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OK. Not to start another parts markup thread but I would like to look at this from another angle. What percentages do you aim when marking up parts when you look at the part categories? Just an example below: Brakes 70% Struts 30% Shocks 50% Tires 15-30% Maintenance, etc ,etc The reason I ask is because even a standard parts pricing matrix can blow certain items out of reasonable sale price. I am aware that less expensive items can net larger profits, which also makes up for more expensive items but I am trying to see a base line of what parts markup looks like with these categories. Thanks
There is so many factors that go into selecting the "right" business for "me" I have searched on the site and could not find a definitive (or close to) answer to my question. Maybe someone has general formula for evaluating the business. For example: If the business does ~ $$$$$k gross a year and the parts mark up is %% then the net should be $$$$$, the car count should be ### with ARO $$$, and the brake-even should be $$$ If the actual shop deviates from the formula a %% it's a go/no-go or re-evaluate. I realize this is overly simplified, but at least it gives me idea what to look for when evaluating. Thank you,