
FFinish
GGouge
HHail
JRip/Crack
KBuckle
LLip
PParking Lot Dings
RRust
SScratch
TPaint

Ford Axle Codes

Ford Axle codes can be found on the sticker in the driver's door jam under the heading "Axle". When looking up the code for your vehicle, note that some codes have multiple entries. Choose the one that matches the Model of your vehicle.

We've attempted to ensure the completeness and accuracy of the following codes. If you notice anything that needs fixed, please let I.T. know.

If the following codes are not helping, anoter method of checking your ratio is explained in the Application Dropdown Notes section above under Gear Ratios.

CodeApplicationRatio
01N/A2.75
02N/A3.00
04N/A3.25
07N/A2.47
12912.73
1381-832.75
1385-86, Bronco4.11
1481-863.00
1581-823.25
15N/A3.31
15832.73
16Bronco3.50
16N/A3.73
17713.25
1795,99-02, Expedition3.31
17983.55
17973.73
17N/A2.47
1883-863.08
1983-86, Expedition, Bronco3.55
22N/A4.10
23N/A3.54
24Econoline3.73
25914.10
25N/A3.33
26N/A3.55
26F2503.73
27F2503.31
27N/A3.73
27N/A4.10
28N/A4.56
29913.55
31N/A3.07
31F250, Excursion, F250SD3.73
32Econoline, SuperDuty4.10
32N/A3.00
33N/A3.54
33F2504.30
34Econoline3.73
35SuperDuty3.55
35Econoline4.09
35914.10
36803.73
36F2504.56
37N/A3.54
37SuperDuty3.73
38N/A3.08
38N/A3.73
39Econoline3.55
3JSuperDuty3.55
3LSuperDuty3.73
41Explorer3.27
41N/A3.54
41F350, F350SD3.73
41SuperDuty4.10
42Bronco II3.45
42N/A3.73
42Explorer4.10
43Explorer3.08
43N/A3.54
43N/A4.10
43F350, SuperDuty4.30
44Bronco II3.73
44N/A4.56
45Explorer3.55
45914.10
46Explorer3.73
46F3504.56
47Bronco II4.10
48SuperDuty4.88
49913.55
4LSuperDuty4.30
4NSuperDuty4.10
4WAmbulance4.10
51N/A3.73
52Econoline4.10
53824.56
5383-863.54
53SuperDuty5.38
56Econoline4.10
5LSuperDuty5.38
61F350, F350SD3.73
62N/A4.10
63N/A3.54
63F3504.30
65914.10
66F3504.56
69913.25
69N/A3.55
72Ranger3.08
72N/A4.10
72N/A4.63
73N/A3.54
73N/A5.13
73F450, F450SD4.30
74Ranger3.45
75F450, F450SD5.38
78F450, F450SD4.88
81F350SD3.73
81Econoline4.63
82Ranger3.08
82F3504.10
83F3504.30
84Ranger3.45
85Ranger3.55
86Ranger3.73
86F3504.56
87Ranger4.10
88F3504.88
8LSuperDuty4.88
95F550, F550SD5.38
96Ranger3.73
98F550, F550SD4.88
B2N/A4.10
B3N/A3.54
B4N/A3.73
B5N/A3.33
B5N/A4.10
B6N/A3.55
B6N/A3.73
B7N/A3.73
B9N/A3.55
C1F250, F250SD, Excursion3.73
C2N/A3.00
C2N/A3.54
C2F250, F250SD, Excursion4.10
C3N/A3.54
C3F250, F250SD, Excursion4.30
C5N/A4.10
C6N/A4.56
C7N/A3.54
C9N/A3.55
D1F350, F350SD3.73
D2Bronco II3.45
D2F350SD, Explorer4.10
D3N/A3.54
D3N/A4.10
D3F350, F350SD4.30
D4Bronco II, Explorer3.73
D5N/A4.10
D6F3504.56
D7Bronco II4.10
E1N/A3.73
E2F350SD4.10
E3F350, F350SD4.30
E5N/A4.10
E6F3504.56
EWF350SD Ambulance4.10
EWF3504.88
F1F350, F350SD3.73
F2F350, F350SD4.10
F3F3504.30
F4Ranger3.45
F5Ranger3.55
F5N/A4.10
F6Ranger3.73
F6F350, F350SD4.56
F7Ranger4.10
F9N/A3.55
G2N/A4.10
G3N/A3.54
G3F450, F450SD4.30
G5F450, F450SD5.38
G8F450, F450SD4.88
GWF4504.10
GWF450SD4.88
H381-822.75
H385-864.11
H481-863.00
H581-823.25
H5N/A3.31
H5832.73
H5914.10
H6Expedition3.73
H7N/A2.47
H7Expedition3.31
H8953.08
H983-86, Expedition3.55
K583-86, F550, F55OSD5.38
K6N/A4.10
K8F550, F55OSD4.88
KWF550, F55OSD4.10
L6113.73
L73Explorer3.73
W5954.10

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Part Options Notes

The 'Part Options' field has several standard codes. They are defined below.

