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when deal with reliable autoparts seller - Asvela rocks!!!


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recently i have purchased the con rod bearings for client's  renault master van 2 2004 and was my fault that i selected the incorrect size, my client needed oversize and we noticed that too late when the parcel arrived (pretty fast by the way). I contacted their support and was so lucky since they agreed to exchange the items even after fact that i open the wrapper :/ guys are awesome, promised to thank them again and share my story with forum visitors.  They have account on ebay http://stores.ebay.co.uk/ASVELA-Parts  and can be reached in chat, this feature is at their direct site shop.asvela.com  . I will be so gladly glad if my experience helps others to contact the most reliable seller on autoparts market ! 

Please share your thoughts in comments, would be so interesting to  get acquainted!🙂

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