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Fake Brembo calipers on ebay.

Just a warning to some of the guys out there, if its too good to be true....... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Radia...Q5fAccessories
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Front...Q5fAccessories

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Thats what I said! They offer fake gold Brembo calipers for $50 each, and a whole lot of fake master cylinders. Its kinds easy to spot a fake, just check country of the seller.

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Thats what I said! They offer fake gold Brembo calipers for $50 each, and a whole lot of fake master cylinders. Its kinds easy to spot a fake, just check country of the seller.
and serial numbers.. They even look the wrong shape ..

Advise is to buy only from BREMBO direct or through one of their approved suppliers..

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Thats what I said! They offer fake gold Brembo calipers for $50 each, and a whole lot of fake master cylinders. Its kinds easy to spot a fake, just check country of the seller.
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LOL. My point exactly

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A while back someone was selling brembo covers on ebay.....yep a slip over cover that said Brembo.....what jackass would buy that
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I remember that, they were fiberglass covers you glued to your calipers to make them look like Brembos, lol!

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I remember that, they were fiberglass covers you glued to your calipers to make them look like Brembos, lol!

I have two sets for sale if anyone is interested.

Just PM me.
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Lol!!!!!!!

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