Code(s) Definition
2DR, 3DR, 4DR, PU, SUV, VAN The body/door style of the vehicle. 3DR is usually a hatchback, PU is a pickup.
BLK, BLU, BLU, BRN, GLD, GRN, GRY, ORNG, RED, SLV, TAN, WHT The exterior or interior color. NOTE: Some interiors have two or three colors. In this case, the color indicated may not match the actual color of the part.
MW, PW Manual or Power Windows
KEYL, ML, PL Keyless, Manual or Power Locks
CLR, PRV, TINT Clear, Privacy Tinted or lightly Tinted Windows. NOTE: If a vehicle has clear front windows and privacy rear windows, they are all marked as CLR. Look at the fitment options below the parts list to determine actual tint.
MM, PM, PHM, RM Manual, Power, Power Heated or Remote side-view mirrors. Remote mirrors are power mirrors where the control is on the other side of the door from the mirror and is connected to the mirror with a cable. Heated mirrors will usually have a heat symbol on the mirror itself.
x.xL (e.g. 5.7L) Engine Liters
3SP, 4SP, 5SP, 6SP, A, AOD Manual or Automatic Transmission, indicating the amount of gears for manual and whether or not it's overdrive if it's an automatic.
4X4, AWD, FWD, RWD Four, All, Front or Rear Wheel Drive
xx/xx (e.g. 02/13) Date of Vehicle Manufacture. The first two digits are the month, the second two digits are the year.
CONV, NORM, SUN, TTOP, VYL Convertible, Normal, Sun, T-Top, or Vinyl Roof
2BL, 4BL, EFI, MFI 2/4 Barrel Carburetor or Electronic/Multi-Port Fuel Injection
AC Has Air Conditioning
CLO, LEA, VYL Cloth, Leather or Vinyl Seats
40/20/40, 50/50,60/40, BUC, BEN, CAP The style of seat. These are set seperately for front and rear seats. The numeric ones indicate a split bench seat. The rest are Bucket, Bench and Captain. Captain seats have the headrest built into the seat as one piece.
CD, D, TCD, TD The steering column options. The codes are combinations of Cruise, Direction and Tilt. Every steering column will have direction (the ability to turn left and right), not all will have tilt or cruise control.
W/KEY, NOKEY Whether the vehicle has an ignition key or not. This may be important to note if looking for an ignition switch with a key or external locks with a key.
COL, DASH, FLR Column, Dash or Floor Shifter location
ABS Has Anti-Lock Brakes (either two or four wheel)
BAD CHROME, BAD PNT, BAD TINT, CRACKS, DIRTY, FOGGY, SCRATCHES Different conditions that the part may have (these are seperate from the ARA damage codes discussed below)
CK ID, CK RATIO The part in question differs based upon an id number or the ratio, but these have not been checked yet to determine which exact version we have in stock. The id or ratio of the part will need to be checked before exact fitment can be determined.
INSPECT The part in question could be damaged. It should be inspected before being purchased.
VERIFY The part in question may differ from the Application noted. For example, a fuel tank may be listed as 18 gallons, but have VERIFY in the notes. This indicates that the tank could be 18 gallons, but it could also be a different amount. The part will need to be checked before exact fitment can be determined.

ARA Damage Codes

A majority of external parts (e.g. fenders, doors, bumpers, etc) have damage codes in the 'Part Options' field which can help determine whether the part is in an acceptable condition for your needs.

These codes are standardized by the Automotive Recycler's Association and are always located at the beginning of the 'Part Options' field if these codes apply. Example ARA damage codes look like "0D1", "000" or "2P4" (wihout the quotes). Parts may have two seperate ARA codes prefixing the Options field. Each will generally refer to different damage types, with the first being the primary damage.

ARA damage codes are three characters long (e.g 2P4). The first number refers to where on the part the damage is located. This number refers to different sections depending on what type of part it is applied to. The second character refers to what type of damage the part has. These are defined in the table below. The third character indicates what degree of damage the part has. This can be slightly confusing because each number represents 1 credit card size worth of damage (or less). So, if the code was 0D1, the part would have a dent (or dents) that represent an area equal to or less than a credit card. If the code was 0D2, it would mean the dent(s) are about 2 credit cards in size.

In practice, most parts that we have in stock with ARA damage codes are still good enough quality to be sold and installed on your vehicle. We don't inventory parts that have too much damage, so these codes are reflecting managable damage for our customers.

If a part has no damage, it has a damage code of 000 (zero-zero-zero).

In the following table you can find definitions for the ARA Damage Types (the second character in the code):

Damage TypeDefinition
0 (Zero)No Damage
BBurn
CCrease
DDent
EBent
FFinish
GGouge
HHail
JRip/Crack
KBuckle
LLip
PParking Lot Dings
RRust
SScratch
TPaint

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Yukon Gear & Axle Products

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Tap on the dropdown menus above to display a list of available options for that dropdown. When an option is selected, other dropdowns are updated. Click on the dropdown menus to the left to display a list of available options for that dropdown. Type to refine the options presented, or scroll and select the option you're looking for. When an option is selected, other dropdowns are updated.

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Application Dropdown Notes

The Application field can ask for many different types of information and can use terminology that may not be self-explanatory. The tables below explain the common types of information requested and where to find that info as well as definitions for more obscure terms.


