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JEGS High Performance
101 JEGS Place
Delaware, OH 43015
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1-740-362-7017
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About Jegs Performance Parts

Jegs Performance Parts is a major supplier of high performance auto parts in the United States. It a family owned and run business that was established as a small speed shop in 1960 by Jeg Coughlin. Clients are offered a broad selection of performance parts such as chassis, steering , engines, suspension, brakes, drivetrain, timing chains and more. In addition, JPP provides tools, automotive clothing and aftermarket accessories. Customers may as well enjoy huge discounts on Accel, K&N, Holley, MSD and Moroso brands. JPP tools are available via the company’s online resource, 2 retail locations and mail order catalog. The company provides all parts with money back or product exchange guarantee.

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