On or around Wed, 29 Jun 2005 07:44:10 +0000 (UTC), beamendsltd
<email@example.com> enlightened us thusly:
>cough! Nearer £30.00 for rears, £45 for the front (those are actualy
>the CV joints on most vehicles except early Discovery I and Range
>Rover Classic). £6 or 8 for the dive flanges.
are your 45-quid CVJs better quality than Paddocks elcheapos? The verdict
I've heard on the cheap ones from Paddock is along the lines of "they're OK
for 25 quid" - in other words, not the best quality. But then again, you
can buy a fair few 25-quid ones for the amount LR want for a genuine part.
Idle interest, natch. I'm just plotting to get rid of all the discos...
In due course (a month or so) we may be looking at selling a '95 300 TDi.
Nice though it is, it's expensive to run for the amount of space inside, and
is not really being used to full capacity. Such things as the Citroen
Berlingo have as muhc interior space, considerably better fuel consumption
and if you get the one with the HDi engine, only cost 135 a year in road
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.fsnet.co.uk
my opinions are just that
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