Info Description
Short IDs (e.g. GU6) GM vehicles put these IDs most commonly on a sticker in the glovebox, but they could also be in the trunk under the spare tire cover or in the passenger door jam. Other Makes may refer to small IDs like this as well. The codes for other vehicles are generally in the trunk area.
Long IDs (e.g. 15776279) Most often this number can be found on the part.
*If no parts are being found when searching for an ID like this - it may indicate that we have not checked the ID of our part instead of us not having the part. In this case, search for all fields except for Application. It is likely that one of the new results will fit.
VIN Number Digit The VIN number can be found in multiple places - usually on a sticker in the drivers door jam, the glovebox, or under the hood.
Gear Ratio (e.g. 3.55) GM ratios can be determined by looking at the code from the options sticker (found in the glovebox, under the spare tire cover or in the passenger door jam). Ford ratios can be looked up based on the "Axle" code from the sticker in the driver's door jam (See last section of help to lookup the ratio from that code). For other vehicles and generally, the gear ratio can be calculated by dividing the number of teeth on the larger gear in the axle/carrier assembly with the amount of teeth on the smaller gear connected to the larger one.
Market (US, Canada, etc) This refers to which country the vehicle was sold in. Generally US market is the correct choice. This is not to be confused with the country of manufacture.
Country Manufactured This can be found on the sticker in the driver's door jam.
Emissions Standard Some vehicles are made to federal emissions standards, others to California's. Generally in Oregon, Federal is the correct choice.
Vehicle Edition (DX, LS, XLT, Eddie Bauer, etc) This can be found either on the trunk/tailgate/liftgate or the front fender/door area.
Wheelbase (WB) This can be found either on a sticker in the driver's door jam (Ford), on a sticker under the hood (some Chrysler/Dodge), or on a sticker in the glovebox (some GM).
Measurements are not Standard Some applications require measurements in inches (radiators, rotors, wheels, etc), others in millimeters (stabilizer bars, crossmembers, stub axles, etc).
Wheels Wheels are measured by the height of the rim and the spacing between the center of the topmost and bottommost bolt holes. An example is 15x5-1/2. This would mean a wheel that has a diameter (height) of 15 inches and the distance between the center of the top and bottom bolt holes is 5.5 inches. In some cases, wheel measurement can also look like 15x5x5-1/2 - where the new middle 5 would represent the amount of bolt holes that exist (in this example, 5 holes).
Manufacture Dates (e.g. from 10/02 or thru 11/03) The date (Month and Year) of manufacture can be found on the sticker in the drivers door jam. In some cases for Fords, the Application may request a day (instead of just the month and year). For the most part, this can be guessed by the date requested. As an example, if the manufacture date on the vehicle says 10/13, and the Application field is asking from 10/3/13 or thru 10/3/13, then we can safely guess it would be thru because more days of the month apply to the manufacture date in this instance. If it cannot be guessed, the only option to call the dealership and run the vin with them to see if the actual day of manufacture can be determined.
with/without ABS (Anti-Lock Brakes) Vehicles can have two or four wheel ABS. Front wheel ABS can be determined by looking between the front wheel and the fender liner on either side. There will be an electrical wire going from the fender liner to the spindle/caliper on the wheel. Don't confuse this with the black rubber hose that transfers brake fluid. Rear wheel ABS can either be the same as the front wheel or have a single electrical wire going to the top middle of the rear axle/carrier.TODO: IMAGE SHOWING ABS

Term Definition
DOHC, OHV, SOHC Dual Over-Head Cam, Over-Head Valve and Single Over-Head Cam. OHV is the classic engine design with the camshaft at the base of the engine. The camshaft moves pushrods that move lifters at the top of the engine. IN DOHC/SOHC the camshaft is at the top of the engine, which eliminates the need for pushrods and lifters. D is Dual and S is Single. Generally, it is marked on the top of the motor when it is a DOHC or SOHC engine. Otherwise, you can assume OHV
Chassis Cab A Chassis Cab is a pickup sold without a bed. This allows for aftermarket boxes to be installed. These vehicles are generally used for utility or work vehicles.
Cutaway A cutaway van is a van manufactured with only the front driver and passenger area covered. It is cut away behind the seats so that an aftermarket shell can be installed. These are typically seen in ambulances, moving or utility vans.
DRW, SRW Dual Rear Wheels or Single Rear Wheel
LHD, RHD Left-Hand Drive or Right-Hand Drive

Interchangable vs. Non-Interchangable Results

Interchangable parts can fit different vehicles. For example, an engine from a 1995 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup fits several GM vehicles and can be swapped without issues between those vehicles. In this case, searching for an engine for any of those other vehicles would show the engine from the 1995 Chevrolet we have in stock because it can fit. The majority of our parts are interchangable.

Additional information about the "exactness" of interchangable fitment is in the next section.

Non-Interchangable parts only fit the original vehicle and options as manufactured. For example, a front seat from a 1997 Nissan Pathfinder will only fit a 97 Pathfinder. Other restrictions, such as engine or transmission type, trim type, etc may also apply to these parts. Looking at the 'Part Notes' field will help address these restrictions.

Non-Interchangable parts do not utilize the Application field in searches, even if this is selected.

Interchangable but "Nearly-Exact"?

Some interchangable parts fit, but need minor adjustment or have slight differences between them. These differences are denoted by an alpha character (A-H, J, K, M, N, P-Q, S-Z) as the last or second to last character in the 'Part Number' field. If a part ends with an L or R, that denotes the side of the vehicle it applies to - NOT to the near-exact alpha character. Parts that have an L or R will have the near-exact alpha character before the side designation.

