MT500/350 pullers

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MT500/350 pullers

Post by 96cb7501 » Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:58 am

Hi all
I had a engineer friend of mine make me up a set of pullers for my Mt500
I aquirered quite a bit af stainless steel and as he made them on a cnc machine he used up all the steel i got .
I now have 10 sets left so if anyone is interested in a set i am selling them off at a price of 70 euro (£50 ish of your money) that will include the postage i did get a set weighed and it will cost me nearly 10 euro to post to England they are all made from 316 stainless steel and all the bolts are 8.8 grade .I have tried them all on my two engines and they fit great.
If you are interested in a set send me a private message and i can arrange payment through pay pal.
have a look at the pic and see what you think.
Jimmy
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by 96cb7501 » Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:03 pm

If any one is interested in a set please
Include your postal address and email when you pm me
Thanks Jimmy
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Mr Shiney » Tue Oct 27, 2015 10:37 pm

Similar items are available in the club shop and from PI Stalker.
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by 96cb7501 » Wed Oct 28, 2015 5:12 am

I am not trying to do the club shop out of any
Business. My friend just made me to many set
Thought he was doing me a favour. So I am just trying to offer club members a deal
Jimmy
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Minter » Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:14 am

96cb7501 wrote:I am not trying to do the club shop out of any
Business. My friend just made me to many set
Thought he was doing me a favour. So I am just trying to offer club members a deal
Jimmy
No worries Jimmy, you probably do shipping like me.. Unfortuneatly the club shop doesn't do shipping! ;) or come to meets so a good deal for anyone if your engine is half in bits! :)
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Mr Shiney » Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:26 am

Minter wrote:
96cb7501 wrote:I am not trying to do the club shop out of any
Business. My friend just made me to many set
Thought he was doing me a favour. So I am just trying to offer club members a deal
Jimmy
No worries Jimmy, you probably do shipping like me.. Unfortuneatly the club shop doesn't do shipping! ;) or come to meets so a good deal for anyone if your engine is half in bits! :)
Erm....... That's untrue Gary, the club shop ships by MyHermes every order. I try to get everything out the same day. I can't bring it to meets at the moment as I have no way of transporting it. When I get my new camper next year it has a huge garage so I will be able to bring the shop hopefully. However I do take advance orders for events.

I would also remind everyone that the club shop is for the club, all the proceeds go into running the club which includes this website that you all use for your own percunary advantage at times...... ;)

I do make stuff for members on here and as a lot of them will attest I have them make donations to the club instead of paying me.

I have no objections to anyone running a business selling parts including your good self as parts and services are the life blood of the club. But please be carfull about running down the efforts of non profit volunteers because I am pretty sure that in some small way we also provide life blood to the club as well..... :D
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97 MT350 - 500e hybrid GL 72 AA
MT604 - 350 Hybrid - Blue Thunder.... 53 KL 70
2013 Kawasaki Z1000SX
Mighty XR400
Even mightier CanAm250
Peugeot Kisbee Scoot 102cc
Ex RAF Defender 90

Why do you need so many bikes when you only have one bum? Girls eh!

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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Minter » Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:51 am

I love a good and thorough explanation! Well done Steve and well done for buying a proper camper with a garage at last! :D
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by 96cb7501 » Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:09 am

If my post is causing any hassle in the club I have no problem in removing it. I really enjoy the club forum and have got some great advice from members. I only had a few sets I didn't need and thought this was the right place to offer them for sale
Jimmy
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Minter » Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:00 am

96cb7501 wrote:If my post is causing any hassle in the club I have no problem in removing it. I really enjoy the club forum and have got some great advice from members. I only had a few sets I didn't need and thought this was the right place to offer them for sale
Jimmy
Hi Jimmy please don't be offended, you did exactly the right thing.. It was purely a bit of stick for Steve as he is and always will be ex RAF the most junior of our armed forces! ;)
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Mr Shiney » Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:44 am

Ouch..... Damn pongo.
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97 MT350 - 500e hybrid GL 72 AA
MT604 - 350 Hybrid - Blue Thunder.... 53 KL 70
2013 Kawasaki Z1000SX
Mighty XR400
Even mightier CanAm250
Peugeot Kisbee Scoot 102cc
Ex RAF Defender 90

Why do you need so many bikes when you only have one bum? Girls eh!

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