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Tri Dees
Friday, February 01, 2013

THEY deal with almost all kinds of vehicle parts for Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi and more. They don't compromise on quality and have world famous brands like NSK, KOYO, Abro, Aisin, Denso, NGK, HDK and many more.

They are well-known for the lowest prices on car parts. It's Tri-Dees Spare Parts. The company's located at 29 Vitogo Parade in Lautoka and a new branch Nadi at PVV building opposite Khans Service Station, Nadi.

Tri-Dees Spare Parts assures quality in their services from the minute you walk into their shop. Customer satisfaction guaranteed.

Tri-Dees Spare Parts are direct importers and retailers as well as dealers in general spare parts, car alarm, accessories, headlights, windscreen and urethane. They also provide services for engine oil.

The company carry parts for trucks, and they just received a new shipment. They specialise in Hiace 2005 up, Vigo 2005 up, lower/top control arm, headlights, tail lights, radiator/condenser, conrod, injection pump, A/C compressor, turbo, air cleaner box and the head gas kit set.

For the Toyota Hiace KDH200, Tri-Dees Spare Parts have parts for its windscreen, suspension parts, rear drive axle, rear boot shocks, front bonnet, head lights, tail lights, turbo, head gas kit set and the air cleaner box.

The four staff at their shop will give your car their total attention and are ready to assist you for any of your car parts needs. Staff members are at hand to offer any after-hour sales for the convenience of their customers.

Contact them on 6203100, 9588760, 7073002, 914 3616 for after hour services or visit their shop today. Don't miss out, they have new stock of Hiace penal parts, carry accessories for Hiace and Hilux, do special orders on request and boast unbeaten low prices and quality.


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