The only country their on-line ordering comes up with is USA - Their prices
were higher than some others and by teh time freight and other import costs
are added, most US sources are just not worth the delays and at most save
just a few $$.
That is why I asked about "Source of Brake Pads and Rotors in CANADA" - I
did find one in Vancouver - http://www.netcomparts.com/ - Prices seemed
Several times I have bought brake pads for a 240D in California at a
regular auto parts dealer. They cost less than half the MBZ prices and
are equal quality. The only difference is that there wasn't a place on
the pad to insert the little terminals that signal when the brake lining
is very thin. I just inspect them now and again.
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