There was a spike in the prices of spares from dealers a while back even though some where already quite steep.
I don't know why but it seems there is now a sudden and very significant drop in cost compared to even before the increase on mostly everything.
Bear this in mind because quality has remained the same, which in my view is about as good as it gets.
There are also now alternative part numbers for economy (shown with green note on SB lists), intended for 'older' vehicles.
1.4i, 2001, 3-door, China Blue
Repair safely - Drive safely
Posted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:52 am
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Where exactly are you buying from??
Does this cover Uk?
Posted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 7:30 am
Joined: Feb 24, 2010 Posts: 2596
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Location: North West Wales
Wonder if this does affect uk prices.
Had an injector seal a few months ago, exact same kit i bought about 6 months earlier for £4.80 was now £13 odd.
One Hundred million bazillion gatrillion pink rupee's
Shut it u stupid little f**k, what's the point in posting in all my treads being such a c***? Least I can afford a gti180, and to get the cam belt done!
So apparently everyone knows my financial situation? If I wanted a 180 I would have bought a 180 simples
2003 - 206 GTi 138 - Moonstone Blue
2003 - 406 Coupé 2.2 HDi SE - Hyperion Blue
2000 - 206 2L HDi D-Turbo ECO - Cherry Red
1999 - 306 GTi-6 - Blue (haven't worked out if it's Nile or China yet)
1987 - 205 GTi 1.9 - Graphite Gray
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