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Old 29 Jul 2009, 07:05 am
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Before buying used auto parts, a buyer should look for a mismatched logo that looks suspicious and some thing different from original. This will avoid buying duplicate auto parts. Auto parts can be easy to duplicate, so a buyer should buy auto parts from a genuine dealer.
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Old 31 Jul 2009, 08:36 am
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Default Re: Tips to buy used auto parts

Thanks for your nice tip
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