File Import Guidelines
|Part Number||Yes||OEM part number without modifications. Buyers will not find your parts if you modify the actual OEM part number.|
|Quantity||Yes||Also referred to as an on-hand quantity. Parts with a zero on-hand quantity will not be imported.|
|Part Type||Yes||Accepted values include: New, NOS, Used and Reproduction. NOS stands for "New-Old-Stock" and are parts that have never been installed, but are older and may show signs of shelf ware.|
|OEM Licensed||No||Accepted values include: Yes or No. This describes whether the part is officially licensed by the original manufacturer.|
|Selling Price||No||If selling price is zero or not provided buyers will see a "Request Price" message.|
|List Price||No||This is the manufacturer's suggest price or similar pricing guide.|
|Description||No||Short description of the part.|
Your field names can be any name you choose. You will map your names to the RearCounter.com fields during the import.
- Import your entire inventory. Buyers are searching for everything.
- The first row should be the column name. This makes future imports faster & easier.
- Use the same file format every time. The import process will recognize the file and apply the right import settings.
- Comma Separated (CSV) files are recommended, and required with over 25,000 parts.
- Provide as many fields as you have available
- Do not combine part number and description. The two fields cannot be separated by the import process