Thanks for the correction. I haven't ever seen a Nissens, but I was advised by three separate sources that they were exact copies of the original Behr.
The Original Behr for my car would cost me $326, and the unbranded Behr would cost $175 + tax. Do you happen to know if the unbranded Behr comes from Wolverine? My source says that is the name on the box it comes in. Aside from that, is there any way to confirm that it is "a Behr in sheeps clothing"?
BTW, the last owner of my car just told me that the replacement in it right now was made in India...
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