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Austin Shackles <austinNOSPAM@ddol-las.net> wrote:
> On or around Mon, 26 Sep 2005 16:55:17 +0000 (UTC), beamendsltd
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> enlightened us thusly:
> >> Blimey!
> >> I shall sort an order out in a bit. I assume they're all on your website?
> >er, (checks....), they will be later today!
> I did have a look, found most of 'em.
> dunno if it's possible, and you may have already considered and rejected
> this, but...
> all the bits that make up the fittings for (say) series door top would be
> dead handy if they were grouped in a bunch in the list. Other possibilities
> like grouping all the wiper bits, say, and all the lights, and suchlike. I
> don't see you need an actual section, as such, so a lot of the stuff could
> go in "trim", but be grouped within that list, so that once you find (say)
> the furry window channel you've found all the door top bits and bobs.
I agree 100% - I'm doing it now for all parts, it just takes a hell
of a long time. If you have a look at Defender->Engines you can see
where I'm going - the pages on the site pretty much match the parts
books, and every part is listed (bar some nuts and bolts).
I've just finished Defender->Brakes->Handbrake Levers And Cables, and
when the other half of the Defender book is done then Series II/III
is next....... only about 30,000 parts to go (13,397 so far).
I'm going to list everything for all vehicles, but unlike some I'll
be saying if something is NLA, and all the part number supercessions
will follow through. Pity there's no change of getting permission to
use the LR drawings though.
When the new A9Home computer is launched later this month I'll be able
to do some at home as well to speed things up......... but by
God it's boring!
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