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Posting a bosch pump?
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Ive found a pump and it may be cheaper to get it posted to me. Its been stored full of fuel but needs.to.be empty to be posted. What do people think pick it up or get it posted
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Just bung the lines with bolts and send it full. Have sent pumps like this before, just obviously make sure its wrapped in as many layers of shit as possible!
Doesnt even own a 306.
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Ive asked Chris_90 if he would bung the lines up to send if not ive got a six hour drive there and back to pick it up.
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Hes a good lad, cant see it being an issue :p
Doesnt even own a 306.
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There's no fuel in pipe on it to bung up other wise I would I will happily send it full of derv and wrap it in bags to stop it pouring out maybe but doubt it's gonna stay in side pump Undecided



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How much rougly to post one its gonna cost me about half a tank there and back along with six hours drive. But then its full of fuel.
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(19-05-2014, 08:02 PM)tombarnard1989 Wrote: How much rougly to post one its gonna cost me about half a tank there and back along with six hours drive. But then its full of fuel.

I will get price tomorrow for you when I can get on pc, obviously if you want 24 hour post will be a few more quid no doubt.



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Right its in my head im having this one. Rather buy off here than eebay.i just need to know a couple of things. Woodruff key from a n/a pump do as I can get one and banjo size I require?
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(19-05-2014, 08:12 PM)tombarnard1989 Wrote: Right its in my head im having this one. Rather buy off here than eebay.i just need to know a couple of things. Woodruff key from a n/a pump do as I can get one and banjo size I require?

I belive the na woodruff key is smaller, I believe the banjo size is m12 x 1.5 but don't hold me to that hopefully some one will confirm



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Ill buy a key off pug then. The banjo shouldnt be an issue ill have one at work somewhere
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