Parts that have a near-exact fit will have a section starting with NEARLY EXACT FIT NOTES which will describe the fitment differences between the near-exact alpha characters.

When looking at a near-exact part, it is important to check the alpha character for the part above the fitment notes, then check in the notes to determine what changes might need to be made to ensure fitment with the desired vehicle.

Part Options Notes

The 'Part Options' field has several standard codes. They are defined below.

Code(s) Definition
2DR, 3DR, 4DR, PU, SUV, VAN The body/door style of the vehicle. 3DR is usually a hatchback, PU is a pickup.
BLK, BLU, BLU, BRN, GLD, GRN, GRY, ORNG, RED, SLV, TAN, WHT The exterior or interior color. NOTE: Some interiors have two or three colors. In this case, the color indicated may not match the actual color of the part.
MW, PW Manual or Power Windows
KEYL, ML, PL Keyless, Manual or Power Locks
CLR, PRV, TINT Clear, Privacy Tinted or lightly Tinted Windows. NOTE: If a vehicle has clear front windows and privacy rear windows, they are all marked as CLR. Look at the fitment options below the parts list to determine actual tint.
MM, PM, PHM, RM Manual, Power, Power Heated or Remote side-view mirrors. Remote mirrors are power mirrors where the control is on the other side of the door from the mirror and is connected to the mirror with a cable. Heated mirrors will usually have a heat symbol on the mirror itself.
x.xL (e.g. 5.7L) Engine Liters
3SP, 4SP, 5SP, 6SP, A, AOD Manual or Automatic Transmission, indicating the amount of gears for manual and whether or not it's overdrive if it's an automatic.
4X4, AWD, FWD, RWD Four, All, Front or Rear Wheel Drive
xx/xx (e.g. 02/13) Date of Vehicle Manufacture. The first two digits are the month, the second two digits are the year.
CONV, NORM, SUN, TTOP, VYL Convertible, Normal, Sun, T-Top, or Vinyl Roof
2BL, 4BL, EFI, MFI 2/4 Barrel Carburetor or Electronic/Multi-Port Fuel Injection
AC Has Air Conditioning
CLO, LEA, VYL Cloth, Leather or Vinyl Seats
40/20/40, 50/50,60/40, BUC, BEN, CAP The style of seat. These are set seperately for front and rear seats. The numeric ones indicate a split bench seat. The rest are Bucket, Bench and Captain. Captain seats have the headrest built into the seat as one piece.
CD, D, TCD, TD The steering column options. The codes are combinations of Cruise, Direction and Tilt. Every steering column will have direction (the ability to turn left and right), not all will have tilt or cruise control.
W/KEY, NOKEY Whether the vehicle has an ignition key or not. This may be important to note if looking for an ignition switch with a key or external locks with a key.
COL, DASH, FLR Column, Dash or Floor Shifter location
ABS Has Anti-Lock Brakes (either two or four wheel)
BAD CHROME, BAD PNT, BAD TINT, CRACKS, DIRTY, FOGGY, SCRATCHES Different conditions that the part may have (these are seperate from the ARA damage codes discussed below)
CK ID, CK RATIO The part in question differs based upon an id number or the ratio, but these have not been checked yet to determine which exact version we have in stock. The id or ratio of the part will need to be checked before exact fitment can be determined.
INSPECT The part in question could be damaged. It should be inspected before being purchased.
VERIFY The part in question may differ from the Application noted. For example, a fuel tank may be listed as 18 gallons, but have VERIFY in the notes. This indicates that the tank could be 18 gallons, but it could also be a different amount. The part will need to be checked before exact fitment can be determined.

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Yukon Standard Warranty Terms

Yukon Gear & Axle warrants the original retail purchaser that all Yukon products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the periods described below. Yukon makes no other warranty of any kind, express or implied. All other warranties, including but not limited to an implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are excluded. This warranty is offered provided that the Yukon product has been installed and maintained in accordance with Yukon instructions, and that it has not been subject to modification, accident, abnormal use or misuse.

At Yukon’s discretion, this warranty may be voided if installation of Yukon product(s) occurs on vehicles with tires that exceed Yukon Maximum Recommended Tire Size. (See section below for Yukon's maximum recommended tire sizes.)

Upon notification of a warranty claim, Yukon will investigate the claim of defect, and - if a verified defect - may either repair or replace the defective product.

This warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages - including loss of time, road service charges, labor charges, inconvenience, loss of vehicle use, loss of revenues, or loss or damage to personal property. Loss or damage to other vehicle parts due to the failure of the Yukon product is covered under collateral claims only with Zip and Grizzly Lockers. In addition, this warranty does not cover damage to the axle caused by or facilitated by failure of a non-Yukon component.

