panel remanufacture 2015

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#21 Post by jimd » Sat Feb 28, 2015 10:57 am

Hello Lloyd,
I'll see you tomorrow, look forward to seeing some fruits of your labours..
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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#22 Post by Mike Stevens » Mon Mar 02, 2015 12:47 pm

Lloydpiestate wrote:tried to attatch one to this post, but it wasnt allowed ?
Hi Lloyd,

It was good to see you yesterday. I hope you are OK - I understand you weren't feeling too well?

I've created a PDF version of the order form, uploaded here!

Speak soon.

Cheers,
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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#23 Post by Lloydpiestate » Sun Mar 15, 2015 5:26 am

hi all,

i've finally had the 7/8th mk2 front wing price and it is £470.

sorry about the increase, but its out of my hands.

for those of you that have placed an order, can you please let me know which varient of panel you want, once i have heard from you all, i can place the order.

many thanks

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#24 Post by Steve G » Mon Mar 16, 2015 9:40 pm

Hi Lloyd

There doesn't seem much point getting the 7/8ths wings done providing the full ones aren't that much more is anyone else other then me interested anyway ?

Is there any way you can find out the height the 1/2 wings will be for sure ? Obviously if they are high enough to replace all of the previous repair on my drivers wing it won't be a problem I just wanted to avoid fitting a repair panel onto a little bit of previous repair panel.

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#25 Post by leesellars » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:36 am

Full wings would be best for me.

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#26 Post by badger » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:41 pm

I tend to agree, what's the point in 7/8 wings, it seems to make sense to go for either half or full? (No offence meant Lloyd) Which is why I have changed my order to one front and rear half wing. As long as no one decides to crash into me I shouldn't need a full wing hopefully!!
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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#27 Post by Steve G » Tue Mar 17, 2015 9:09 pm

I just read my message again I hope you didn't take my 'whats the point' comment in a negative way. What I meant was that the money could be better spent on other panels if it's only me that wanted them. I say them but it would only be the drivers side one as it's that one causing the problem.

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#28 Post by Lloydpiestate » Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:07 pm

hi ade and steve,

no offence taken, straight talking just the way i like it !

the only reason i carried on with the 7/8th wing & price, was simply because that is what everyone that has placed an order, has paid for, but now we have cheaper alternatives, orders will change im guessing, and dont forget the 7/8 wing did start out as a half wing, its only because i did a deal with the old manufacturer that the half wing changed to the 7/8 wing.

just read your pm ade, no problem at all, AND WITH ALL CHANGED ORDERS, I WILL MAKE ANY MONETARY DIFFERENCES KNOW OR REFUNDED, AT THE TIME OF ORDER PLACEMENT, AND TALKING OF WHICH, i am still awaiting conformation from some that have ordered for 7/8th wings on what varient of panel they require, can you please let me know so i can place the order with the manufacturer, many thanks.

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#29 Post by Mike Stevens » Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:23 pm

I sent you a direct email about my wings - did you get it OK Lloyd?

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Re: panel remanufacture 2015

#30 Post by Steve G » Fri Mar 20, 2015 8:00 pm

Hi Lloyd, I've just sent an email to you with some pictures attached. I can add them on here if you are having problems.
For the extra £25 it just makes sense to buy a full wing over the 7/8 one, if you don't want all of it cut the new wing back a bit. I think having gone that far I would just fit the whole thing though.

I think I will end up going for the half wings as it will give me a better chance of repairing the arches again in the future should I need to.

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