Starter motor refurbishment service.

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cybercarl wrote:
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I'm 5'8 does that count. :lol:

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in the past mr d ember did me a big favour, and I haven't forgotten it, hence the discount..... :thumbup:
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agentpineapple wrote:in the past mr d ember did me a big favour, and I haven't forgotten it, hence the discount..... :thumbup:
Hey no special treatment. All I did was discover the fairing company you were dealing with had vaporised into thin air. BTW did you get to the bottom of that saga??

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darkember wrote:
agentpineapple wrote:in the past mr d ember did me a big favour, and I haven't forgotten it, hence the discount..... :thumbup:
Hey no special treatment. All I did was discover the fairing company you were dealing with had vaporised into thin air. BTW did you get to the bottom of that saga??
sadly I didn't, ebay and paypal wouldn't help me, the thing that pisses me off, was the guy must have known he was going out of business..... :twisted:
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Marty popped over to my place today to see how the fighter project was going, he asked to have a quick look at my starter motor.

It was apart in a few minutes but the outer nut and bolts where the cable fits were rusty and shot to bits, it took a while to dremmel it but the bolt still shears off :thumbdown:

Marty has kindly offered to refurb mine, and having seen the hassle he had he is offering a fantastic service,
It was nice to see all the bits and workings, fair play to the pineapple :thumbup:
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Great work Marty. Will you be doing speedo,s in the very near Future!
missing the noise, not the vibes. However never say never!

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bigtwinthing wrote:Great work Marty. Will you be doing speedo,s in the very near Future!
no...... :lol:
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Excellent. Ill attack mine with some spanners tomorrow and be in touch!

I take it its paypal? or bank transfer?

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