This agreement offers you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Contact Yukon for more information regarding their warranty

Yukon Warranty By Product

Product Warranty Length Notes
Spools Lifetime Warranty (as long as original purchaser owns vehicle in which product was originally installed). It is normal for Spools to cause tire chatter, squeal, or rubbing when vehicle is not moving in a straight line. Both rear tires must measure the same height from ground to top of wheel for Spool to function properly without premature wear.
Super Joints Lifetime Warranty (as long as original purchaser owns vehicle in which product was originally installed). Warranty coverage is for breakage of cross section or caps only. Failure by wear or galling is not covered.
YP Series Products One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects.
Front Axles (1541H) Ten years Covers parts for ten years against manufacturing defects.
Rear Axles (1541H) Ten years Covers parts for ten years against manufacturing defects.
Rear Axles 4340 (YA W) Limited Lifetime Covers manufacturing defects and axle breakage for as long as you own the vehicle. This warranty is not transferable to another party. Yukon has a "No Questions Asked" replacement for the first warranty claim. After this, Yukon will either replace the axle or refund the original purchase price. Yukon (through B&K Auto Salvage) makes final determination on warranty considerations.
Front Axles (Series YA W) Limited Lifetime Covers manufacturing defects and axle breakage for as long as you own the vehicle. This warranty is not transferable to another party. Yukon has a "No Questions Asked" replacement for the first warranty claim. After this, Yukon will either replace the axle or refund the original purchase price. Yukon (through B&K Auto Salvage) makes final determination on warranty considerations.
Ring & Pinion Gear Sets One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects.
Positraction Differentials One year It is normal for Positractions to cause tire chatter, squeal, or rubbing when vehicle is not moving in a straight line. Both rear tires must measure the same height from ground to top of wheel for Positraction to function properly without premature wear. This can be reduced by mixing additives or friction modifiers with the differential oil.
Warranty does not cover premature clutch wear or abuse.
Zip Lockers (YZL) Six years Covers parts for six years against manufacturing defects - including any collaterally damaged parts and associated labor - up to $2,000* for the first two years.
*Collaterally damaged parts must be submitted for inspection. Receipts for parts and associated labor must be submitted as well. Only claims deemed reasonable by Yukon (through B&K Auto Salvage) will be accepted. Offer may be discontinued without advance notice.
Grizzly Lockers (YGL) One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects - including any collaterally damaged parts and associated labor - up to $2,000* for the first two years.
*Collaterally damaged parts must be submitted for inspection. Receipts for parts and associated labor must be submitted as well. Only claims deemed reasonable by Yukon (through B&K Auto Salvage) will be accepted. Offer may be discontinued without advance notice.
Yokes One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects.
Carriers (YC) One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects.
Tools (YT) One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects.
Install Kits (BK, MK, PK, YK) One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects.
Spider Gear Kits (YPK) One year Covers parts for one year against manufacturing defects. Does not cover clutch wear in limited slip differentials.
YHC Drive Flanges Limited Lifetime Covers manufacturing defects and axle breakage for as long as you own the vehicle. This warranty is not transferable to another party. Yukon has a "No Questions Asked" replacement for the first warranty claim. After this, Yukon will either replace the axle or refund the original purchase price. Yukon (through B&K Auto Salvage) makes final determination on warranty considerations.
Yukon Hardcore Locking Hubs Limited Lifetime Covers manufacturing defects and axle breakage for as long as you own the vehicle. This warranty is not transferable to another party. Yukon has a "No Questions Asked" replacement for the first warranty claim. After this, Yukon will either replace the axle or refund the original purchase price. Yukon (through B&K Auto Salvage) makes final determination on warranty considerations.

Yukon Maximum Recommended Tire Size

Axle Style Maximum Tire Diameter
Chrysler 8.25" 33 inches
Dana 30 33 inches
Dana M35 33 inches
Dana M20 35 inches
Dana 44 35 inches
Ford 8.8" 35 inches
GM 8.5" 35 inches
Toyota 8" 35 inches
We Buy and Sell Scrap Metals

We buy scrap metals from local customers and recycle that material upstream into reusable copper, iron, aluminium, etc.

Customers can also come in and purchase scrap metal, wire, etc. from us.

Thanks to our partnership with United Metals and other larger recycling organizations, we are able to offer competitive pricing. We pay better prices for clean, well sorted, and larger amounts of scrap. Our prices are updated regularly, but subject to change. For more information about these topics, check out the sections below.

Current Scrap Prices Accepted Materials Unacceptable Materials Conditionally Accepted Materials Clean vs. Dirty Metals Sorting Metals Our Procedures
We Buy Complete and Stripped Vehicles

We buy complete or stripped vehicles to be recycled and/or parted out.

We require proof of ownership and a valid title before we can purchase vehicles. We pay better prices for newer vehicles or vehicles that we part out.

We offer free delivery and pickup of bins for larger recycling jobs

Normally, customers bring their metal scrap to us for recycling, but for larger amounts of scrap we also have various sized bins that we pickup and deliver at no cost.

For bin sizes and more information, check out the section below.

