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 Post subject: PETROL TANK SENDER UNIT
PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 11:16 pm 
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HI ALL HAS ANYONE GOT A SENDER UNIT FOR A VARIANT TANK FOR SALE OR KNOW WHERE I CAN GET ONE OR DOES ANY ONE KNOW IF A BEETLE ONE FITS THANKS :smt012 JOHN.


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 Post subject: re sender
PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2007 5:04 pm 
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:smt017 sorry mate not me, not sure if beetle same, come on you techy boffins the guy needs help. .........Darren :smt003 :smt003

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This is another post I'd replied to but it vanished :smt017

I think the Beetle one will fit ok but not sure if it will be either the same length or slightly shorter :smt017
Best off buying new here because I paid £35 for one 7 years ago from T3 Detectives only to find it was buggered as well and there was no chance of money back from them :smt013
Get in touch with Heritage or Coolair as they should be able to shed some light on the matter and give you price of new unit :smt012

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your post as disapeared and johns sender has dissappeared.Tidy that garage john :lmao

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:smt013 :smt013 :smt013 My sender aint in the garage, the fairys must of knicked it :lmao :lmao

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hi i found a variant breaking for spares in brum :smt003 just hope it works.just like to say many thanks to mark turner for the use of his tools at rtths :smt012 he is one of the most genuine guys ive ever met and his car is a credit to him.my car is back on the road all sorted it got back no problem once again cheers mark. :smt038


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 Post subject: re johns post
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:smt012 No problem mate just glad to be the helper and not the helpee this time as last year it was my turn and paul summers came to my aid, top man, any time john and tracey, glad you enjoyed the weekend, hope we werent too noisey , good to meet you both again too, :smt012 :smt020

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