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rexy

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Post #76
when are you looing at getting them made rich?

Put be down for a set, I need to get some Solid rear mounts asap as well.
Posted 6th Feb 2008 at 00:56
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Posted 6th Feb 2008 at 00:59
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Post #78
Chaps,

I'm getting a batch of 5 sets priced up as we speak, and hopefully the prices will come back OK and I can order the reduced quantity.

So hopefully I can start getting these made as soon as I have 5+ buyers..

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Posted 8th Feb 2008 at 17:20
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one more needed Thumbs up

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Posted 8th Feb 2008 at 17:21
rich_w

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Post #80
Anyone else?!

Will be sending a PM out to people regarding payment etc shortly.

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Posted 20th Feb 2008 at 17:50
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Post #81
Are these suitable to put on a Rally Car doing Road Rallies if they are put me down for a set

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Posted 20th Feb 2008 at 20:20
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Post #82
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Are these suitable to put on a Rally Car doing Road Rallies if they are put me down for a set


I think they would cope fine - they are extremely strong and over-engineered compared to the standard items. They've not been tested under road rally conditions but i've sold lots for track cars and never had a problem or never had a set develop play. The bearings are all of the sealed variety, even the needle rollers, so I think they would be OK. The 'P' bushes have a grease nipple, so keep them well greased and they should last pretty much infinitely.

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Posted 23rd Feb 2008 at 20:08
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Posted 23rd Feb 2008 at 20:08
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Post #84
hi Do u have any left would be interested in a set for my new rally car any feed back with reguards to this use
thanks
Posted 23rd Feb 2008 at 23:56
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Post #85
Any body now where to get metal rose jointed drop links and has any body done a rose jointed lower ball joint for wish bones
Posted 24th Feb 2008 at 00:10
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Post #86
rallying wrote:
Any body now where to get metal rose jointed drop links and has any body done a rose jointed lower ball joint for wish bones


Phillipm has made batches of rose-jointed droplinks. Wink

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Posted 24th Feb 2008 at 00:27
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Post #87
rich_w wrote:
tonto100 wrote:
Are these suitable to put on a Rally Car doing Road Rallies if they are put me down for a set


I think they would cope fine - they are extremely strong and over-engineered compared to the standard items. They've not been tested under road rally conditions but i've sold lots for track cars and never had a problem or never had a set develop play. The bearings are all of the sealed variety, even the needle rollers, so I think they would be OK. The 'P' bushes have a grease nipple, so keep them well greased and they should last pretty much infinitely.


You will have no problems with these on road rallys, the amount of grief ive given mine you wouldnt believe & when i took the car for its mot the inspector could not believe how solid they were ie zero playThumbs up

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Posted 24th Feb 2008 at 00:56
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Posted 25th Feb 2008 at 17:52
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Post #89
midlife wrote:


You will have no problems with these on road rallys, the amount of grief ive given mine you wouldnt believe & when i took the car for its mot the inspector could not believe how solid they were ie zero playThumbs up

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Thanks Wayne - I could say the same about my car also Yes

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Posted 25th Feb 2008 at 17:58
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Posted 25th Feb 2008 at 18:30
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Post #91
Interested! what is the final price we'd be looking at?
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Posted 25th Feb 2008 at 18:43
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Post #92
£210 inc. delivery via courier Smile

I've just sent everyone a PM who is on the list above regarding payment etc.

MCH - give me a PM if you decide to go for these Wink

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Posted 25th Feb 2008 at 19:09
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Post #93
Deposits next week for these please chaps

W/C 7th March Yes

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Posted 2nd Mar 2008 at 15:36
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Post #94
1) Dean
2) Stuart638 - Deposit Paid
3) PinkFloyd - Deposit Paid
4) Rexy
5) Tonto100
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Posted 6th Mar 2008 at 21:28
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Post #95
Chaps,

Payment for the Roller Bearing Wishbone Bush Kit is due by 15th March

This ties in with the SC Kits, so the order will go off to the engineers at the same time, which should work well.

Payment can be made by bank transfer, cheque, or PayPal [buyer to pay fees].

As stated before these are made to order - so no money, no wishbone bushes!

Any problems, please PM me Yes

Cheers

Rich

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Posted 3rd Mar 2008 at 20:17
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Post #96
paid cheers mate
Posted 14th Mar 2008 at 11:43
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updated list?

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Posted 14th Mar 2008 at 15:34
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Post #98
Here we go:

1. Pinkfloyd Deposit paid
2. Stuart638 Paid in full
3. Yanni Pending payment
4. MCH Deposit paid
5. Joker Pending payment
6. Rexy Paid in full

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Posted 14th Mar 2008 at 16:42
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Post #99
Need a set myself ASAP

As long as they will fit a 2002 306 HDi Estate

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Posted 20th Mar 2008 at 00:58
rich_w

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Post #100
The materials for these have now been delivered - and engineers are starting the machining this week.

I would imagine they will be 2-3 weeks from now - the machine work takes a while, then there's welding, plating, and final assembly.

I trust this is OK chaps.

Cheers

Rich


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