Bin Sizes and Information
Updated on 04.01.20.
Prices subject to change. We will pay better prices for large amounts of scrap.
Aluminium silver in color non-magnetic doesn't spark when ground on
Aluminium Cans Any aluminium beverage can NOTE: Does not include food cans, tinfoil or similar materials Clean: .15¢
Aluminium Shavings Fine, leftover scraps from drilling or cutting aluminium Clean: .02¢ Dirty: .01¢
Aluminium Wheels Chrome-plated, passenger vehicle or commercial vehicle wheels NOTE: Wheels must be stripped of rubber to be acceptable Chrome: .13¢ Clean: .16¢ Dirty: .14¢ Semi: .19¢
ASCR/Polytriplex Aluminium wire with steel center wire, can be bundled with EC Wire (as shown here) Clean: .01¢
Cast Aluminium Thick walled porous scrap pressed into a mold, has no welded joints, and a visible casting line where the two halves of the mold met. Such as cylinder heads, engine blocks, pots & pans, etc Clean: .07¢ Dirty: .02¢
EC Wire Insulated aluminium wire, no steel center wire Clean: .23¢
Extruded Aluminium Thin walled scrap extruded (not pinched) through a pattern like play-doh, such as window frames, cpu heatsinks, sliding door hardware, etc NOTE: Window screens are often confused as extruded, but they are folded sheet metal 95%: .14¢
Sheet Aluminium Thin scrap such as building materials, framing, tubing, etc Clean: .07¢ Dirty: .02¢
Brass and Bronze yellow-gold or reddish-gold in color non-magnetic
Ammo Casings NOTE: We can only accept empty casings. Clean: .41¢
Rainbirds Commercial or Industrial water sprinklers made from brass Clean: .33¢
Red Brass Similar to Yellow Brass, has more brass content. Mostly used in larger plumbing components Clean: .61¢
Yellow Brass Thin or thick walled scrap, used in plumbing components, musical insturment components, and mechanical components Clean: .56¢ Dirty: .37¢
Copper dark red when ground on, corrodes blueish green non-magnetic
Alternators Used with vehicles to charge the battery Clean: .06¢
Bare Copper Inlcudes wire without insulation, uncoated copper plumbing materials, shavings, etc #1: $1.24 #2: $1.20
Electric Ballast Most commonly used with fluorescent lights to regulate voltage Clean: .01¢
Electric Motors Clean: .01¢
Insulated Copper Wire Wire covered with plastic insulation such as extension cords, ethernet cable, household wiring, vehicle wire harnesses, christmas lights etc NOTE: We cannot pay for Coaxial cable 40-45% Harness: .08¢ 50-55% Comm: .10¢ 60-65% Romex: .28¢ 75-85% THHN: .40¢ 85-90% MCM: .74¢ Xmas Lights: .01¢
Starters Most commonly used with fluorescent lights to regulate voltage Clean: .05¢
Electronic Scrap internal computer components cell phones
Complete Cell Phones All: .05¢
Complete Laptops All: .10¢
Computer CPUs All: $1.00
Computer Hard Drives Storage device which stores data on disks that spin NOTE: Non-moving storage drives like usb drives, SSDs or external hard drives are bought as Tin (see section under "Iron and Steel") All: .20¢
Computer Motherboards Circuit board that all computer components attach to, usually green in color All: .45¢
Computer Optical Drives CD/DVD drives, floppy disc drives, blu-ray drives, etc All: .01¢
Computer PCIE Cards Expansion cards such as graphics cards, sound cards, ethernet cards, etc All: $1.00
Computer Ram Gold Connectors: $5.00 Silver Connectors: $1.00
Iron & Steel silver,grey or brown in color magnetic
Cast Iron Thick walled porous scrap pressed into a mold, has no welded joints, and a visible casting line where the two halves of the mold met. Such as cylinder heads, engine blocks, pots & pans, etc All: $25.00
Prepared Iron At least 1/4" thick, 2' x 4' in size at most NOTE: Steel wheels must be stripped of rubber to be acceptable All: $20.00
Tin/Appliances Thin sheet iron, appliances, fencing, bicycles, siding, etc All: $5.00
Unprepared Iron At least 1/4" thick, bigger than 2' x 4' All: $10.00
Lead grey/silver in color non-magnetic extremely malleable
Lead Acid Batteries NOTE: We don't pay for Absolyte, Li-Ion, Ni-Cd or similar batteries.

NOTE 2: We will pay 5¢/lb extra if batteries are brought to us as shown here
Auto: .07¢ Industrial: .07¢
Lead Wheel Weights NOTE: Steel wheel weights are bought as Tin (see section under "Iron and Steel") Clean: .01¢
Scrap Lead Soft, malleable scrap, most commonly used as weights or in ammunition NOTE: We don't pay for lead+copper breakage Clean: .06¢
Precious Metals

Catalytic Converters NOTE: Honeycomb interior must be intact. These are priced individually. If the factory markings are visible, we can price most accurately. Please call or email us for more specific pricing. Pricing varies greatly, please call or email us.
Radiators silver or black in color
Aluminium Radiators Aluminium fins without copper tubes or any plastic Clean: .07¢ Dirty: .02¢
Aluminium/Copper Radiators Aluminium fins with copper tubing Clean: .37¢ Dirty: .20¢
Complete Air Conditioning Units NOTE: Refrigerant must be drained before we can accept these All: .04¢
Copper/Brass Radiators Copper fins and tubes with brass sides, usually black in color Clean: .61¢ Dirty: .45¢
Stainless Steel silver in color non-magnetic sparks when ground on
304/316 Stainless Thin walled scrap used in appliances, eating utenils, pots & pans, medical equipment, etc NOTE: We buy magnetic stainless steel as Tin (see section under "Iron and Steel") Clean: .06¢ Dirty: .01¢
Stainless Steel Shavings Fine, leftover scraps from drilling or cutting stainless steel NOTE: We buy magnetic stainless steel as Tin (see section under "Iron and Steel") Clean: .01¢
Cars and Trucks complete or stripped vehicles to be scrapped
Complete Vehicles Vehicles with no substantially missing parts or additional junk inside NOTE: We do not accept motorhomes, trailers or RVs unless they've been stripped of all non-metallic scrap All: $40.00
Stripped Vehicles Vehicles with substantially missing parts or addtional junk inside NOTE: We do not accept motorhomes, trailers or RVs unless they've been stripped of all non-metallic scrap All: $25.00
Motorhomes, RVs or Trailers

