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Does anybody know how i can get my computer to translate a korean site into english...i'd even take Ingrish. I think i found a korean performance site but i can't tell cuz the whole site is in korean and if i try and find the address for the site it's just a really long series of numbers letters and symbols. It's just as long as this thread. Any help?
 

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hmm 6 hours of online searching and translating.... i've found more parts for Daewoo's, Chevy's, Suzuki's, and Geo's then i've even heard mentioned on these forums in 6 months. The problem i'm having is 2 fold. A these guys aren't gonna want to ship internationally and B my translations need a little slang help... for example.

SOR
Yes
There are no more than Neuteil!


Dablander
Yes
Eintragungsfähig like all parts of Dablander.

Until 2004 still available.


Dablander
Yes
Come from Austria and were

2004 still shut.


SOR
Re only at the Daewoo dealers


Mattig
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I was told that these were sill of Mattig.

Times were possible for the e cadet. At WJ tuning includes Dinger

Zubestellen and directly for the Nexia (but then halt without TÜV?).


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No.
Also from Poland. So looks bad with TUV!


MS-Design
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There also with the 3rd Zavorno


Dablander
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Nor WJ tuning zubeziehen
 

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hmm 6 hours of online searching and translating.... i've found more parts for Daewoo's, Chevy's, Suzuki's, and Geo's then i've even heard mentioned on these forums in 6 months. The problem i'm having is 2 fold. A these guys aren't gonna want to ship internationally and B my translations need a little slang help... for example.
...Why am I seeing German looking words in there? lol.

btw TUV is used pretty much everywhere else in the World like DOT is here in the US.

There is defintely allot of parts in Korea for our cars, but all of it that I have found it stupid expensive. The only reason I could see you end up getting anything is if it's a part that would cost more to go custom for some reason. For example on prices, I couldn't find decent headers for less than $450usd and that's buying several of them. Then you factor in customs fee's, wire transfer fees, and the running around involved in international stuff.
 

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yeah that's how i ended up on that german site. it was just the one i was on at the time. There are a bunch of parts for our cars in Russia and europe too. it's like we got shafted in the aftermarket scheme of things... hmph
 

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how is it different? i get things shipped in from korea. if you mean price wise some site have the shipping to the us included
 

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iv never won an auction from korea just bought from companies. if shipping isnt listed theyll get you a quote before you buy to see if you still want to make the purchase
 
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