Truck Junkyards in Oklahoma: Reviews, Benefits & Contact Info

Explore the definitive guide to truck junkyards in Oklahoma. We have researched and ranked the Top 10 based on reviews from people who have trusted their services.

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    T & B Recycling and Auto Salvage LLC

    T & B Recycling and Auto Salvage LLC

    3910 W North Ave, Ponca City, OK 74601

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto & Truck Parts / Self Service

    5/5 - 3 reviews 

          Adam W. Google Review

    "Good place good owner. Bring tools it's a you pull and in summer time watch out for wasps. After reading every one else I thought I would add I've been doing business with t &b for at least 3years..."

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    Cotto Enterprise And Salvage

    Cotto Enterprise And Salvage

    1804 E Central Ave, Ponca City, OK 74604

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto & Truck Parts / Self Service

    4.4/5 - 5 reviews  opens at 8 AM

          Matthew R. Google Review

    "T&B recycling is the only other salvage yard in Ponca city area, technically. T&B isn't open very often. These guys are open EVERY WEEK DAY. Consistently having parts I need for my Crown vic..."

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    Stanley's Wrecker Service

    Stanley's Wrecker Service

    1609 N 4th St, Enid, OK 73701

    Towing Service / Used Auto Parts / Towing Service

    5/5 - 5 reviews 

          Andy F. Google Review

    "After eight days of hard work, my co-worker and I were driving home from Lubbock to Wichita when the transfer case in our work truck shelled-out around Perry, OK very late on a Saturday night..."

  • 4
    Aesop Self-Serve Auto Parts

    Aesop Self-Serve Auto Parts

    13802 E Apache St, Tulsa, OK 74116

    Used Auto & Truck Parts / Self Service

    5/5 - 3 reviews  opens at 8 AM

          T C. Google Review

    "Although small, this salvage yard has excellent prices that are clearly explained. You have the option of buying parts with a 1 year warranty (this is the default price at checkout) or you can..."

  • 5
    Tom Myers Truck Parts

    Tom Myers Truck Parts

    54460 E 110 Rd, Miami, OK 74354

    Used Auto, Truck & Classic Car Parts / Shipping Available

    5/5 - 3 reviews  opens at 7 AM

          Regina B. Google Review

    "I came in and was seriously interested in purchasing a truck that Tom had and due to a unfortunate even I wasn't able. Lost his card and no longer having transportation I was not able to..."

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    Newton Wrecker & Auto

    Newton Wrecker & Auto

    309 OK-16, Beggs, OK 74421

    Auto Wrecker / Used Auto & Truck Parts / Towing Service

    4.3/5 - 3 reviews 

          Jesus B. Google Review

    "I appreciate this place so much for being so flexible with me. I wish I can give them 6 stars for their awesome customer service!!."

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    Northeast Auto Salvage

    Northeast Auto Salvage

    3004 NE 23rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73121

    Used Auto & Truck Parts / Self Service

    5/5 - 3 reviews  opens at 8 AM

          Stephanie W. Google Review

    "He showed me how to measure rims & what to look for when buying parts for my 96 Olds. Very honest, helpful & didn't treat me like a ignorant female when it comes to fixing my own car. I..."

  • 8
    Plainview Salvage Inc.

    Plainview Salvage Inc.

    23610 E Admiral Pl, Catoosa, OK 74015

    Used Auto & Truck Parts / Self Service

    3.7/5 - 3 reviews 

          Javier C. Google Review

    "Great folks. Person I spoke to was very helpful. Once I figure a way to stop by I definitely will be buying the transmission I need. Maybe even look into getting a motor for my son's pick up. Hope..."

  • 9
    J C's Pickup & Truck Sales Parts And Salvage

    J C's Pickup & Truck Sales Parts And Salvage

    1038 S Czech Hall Rd, Tuttle, OK 73089

    Used Auto & Truck Parts / Self Service

    3.3/5 - 3 reviews 

          Kenny H. Google Review

    "I've been able to get anything and everything I've ever needed either here or through here. I'm 36 years old and I've been going to this location for 36 years."

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    C & W Auto Salvage

    C & W Auto Salvage

    1404 SW 2nd St, Lawton, OK 73501

    Used Auto & Truck Parts / Towing Service

    4/5 - 6 reviews  opens at 8 AM

          Christina S. Google Review

    "So I played chicken with a deer this past Sunday. My car was broken & these guys came to the rescue. I was nearly 50miles away & they saved me. This is now twice I've used them in 2 months. Once..."

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FAQs on truck junkyards in Oklahoma

Do they offer discounts for military members or veterans?


Yes, many of them. The amount of the discount varies from business to business, but it is typically 10% or more. Some also offer other benefits to military members and veterans, such as free towing or installation services.

When you visit a salvage yard to purchase truck parts, be sure to bring your military ID with you so that you can receive your discount.

Can they help me install the truck parts I purchase?


Some may offer installation services for truck parts. However, most of them do not offer installation services. It is always best to ask about installation services before you buy any parts.

Any tips for choosing the right truck parts?


It is important to consider the following factors:

  • Make and model of your truck: Make sure to choose parts that are compatible with your truck.
  • Condition of the part: Inspect the part carefully before you buy it to make sure it is in good condition.
  • Warranty: Some may offer warranties on certain parts. Be sure to ask about the warranty before you buy any parts.

What are some common truck parts that fail?


Some common that fail include:

  • Batteries: Truck batteries typically last for about three to five years.
  • Brakes: Truck brakes typically last for about 20,000 to 30,000 miles.
  • Shocks and struts: Truck shocks and struts typically last for about 50,000 to 75,000 miles.
  • Tires: Truck tires typically last for about 40,000 to 60,000 miles.

How can I tell if a used truck part is still good?


There are a few things you can do to tell if it's still in good condition:

  • Inspect the part for any damage or wear.
  • Ask about the history of the part.
  • Get a warranty on the part, if possible.

What are the best brands for used truck parts?


Some good brands include:

  • Peterbilt
  • Bosch
  • Detroit
  • Eaton/Fuller
  • Freightliner
  • Volvo
  • Kenworth

How can I extend the life of my truck parts?


Here are a few tips:

  • Have your truck regularly inspected by a qualified mechanic.
  • Change your truck's oil and fluids regularly.
  • Avoid overloading your truck.
  • Drive carefully and avoid excessive braking and acceleration.

What are some common mistakes people make when buying truck parts?

  • Buying the wrong parts for their truck: Make sure to buy parts that are compatible with your make and model of truck. You can check your owner's manual or ask a qualified mechanic for help.
  • Buying used parts without inspecting them carefully: When buying used truck parts, it is important to inspect them carefully for any damage or wear. Look for cracks, rust, or other signs of wear and tear.
  • Not asking about the warranty: Some truck parts come with a warranty, even if they are used. Be sure to ask about the warranty before you buy any parts.
  • Overpaying for parts: Truck parts can be expensive, but it is important to shop around and compare prices before you buy anything. You can also look for discounts and coupons.
  • Not installing the parts correctly: If you are not comfortable installing truck parts yourself, it is important to have them installed by a qualified mechanic. Improper installation can damage your truck or void the warranty on the parts.