We do not accept motorhomes, RVs, or trailers (with or without a title) unless they've been stripped of all non-metallic scrap.
Refrigerants

Air Conditioners, Refrigerators/Freezers, and most vehicles contain a refrigerant system to cool air down. We are prohibited from accepting any scrap with refrigerant that hasn't been properly discharged from the system (40 CFR §82.155(2)(ii)). We are also required to have our customers sign a document certifying that all refrigerants have been properly discharged (40 CFR §82.155(2)).
Asbestos or Materials that contain Asbestos

Asbestos is found in some pipe insulation, I-beam surface material, tanks, structural or demolition debris. We do not accept any scrap containing asbestos.
Oils, Gasoline, Diesel, Antifreeze, or other Petroleum Products

We do not accept scrap with hydraulic fluids, gear oils, grease, etc UNLESS it has been drained properly. NOTE: Hydraulic equipment must be drained of fluid, all hoses removed and any hydraulic cylinders cut open before we can accept it.
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

PCBs were primarily used as coolants or lubricants in electronic components such as transformers, capacitors, or electric motors. PCB production was banned in the United States un 1979, but remains present in other materials such as paints, printing inks, clothing dyes, and petroleum based lubricants as a byproduct of their manufacture. We do not accept any scrap containing PCBs. NOTE: Versions of these products which do not contain PCBs are acceptable as scrap.
Sodium Azide

Sodium Azide is a solid, similar to salt or a gas. It is most commonly used in airbags, whereby igniting sodium azide produces the nitrogen gas that fills the airbag. Sodium Azide is an extremely deadly poison, which can kill from contact or inhalation even with small amounts. Sodium Azide can also explode when it comes into contact with certain chemicals and metals. We do not accept airbags or other scrap that contains sodium azide.
Paint Containers

Paint may contain many hazardous materials, such as PCBs or lead. Because of this, we do not accept paint cans or paint containers.
Mercury

Flourescent, neon, high intensity, metal halide, mercury vapor Lights or other fixtures contain mercury in either metallic or gas form. We cannot accept any scrap that still contains these gasses.
Military Scrap

We can only accept military scrap directly from the military.
Explosive Scrap

We cannot accept explosives or any scrap with explosive residue. This also applies to inert or dud explosives. This DOES NOT apply to empty brass shell casings.
Radioactive Materials

We cannot accept any scrap that has been exposed to radiation or contains nuclear or radioactive materials.
Non-Metallic Scrap

We cannot accept tires, wood, dirt, yard debris, concrete/asphalt, glass, rubber or other non-metallic metals.
Air Conditioning Compressors

These must be drained and cut in half for inspection.
Drums, Barrels and Other Containers

These must be open for inspection.
Gas Cylinders

Includes scrap like air bottles, shock absorbers, or propane tanks. These must be drained and be cut in half for inspection.
Aerosol Cans

These must be drained and cut in half for inspection.
Clean Metals

Clean metals mean scrap that only contains the material it's being bought as. Clean scrap contains no foreign metals, fluids or other materials attached to or inside the scrap. Generally, the cleaner your metals are, the higher of a price we will pay.

If you have any questions regarding sorting, please call or email us.

Examples of clean metals are shown below

Dirty Metals

Dirty metals mean scrap that contains material other than what it's being bought as. Dirty scrap can mean a mix of metals (e.g. brass plumbing fittings with copper piping attached), or scrap that has other contaminants in it (e.g. dirt, leaves or other non-metallic materials). Generally, the dirtier your metals are, the lower of a price we will pay.

If you have any questions regarding sorting, please call or email us.

Examples of dirty metals are shown below

Sorting Metals

Sorting your metals before bringing them in to us is an important step to ensure that you get the most money for your scrap.

It is important to first seperate your scrap into different bins for each type of scrap you have. Next, it is important that you further seperate each type of scrap into clean and dirty bins.

Refer to the section on clean vs. dirty metals for more information on those designations.

When you bring your scrap to us, we will generally stick to the sorting that you've done. If a bin contains dirty material even though it's supposed to be clean material, this may downgrade the price for that entire bin. It is ultimately your responsiblity to ensure that scrap is sorted accurately.

Examples of well sorted scrap are shown in the image below as well as in the Clean vs. Dirty information section.

If you have any questions regarding sorting, call or email us.

We have different procedures for ferrous (iron, tin, appliances, etc) and non-ferrous (copper, brass, stainless, etc) scrap.

Ferrous

Ferrous scrap gets unloaded in our scrap yard. Customers must weigh in and out over our scale for all ferrous scrap.

Non-Ferrous

Non-Ferrous scrap gets unloaded at our recycling building. Customers just need to pull up to the recycling building to unload non-ferrous scrap.

