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Where To Get The BEst Priced Civic Spares In Abu Dhabi?

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Hi.

Need to change the front shock absorbers for my Civi 2008 LXI.

Located in Abu Dhabi. What will be the best place/store to buy reasonably priced spares???

Regards

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To be honest, I dont know much about Abu Dhabi as I briefly stayed there for couple of months in past. You can actually drive to mussaffa area and walk around to get quick quote on your job. In Abu Dhabi, Mussaffah is the only place where you will find all the mechanics and spare part shop spread into few industrial area blocks.

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