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Oh I know I always check the price of OE first and decide wether itís worth the difference (if there is one) for aftermarket. In this case I decided to take the risk Iíve had them in for at least 8k at this point with no problems. Theyíre all over eBay generic sets ranging from 25 to around $55.


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You could buy a new set every year for 6 years and still come out ahead price wise.
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Oh I know I always check the price of OE first and decide wether it’s worth the difference (if there is one) for aftermarket. In this case I decided to take the risk I’ve had them in for at least 8k at this point with no problems. They’re all over eBay generic sets ranging from 25 to around $55.


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You could buy a new set every year for 6 years and still come out ahead price wise.
I didn't want to do the job again so I bought the denso brand. Regardless it just makes me feel better. It could be the cheaper ones are just fine, but if one ever failed, I'd be pissed that I tried to save a bit.
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