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Front and rear bumpers of various brands of automobiles


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We manufacture and export bumpers, leaf boards, mid-grid, grilles, lower guard boards . The quality is the same as the original parts. The price is much cheaper than that of the original manufacturer.

please contact me for detail information. website:  www.bumpers.com.tw

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