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Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 7:51 pm

and thats including it being delivered to my door , to be honest
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Post by Flying Dutchman » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:11 pm

Am i a bad person if i tell you that 'Bottom Puelly' means something really dirty in Dutch :oops:
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Post by Mr Shiney » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:13 pm

A good deal, somebody is working a minimum wage job to do that. If I was doing them commercially rather than for fun I would want more and clearly looking at Minters price which represents a commercially done package at fifty odd quid is more like a profitable job.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:28 pm

i agree , but thats the price , i drop off my stuff at the local engineering shop,, it;s a big concern , not a small shop , but he doesn't do cranks and stuff, he true's up my old brake drums and regrinds my pulleys , £10 a go ,,, then i go to lancashire seals , he's a commercial seal seller , ( rob ) that particular size 34x47x7 is not common according to him so £9 delivered , viton obviously ,
let me know if you need his contact details
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Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:55 pm

mt bandit wrote:Well still happy with my viton seal and recon pulley for under £20.
I've got a couple that need doing matey.

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Post by Vtrsp1da » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:57 pm

You need help lard :D
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Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:58 pm

Vtrsp1da wrote:
Mr Shiney wrote:A good deal, somebody is working a minimum wage job to do that. If I was doing them commercially rather than for fun I would want more and clearly looking at Minters price which represents a commercially done package at fifty odd quid is more like a profitable job.
As Gary @ Sportax is vat registered £50.00 is not all profit £8.33 of that is vat and of course he'll have fuel money for dropping off or postal costs and of corse the cost of doing the job so £50.00 is probably not to bad when you take into account all the costs and of course he'll guarantee all his products and knowing him he has very high standards off work.
i agree , don't forget i don't have a living to earn , i'm just a guy who knows a few people and is prepared to drive to the engineering shop for free,Gary needs to earn a living or whats the point
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:59 pm

lardmarc wrote:
mt bandit wrote:Well still happy with my viton seal and recon pulley for under £20.
I've got a couple that need doing matey.

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Post by Vtrsp1da » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:04 pm

Worryingly his probably got more we don't know about
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Minter » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:04 pm

Cheers for input there Dave! Much appreciated.

I inherited a lot of pitted bottom pulleys when I bought Sportax and had them reground with a crank regrinder. I couldn't justify throwing them out!

We also sell the pulley with an R23 oil seal. We like to exchange them to keep the process on going but as I have around 40 of them, if some one does need a recon one I don't insist you send us one back.

At least the MT forum has a choice which is always a good thing..
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