- Do You Ship Outside Of The USA?
- What should I do if my order shows up damaged?
- What is Your Shipping Policy?
- What is Your Return Policy?
- What if there is a pricing error?
- If a part is on the site, should I assume it's available?
- What is your Security Policy?
- I have a 2004 Ford F-150. Which Model Do I Have?
- I have a 2007 Chevy Silverado / GMC Sierra. Which Model Do I Have?
TruckProUSA seeks to protect the security of your personal information both online and offline. All credit card transactions are secure. Every online order is encrypted and sent through a secure server using SSL technology to prevent information from being intercepted.
Confidential information such as your credit card number will be used only to fulfill your order. To protect your privacy, we will ask you to enter your credit card number and expiration date each time you place an order with us. This way, even if someone else accesses the account information stored on your computer, they won't be able to use your credit card.
Email is not encrypted and is not a secure means to transmit credit card numbers. We will only display the last 4 digits of your credit card number on your account.
In 2004, Ford built two different styles of the F-150 pickup. The “New Body Style,” pictured here on the right, replaced the outgoing models, whose cycle ended in 2003. While ramping up production, Ford decided to keep building the “Old Body Style” trucks through 2004. These trucks were referred to as “Heritage” models. If you have a 2004 F-150, please be sure which one you have before ordering parts.
In 2007, Chevrolet and GMC built two different styles of the Silverado/Sierra pickup. The “New Body Style,” pictured here on the right, replaced the outgoing models, whose cycle ended in 2007. While ramping up production, GM decided to keep building the “Old Body Style” pickups. These trucks were referred to as “Classic” models. If you have a 2007 Silverado or Sierra, please be sure which one you have before ordering parts.