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Name:
Tony Ellicott (@spike64@live.co.uk)
Date:Thu 26 Feb 2015 10:33:33 GMT
Subject:great service.
 

Had a problem with Diahatsu Fourtrack starter and found this site on the net. I was looking for advice on the possible cause of problem and viability of DIY repair and spares availability. When i spoke to repairkitsUK was a lucky choice and depth and advice I was given over an extended phone call was invaluable. It was good to speak to somebody who had time for their customers and did not just quote a lot of part numbers at you but gave sound advice based on their professional experience.

This has got to be the first stop for anybody experience starter motor or alternator problems because they give good advice on possible resolutions not just based on quoting a very expensive replacement part but the most economical resolution.

Cheers,


Tony.

 
 
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Name:
Donald Gillies (dfgillies@tiscali.co.uk)
Date:Fri 06 Feb 2015 13:28:56 GMT
Subject:Denso starter service
 

Great service and great kit. First class service from Carl and also Post Office meant repair components for Ransomes CT435 Tractor ( similar to New Holland / Shibauru base chassis) arrived 18 hrs after ordering and were fitted and tractor started about 1 hr later. estimated saving £160 minimum....Excellent saving, will recommend to anyone! Many Thanks Carl

 
 
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Name:
Richard (richard-draper@live.co.uk)
Date:Fri 30 Jan 2015 13:57:52 GMT
Subject:Discovery td5
 

thank you Carl fantastic service and friendly advice top product cheers

 
 
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Name:
Barrie Watts (londonteds@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 20 Jan 2015 10:27:32 GMT
Subject:rover 75 repair kit
 

thank you Carl ,,,ordered the part yesterday and on my doorstep at 9.00 this morning , now fitted in to the starter motor and ready to be put back in the car tomorrow ,,, friendly service ,,very promt will tell every body i know thanks again regards Barrie Watts

 
 
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Name:
Aabreona (8qw8u7vhxs8@mail.com)
Date:Sat 29 Nov 2014 12:54:32 GMT
Subject:ihTgsYjGElupOrKfCdIi
 

I have pre-ordered just about every COD game thats been out since COD3, this time I couldn't do it lost my job so I've had to sell every game I had, down to 2, and I've had them for 3 mnohts just can't offord any new games so I am going to trade my last 2 games in for some cheap store credit and Gamestop and use what little money I have left on my card left over from selling all my games to them to pick me up a copy of the 1st black ops so I can atleast get SOME COD back in my life.VA:F [1.9.20_1166](from 1 vote) http://pilmtkt.com [url=http://eoiismoh.com]eoiismoh[/url] [link=http://mswdzmvlkue.com]mswdzmvlkue[/link]

 
 
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Name:
Leandro (f4dkembg@hotmail.com)
Date:Wed 26 Nov 2014 19:15:59 GMT
Subject:eQnZCcHScDNljkILDxn
 

I started to play cod since World at War, i %3Ca href="http://itnxnqf.com"%3Erellay%3C/a%3E digged it and that's why i bought a Ps3 at first. Then Mw2 came out, Black ops, Mw3 and black ops 2 is gonna come out and i'm still a big fan of the game. Lot of adrenaline and fun tricking the ennemy. All a question of how you feel during the game. Ur instincks and behavior changes the gameplay Im Supaflykiller 1000 in demo 1000 in team defender ready to kick some ass in B02. Im sure ill get the same rush like in every past games.. From love steveVA:F [1.9.20_1166](from 0 votes)

 
 
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Name:
Stince (l5msrn0o@hotmail.com)
Date:Wed 26 Nov 2014 15:40:40 GMT
Subject:HcpqKYCuPkO
 

I'm probably one of the OLDEST guys who play MW, MW 2 and Black Ops as my oledst son, (player name, Murderface99car) purchased these items for me since my 55th birthday last year. He and I hang out together playing these games as much as we possbly can between his work and my looking for a job. I have been laid off and un-emplyed since 2004 when the BOEING company gave me my walking papers. My hope is to win the drawing for the new BlackOps game so my son won't have to buy it for me. I just want to say that as a Viet-Nam era Vet the responce and friends that I have recieved playing these military formatted games has been really cool. I't freaks 99% of the players out (in a positive way) when they find out that I'm actually 55 years old. Even though I'm not very good at the games, as my hand, eye, button cordination isn't as fast as the younger guns who play, they are all really helpful and most of them do show this old fart a degree of respect and understanding regarding my level of play. The entertainment value of these games is second only to the friendships %26 conversations I have with other players through this gaming medium. Sincerely,,,,,,,Army1975Vet .VA:F [1.9.20_1166](from 0 votes) http://lsdmwio.com [url=http://kxgvixm.com]kxgvixm[/url] [link=http://zjopkau.com]zjopkau[/link]

 
 
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Name:
Sari (vwyr0siyzl@yahoo.com)
Date:Mon 24 Nov 2014 12:38:18 GMT
Subject:DQflQluaxvsuHwifo
 

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Name:
Priyyo (j30wlf57n@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 23 Nov 2014 18:18:48 GMT
Subject:GqRZqQDrTvefJqo
 

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Name:
Ronnie (ronnieret@hotmail.co.uk)
Date:Wed 22 Oct 2014 13:48:33 BST
Subject:Kia Sedona 2.9 starter motor repair kit
 

Brilliant product
Took one and a half hours to take off starter,fit solenoid kit and replace starter.
Car now starts first time again and saved a fortune not having to buy replacement starter.
Cheers Ronnie

 
 


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