Easy: Pick your brands
Install the app and select the brands you love. Aftermarket parts are loaded into your store automatically!
Accurate: Pricing and Stock
Critical MAP pricing, inventory levels, product data, and more is kept up to date. No more manual data entry errors!
Curate: Vehicles you want
Import products by category and fitment. The app includes ready-made connections to fitment search services.
About Turn 14 Distribution
Now You Can Sell Turn 14 Distribution Parts From Your Shopify Store
The Turn 14 Distribution API is a super convenient way for Shopify store owners to load and manage their T14 data right within Shopify! Select the brands you love and choose filters to get the right parts. The app loads aftermarket parts into your store and keeps them synchronized.
Our T14 app has the following features:
- Direct connection to your Turn 14 Distribution account with your API key and secret
- Automatic inventory synchronization
- Adds new parts automatically and removes discontinued parts
- You can select your favorite brands then import them into the store along with titles, descriptions, tags, categories, pricing, and other data
- You can filter by fitment, category, LTL, special order, and other criteria
- Provides fitment data for year, make, and model search tools.
- Adjusts pricing based on MAP, MSRP, store margin, and allows you to include estimated shipping costs if you want to advertise 'free shipping'
- Customize your listings with the Turn 14 tags
- Automatically synchronize orders to Turn 14 and receive tracking data
The Fall 2021 update includes features for international stores including currency conversion, export restriction filters, weight and volumetric weight filters, imperial to metric conversion.
In order to use this app, you must have a Turn 14 Distribution dealer account. Don't have an account? See the app FAQ for more information about applying to be a dealer.
Pricing 14-day free trial
* All charges are billed in USD.
** Recurring charges, including monthly or usage-based charges, are billed every 30 days.
The overall rating reflects the current state of the app. It accounts for all app reviews but prioritizes the most recent ones.
Most recent reviews
This app has been very useful to help us keep our website updated with latest products and pricing. We were having MAP issues with a different app that was supposed to be updating regularly, but was not updating as we had expected. Since using this app, we've had no MAP violations and our pricing is accurate. Support has been timely as well. Any time we have an issue/question, their support team is quick to assist and help us through it and get a resolution. I do wish the descriptions for a lot of the products were more descriptive, but that's a Turn14 problem, not a problem with the app. One thing Turn14 doesn't tell you, is that some brands do not allow product descriptions to be passed over via API, so brands like GReddy won't have good descriptions. Again, not an app issue, but something worth knowing about.
Rock Bottom Truck
Time consuming setup as expected, but user friendly, and great support. We've used others with clunky and outdated systems that actually cost more. DH2T is worth what you pay.
If I could rate 0 stars I would! This app was the biggest waste of time for me! To start with everything was working well with the app at first, or maybe it never really worked and I never noticed... After a few days on setting everything up with the app and the distributor, I got to importing products. Now my store is very simple. I focus on one vehicle model that is relatively new. There are maybe 50 direct-fit products available for this vehicle. So I have my vehicle filtering setup to import or sync all products specific to that vehicle that is specially ordered, out of stock, or in stock. About 3/4 of the products import that I know is on the distributor's site. I thought or maybe a glitch, I reached out to DHTT and they just gave me basic robot responses in other words NO HELP. So I figured the rest of the products would just take more time. So I turned off all sync settings besides sync for the UPC code. That way I can edit product titles and descriptions so these products can follow my site's standard formatting. Well, Long story short my mistake for not saving a backup. But the DHTT app actually imported the rest of the products that haven't been imported yet. But in the process, it removed all of the Brands for the products I have already edited (lost all data on those products) So I reached out to DHTT with a few example SKUs that got deleted and a brief description of what I did to help them troubleshoot what had happened. I went back and forth with DHTT for over a week and kept getting the run-around answer that the devs are still looking into it... It got to the point that my emails were being ignored and Id have to email everyone in one thread to try to get someone to respond. This was a big waste of my time and money. Wouldnt recommend this app to anyone! On a side note, If you plan on jamming all of your products into one collection and not have any type of organization or category filtering, and no ability to change titles and descriptions. This app will probably work fine for you. I did a lot of research on this app. Just look at the other companies that left reviews, look at how their products are organized on their site and also notice that non of them have their own titles or descriptions either... If you want a proper app that can do more for you and be more efficient and effective id highly recommend looking for a different app.
To summarize, the main issue was with customizing the titles and descriptions then removing the products with a filter. To help with this scenario we have added a new "Disable removal of filtered products" option in the Filters tab. This will allow the user to preview the filter report before enabling the automatic removal of products. Please try this out and let us know if it helps. Note that store owners who simply want their catalog to 'flow' with Turn 14 should not use this new feature.
We do not feel that your comments about the team ignoring you or sending robot responses were fair. The support team is definitely human and we sometimes need to ask for patience on complex issues.