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It's bit different story for me cos just go in there tell them where I work and ask them for trade price just cash account (or text my mate who's working there and he rings me back with price). All depend on location too I guess as Peterborough euro is quite helpful and from what I know Kettering for example is useless... Oh and I was quite surprised that they can get exedy or act clutches didn't ask for price thoug...@nomad wrote:I never pay full price in euro's also there internet prices and shop prices are different internet price always being the cheapest so either click and collect from the store or double check before you pay ....they are legally obliged to stand by there internet price but you must say in the shop if you go in there otherwise they will charge normal price ... so either click and collect or if not go in the shop and ask the price and tell them its cheaper on the net .... this is straight from the chap who works in eurocarparts ....
@mc_hawkings24 wrote:The ppg 3rd/4th selector fork was 180quid when i looked 5months ago if thats what your after aswell? price isn't on there now.
@PartyPete wrote:Does any body know what the price is for the Ppg billet forks delivered to the UK are as it doesn't seem to list the prices for the pulsar stuff on the web?! Are there any other options for billet forks other than ppg? Think I'm going to be forking out for a full quaife set, been doing my research, people moan, about quaife, people rate them, people moan about ppg, people rate them, people moan about par, people rate them, at least quaife is in the UK, parts can be had easily, and it's not going to cost me the earth. But if I'm doing it I guess I'm going to need the billet selectors as from experience the power all ways seems to find the next weakest point which in this case I guess will be the selectors! I'll also be treating it to a gear box brace. My bank account is going to be feeling sad
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@Mr B wrote:Why don't you use the par 3<>4 selector .
I have that on my straightcut syncro kit & don't recall them being excessively short, price has gone up a lot though as couple years back par was less than half the cost of ppg shifter.
par kit is pretty good in my opinion, good manufacture & design for the price, gears & shaft splines are tougher than quaife & it gives box casing less stress too plus it little cheaper (quite bit cheaper in asia), you can choose custom ratios at no extra cost & spares are readily available .
@Mr B wrote:your pic is ppg as that ppg p/n stamped in the fork although in different location than ones I seen in past, normally have a ppg stamp too . possibly design of fork been changed during it's production time !
For a standard box I would look at doing steel machined/fabricated forks as reasonably easy do & way cheaper than current billet fork pricing .
If you're trying to ship something from my old country here let me know I'll see if any of my mates can do it somehow cheaper...@PartyPete wrote:I've been scouring the websites, par has a distributor in Poland (as Mr b said) I have emailed them, they have a price for a 1st to 4th dog engagement set and it's £2273 (converted at the current exchange rate zloty to pounds) but no price for a synchromesh set, I will see what they say about both prices posted to the UK, but even for a dog engagement set that's bloody cheap compared to quiafe! And the synchromesh set will be cheaper, I'll be interested to see how much.
I like the idea of a dog box, never driven one, but done a lot of reading, watching videos etc, I'm sort of tempted by it but at the same time thinking it may be a daft idea....people's thoughts?
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