Residential Recycling Bins

We provide residential customers with on-site delivery and pickup of the following bin sizes: (Call or email us to arrange delivery or pickup)


  • 4' x 4' x 4', 64 cubic feet
  • 4' x 6' x 4', 96 cubic feet
  • 4' x 8' x 4', 128 cubic feet
Commercial Recycling Bins

We provide commercial customers with on-site delivery and pickup of the following containers: (Call or email us to arrange delivery or pickup)


  • 4' x 4' x 4', 64 cubic feet
  • 4' x 6' x 4', 96 cubic feet
  • 4' x 8' x 4', 128 cubic feet
  • 20 yard rolloff
  • 30 yard rolloff
  • 40 yard rolloff
  • Trailer and Flatbed service

We can bale and remove the largest amounts of scrap anywhere in Eastern Oregon. If your needs exceed the capacity of our bins, our mobile baler can handle the job. We can come to your facility with our Al-Jon 580 baler and clean up your salvage cars, tin, or appliances. Our operators are top notch, and will clean your facility, farm or junk pile up in no time at all! Our drivers will pick the bales up for upstream processing.

We can provide these services on a schedule that best suits your businesses unique needs.

If you are in need of our vehicle crushing services, please call or email us to arrange the details.

Generally, we will pay a higher commercial rate for complete or tin/appliances than listed in our scrap prices.

If you're interested in what mobile crushing looks like, here's a video we made:


We can crush and remove vehicles anywhere in Eastern Oregon. If you need a lot of vehicles recycled, our mobile crusher can handle the job.

We will come to your facility with our EZ-Crusher mobile car crusher and Volvo Wheel loader to clean up your salvage cars. Our equipment has mobile weighing systems to give you accurate weights for payment. Our drivers will pick the vehicles up for upstream processing.

We can provide these services on a schedule that best suits your businesses unique needs.

If you are in need of our vehicle crushing services, please call or email us to arrange the details.

Generally, we will pay a higher commercial rate for complete or stripped vehicles than listed in our scrap prices.

If you're interested in what mobile crushing looks like, here's a video we made:


We can shear and condense any scrap anywhere in Eastern Oregon. If you have scrap that is larger then we can haul or bale, our mobile shear can handle the job. We can come to your job site with our mobile shear and cut large iron, equipment, farm implements, etc down to size for transportation to our facility or directly to the steel mill. Our drivers will pick it up for upstream processing.

We can provide these services on a schedule that best suits your businesses unique needs.

If you are in need of our vehicle crushing services, please call or email us to arrange the details.

Generally, we will pay a higher commercial rate for prepared iron than listed in our scrap prices.

If you're interested in what mobile crushing looks like, here's a video we made:


About Us

B&K Auto Salvage was started in 1973 by Bill and Ken Goss, which is why it's called B and K. At that time, B&K offered u-pull-it used parts and auto salvage services. In 2003, one of their employees, Jake Hanson purchased the business with his father, Delmer. Jake had worked at the yard through high school years and saw the opportunity to continue doing what he loved - working on cars and helping customers and at the same time continue to provide quality local employment with a local benifit and impact.

In 2013, B&K expanded to offer scrap metal and non-ferrous recycling to Eastern Oregon. The company was able to leverage it's existing partnerships with larger companies that process both Auto Salvage and Metal Recycling so B&K could offer the full range of metal recycling services to both residential and commercial customers. In 2016, B&K expanded from the La Grande location and added a Baker City location that also provides the full range of scrap recycling services to Baker County residents.

B&K currently employs 22 people and provides nationwide used parts sales from our inventory of over 1000 vehicles and nearly 150,000 parts.

At our La Grande location, we provide full u-pull-it services with access to our complete used parts inventory, and occasionally sell used vehicles that we purchase from dealerships.

At both La Grande and Baker City locations, we purchase used vehicles (complete or stripped, with title only) and offer the complete range of scrap metal and non-ferrous recycling to residential and commercial customers. This includes pickup and delivery of scrap metal bins for recycling (please conctact us for limitations), as well as local drop off and payment for your scrap metal or non-ferrous materials.

Please review the Metal Recycling page to see more details on what type of scrap we accept and additional restrictions and information you should know.

Download our current flyer.


Our Equipment

Excavators

We have many different sizes of excavators which have magnets or material grapples. These excavators can be transported to and load material at your job site.

Trucks & Trailers

We have a large selection of Trucks and Trailers to do any job! We have large End Dump Trailers, Flatbeds, 60 Ton Lowboy, Hard side scrap trailers, Roll-off trucks with various sizes of bins from 15 yard to 40 yard bins, and Flatbed trucks with Moffet Forklifts, and Flatbed (Rollback) tow trucks.


Our Locations and Partners

We have partnered with several other auto salvage and metal recycling businesses in order to provide you with the best service possible. Check out our parnter sites here:

All of our locations and partner locations are shown on the map below. Click on a marker to open additional contact details for each business.

Old Logo Auto Salvage and Metal Recycling Jeep La Grande Location from Air Baker City Location from Air

Contact Us

La Grande Directory

La Grande is our main location. We provide the complete range of auto salvage, metal recycling and used parts services here. To contact someone from our La Grande location with a specific question, please refer to the contacts listed below for whom to contact:

Auto Parts Sales

Recycling

General

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