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Hi all,

I am in need of a new timing belt kit for my van in a hurry and wondered if anyone can recommend a supplier?

Cheers,

MC :thumbsup:
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These have been found to be reliable MC :

http://www.eurocarparts.com/timing-belt-kit
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Cheers Jeffers :thumbsup:

I notice they have a branch in Aberdeen as well, will give them a ring on Monday to see if they have what I need in stock Wink

(26-01-2013, 04:20 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  These have been found to be reliable MC :

http://www.eurocarparts.com/timing-belt-kit
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I have not experienced joy with ECP; they showed a gutless attitude to customer service after selling me a used oxygen sensor. Seriously, a used sensor, complete with greasy fingerprints. :eek: Clearly some shonk had swapped the one they bought and returned the old one for credit, as the box had a restocking mark on it. A mate who runs a small Citroën indie in St-Leonards-on-Sea was also jagged a while back and no longer supports them.

By contrast, I have had a dispute with Neat Car Parts but it was over VAT on exports - not their product quality, which I consider consistently quite good.
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(27-01-2013, 08:56 AM)addo Wrote:  I have not experienced joy with ECP; they showed a gutless attitude to customer service after selling me a used oxygen sensor. Seriously, a used sensor, complete with greasy fingerprints. :eek: Clearly some shonk had swapped the one they bought and returned the old one for credit, as the box had a restocking mark on it. A mate who runs a small Citroën indie in St-Leonards-on-Sea was also jagged a while back and no longer supports them.

By contrast, I have had a dispute with Neat Car Parts but it was over VAT on exports - not their product quality, which I consider consistently quite good.
Like most UK national networks the service varies on a store by store basis. Some are dire and some are excellent. The same can be said for many other trade outlets: Wickes and Screwfix come to mind.
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