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Author Subject: bottom hose for radiator
jeb

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Post #1
Need a bottom hose for radiator (Ph3) - have fitted a new aluminium radiator but now need replacement hose.
The kind with push & spring clip fitting. There are 2 small holes outside the critical joint area on the old one which leak.
Hence looking for replacement...

Anyone breaking or with a good 'un spare? Or know of reliable supplier? nb Advanced Radiators don't stock, they only
do just the rads...

thanks

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Posted 27th Aug 2019 at 19:15
pug_306

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Post #2
I bought a genuine bottom hose last month buddy. I think I paid around £25 inc vat.

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Posted 27th Aug 2019 at 19:20
jeb

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pug_306 wrote:
I bought a genuine bottom hose last month buddy. I think I paid around £25 inc vat.


Ah! the Holy Grail. Might you remember where from? P3 compatible? breaking or ebay? wd be v appreciative to know... ta

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Posted 27th Aug 2019 at 22:19
pug_306

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From a peugeot main dealer buddy :-)

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Posted 28th Aug 2019 at 07:15
S8-Tom

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Post #5
Some on eBay:

eBay £42.79
eBay £52.99 or £45.04 with code
eBay £53.63

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Posted 28th Aug 2019 at 13:11
welshpug!

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Post #6
jheeezus, profiteering w**kers!

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Posted 28th Aug 2019 at 20:57
jeb

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Post #7
All now secured thanks to Carl/mechanical_repairs who had one. Thumbs up Suddenly had brainwave to contact...

Muchas gracias to others supplying O- rings, parts nos. eBay links etc.

Forum could do with its own online parts warehouse, stock system, knowledge base, whatever, that substitutes all the content of threads in eg last year as ppl break, with a spreadsheet; anyone looking, go online & see instantly who has what, since when; when item has been taken, system deletes & increments down to zero. Column headings cd be alphabetical or keep thread categories and list within those.

So instead of posting shout " breaking, pm me with yr reqmts", breaker/supplier enters under eg wiring loom "1"., web page displays "wiring loom - 1 available -pm person z", searcher sees "1 available", click on & see who has, then pm etc. Would enable instant overall picture of state of availability within forum. If no availability, those knowing supplier bung in clicky for recommendations (right down to robbing bar stewards if you are desperate) as alt option.

Would also be useful to see where group buy would be worthwhile. Eg shortage of radiators >>>> bulk order w Advanced Radiators.

Could be a useful student project. Must be some sucker out there looking for a course project....

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Posted 28th Aug 2019 at 23:52
alcon

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Sounds like a great idea, if a little complicated! I'm not offering btw as I know nothing about databases or even spreadsheets.

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Posted 29th Aug 2019 at 12:29
welshpug!

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Post #9
nicely volunteered Jeb...

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Posted 29th Aug 2019 at 17:44
prism7guy

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Post #10
welshpug! wrote:
nicely volunteered Jeb...


Laugh my ass off

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Posted 29th Aug 2019 at 20:20
jeb

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Post #11
prism7guy wrote:
welshpug! wrote:
nicely volunteered Jeb...


Laugh my ass off


Whistle

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Posted 29th Aug 2019 at 23:53

1999 Peugeot 306 Rallye

  • 2000cc
  • Black
  • 131 miles

£900

Location: Wiltshire

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