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New head gasket from stationary engine parts....

Post by ED3229 on Wed Apr 03 2013, 14:10

It was ordered 8pm Monday 1st April and arrived today at 1pm.......I ordered via their Ebay shop got to be a record Very Happy

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Re: New head gasket from stationary engine parts....

Post by davelister on Wed Apr 03 2013, 17:29

there very good,i get loads off them and postage is usually instant.

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Post by blackvanman on Wed Apr 03 2013, 20:00

davelister wrote:there very good,i get loads off them and postage is usually instant.
unless you order by phone.....Sad
I'm guessing they must have a seperate department for ebay sales Wink

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Re: New head gasket from stationary engine parts....

Post by stationary stu on Thu Apr 04 2013, 13:10

Sounds like a good service, now over to Andy to get it fitted. Very Happy Laughing Laughing Laughing and only 2 days to do it in.

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Re: New head gasket from stationary engine parts....

Post by ED3229 on Thu Apr 04 2013, 13:40

stationary stu wrote:Sounds like a good service, now over to Andy to get it fitted. Very Happy Laughing Laughing Laughing and only 2 days to do it in.

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Had a stab and fitted it myself after watching very good video on Youtube Very Happy



Still needed Andy to set tappets and help change the oil.... Embarassed

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Re: New head gasket from stationary engine parts....

Post by stationary stu on Thu Apr 04 2013, 13:57

Ed there's a lot of help/information on You Tube about engines and rebuilding them. I use it a lot to see how there engines sound compaired to mine and try to set mine the same as theres as mine never run right at first Very Happy Laughing Laughing Laughing

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