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Cheap place to buy new axel
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DLdCheap place to buy axel for berlingo multispace 2004 model 
How much are they roughly
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Recon axle,imaxles,about £300 delivered
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(22-08-2016, 09:31 PM)Johny555 Wrote:  Recon axle,imaxles,about £300 delivered
Exactly 300 quid delivered last week.

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That's crazy price especially for a recon one lmfao
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(25-08-2016, 09:52 AM)Stevie berlingo lad Wrote:  That's crazy price especially for a recon one lmfao

The recon one you know what your getting with a warranty  one from a scrappy you don't know how long it will last i thought £300 was a fair price .
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I thought it was fair also, or I would not have bought it.

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(25-08-2016, 09:52 AM)Stevie berlingo lad Wrote:  That's crazy price especially for a recon one lmfao

You realise that scrapyard ones could be no better than your current one?

How much do you think would be reasonable for a back axle?
Silver Berlingo Multispace 1.4i Forte

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I didn't even think about getting a scrap axle,could just as bad as my old one,I thought 300 was a fair price for a recon ,
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(25-08-2016, 09:52 AM)Stevie berlingo lad Wrote:  That's crazy price especially for a recon one lmfao
So, what's your idea of a price that isn't crazy? A brand new one, sourced from a dealer, is likely to be 3 times that. As posted above, if you get one from a scrapper it is likely to be no better than the one you're wanting to replace.
Not the owner, just the bloke who looks after it.

ALL the owner does is drive it and put fuel in. Rolleyes
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Aren't they a bitch to fit?

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