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P.I.STAKER
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stainless fittings

Post by P.I.STAKER » Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:09 pm

hi,

i have now catologued all the stainless fittings for our mt500's and mt350's.

the 500 i have done whilst doing my own rebuild.

the 350 i have done by going through the commercial parts list(yes i know its sad)
these can be supplied in kits.
i have listed in kit form, via the parts catalogue in sections 1 - 15

these include 95% of all the fittings required.

thanks to all members for there assistance.

if you require anything pm me.
discounts for bulk orders etc

can also supply oddball sizes and limited imperial sizes.
jubilee clips, threaded bar, grease nipples, self tappers, etc (all stainless)

regards
george
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by bth2bth2 » Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:14 pm

could this post be made perminant somewhere so it doesnt get lost.


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Re: stainless fittings

Post by ellrider » Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:28 pm

bth2bth2 wrote:could this post be made perminant somewhere so it doesnt get lost.


brian
You can always ask Eric where it was, he'll have a little moan and tell you where you should be looking but he will always help you.

He is the 4th emergency service and a very nice man. :twisted:
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by Wirralman » Fri Jan 18, 2013 3:05 pm

By popular request this is now an Announcement at the head of the Members MT Produce section.

Whether this will drag it too high so that it isn't noticed is to be seen................. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by worz » Fri Jan 18, 2013 3:06 pm

ellrider wrote:
bth2bth2 wrote:could this post be made perminant somewhere so it doesnt get lost.


brian
You can always ask Eric where it was, he'll have a little moan and tell you where you should be looking but he will always help you.

He is the 4th emergency service and a very nice man. :twisted:
Maybe we could change the search button to ASK ERIC
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by Wirralman » Fri Jan 18, 2013 3:12 pm

Maybe we could change the search button to ASK ERIC
NO NO, you are all big boys (or so you claim !!) so you can look things up for yourselves :idea: :idea:

PS I've have heard that our Llanelli chapter is not so big in the cold weather though...............
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by Roey » Fri Jan 18, 2013 5:01 pm

Wirralman wrote:[

PS I've have heard that our Llanelli chapter is not so big in the cold weather though...............

We he reckons today he has 9 inches (or is that the snow he was talking about?)
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by ellrider » Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:20 pm

worz wrote:
ellrider wrote:
bth2bth2 wrote:could this post be made perminant somewhere so it doesnt get lost.


brian
You can always ask Eric where it was, he'll have a little moan and tell you where you should be looking but he will always help you.

He is the 4th emergency service and a very nice man. :twisted:
Maybe we could change the search button to ASK ERIC
Or 118, easy to remember..............................it's his age.
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by Roy W » Sat Feb 02, 2013 9:50 pm

Getting back on thread (excuse the pun)

I received a full pack of stainless fasteners from George yesterday for a 500. Having had a chance to go through them today I can honestly say that George has pulled a blinder. Included was a complete list of each component and it's place, along with what washer/nut etc fitted there.

It will certainly make the build easier, thanks George
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Re: stainless fittings

Post by SKAGS MCC » Sun Feb 03, 2013 8:35 am

George, have you thought about those of us with a 604, as I may be tempted to buy a set, subject to costs inc post
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