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We manufacture genuine oem brake pads for various models, such as Corolla, Camry, Highlander, and more. You can provide us with the OE numbers according to your requirements. If you have your own brand, you can use your packaging. If not, we can offer free design services to enhance your brand impact. In addition to Toyota brakes models, we have a total of 2351 brake pad models covering Japanese, Korean, American, European, and Chinese-made vehicles. We also offer both semi-metallic and ceramic brake pads, as well as GG-grade performance brake pads compliant with international standards. Contact us for pricing details and more information.

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Hi Garry,

How are you? I did a comprehensive search on your website and noticed that consumers could not "potentially"purchase products on your website. Here's a little run down on Mypafway.

Mypafway is an automotive parts search engine, portal consisting of many different applications. Mypafway consists of an automotive parts search engine, allowing users the ability to search and buy auto parts. In addition, Mypafway has a Comparison-Shopping Application, that allows consumers and clients the ability to compare shop for auto parts and auto accessories. What makes Mypafway special is the fact that we market, promote, and sell your automotive parts and accessories on an e-commerce platform that just makes financial sense.  What separates Mypafway from its competitors, from the likes of Amazon, eBay, Alibaba, or Kijiji is that there aren't any hidden fees. You either pay a monthly fee or you can select a commission based program. That's it. It's simple yet effective. I've been in the auto industry for quite some time and the passion for the business runs through my veins.

One of the benefits of using Mypafway as a platform is that there aren't any barriers to entry when it comes to generating online traffic with over a million of potential users.

Best Regards,
Michael Lyons
 

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