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Old 07-26-2017, 10:15 AM   #11
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I think they figure people will pay up if it's a critical safety system.
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I think they figure people will pay up if it's a critical safety system.
Yeah that too.
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Ordered from two sources. ECS Tuning had crazy high prices on Zimmermann rear rotors. Total, 4 discs & pads, 2 sensor wires, 4 set screws = $469 shipped. Not bad for a large, modern-ish luxo car.
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