Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

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Postby Paul.P » Sat 23.08.2008, 07:57

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Postby Jackonicko » Sat 23.08.2008, 11:45

I just cut and pasted from the last post I could see. Wasn't trying to push in.

How's the poor bugger going to get all this lot across? Should we club together and pay the carriage charge for another suitcase!
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Postby Nobby » Sat 23.08.2008, 15:43

Jackonicko wrote:I just cut and pasted from the last post I could see. Wasn't trying to push in.

How's the poor bugger going to get all this lot across? Should we club together and pay the carriage charge for another suitcase!


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Need to move cutoff

Postby tigerdog » Tue 26.08.2008, 01:29

When originally setting the deadline, I didn't recognise 1 September is a holiday here in the US. In order to give the Kingsborne folks adequate time to create our wiring, I'd like to move the cutoff to 27 August (this coming Wednesday.) Hopefully this will give them enough time to meet our needs. If this is a major headache, please PM me and I'll try to figure something out.
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Re: Need to move cutoff

Postby Monty » Tue 26.08.2008, 11:11

tigerdog wrote:When originally setting the deadline, I didn't recognise 1 September is a holiday here in the US. In order to give the Kingsborne folks adequate time to create our wiring, I'd like to move the cutoff to 27 August (this coming Wednesday.) Hopefully this will give them enough time to meet our needs. If this is a major headache, please PM me and I'll try to figure something out.



Think 18 sets is enough to be carrying over :wink:
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby tigerdog » Thu 28.08.2008, 21:59

Hello! Just a quick update - I've placed the order with Kingsborne according to the last list, above. 10 sets red, 7 blue and 1 yellow. Kingsborne have agreed to throw in separators as well: two 2-hole separators (as the wires come out of the engine stacked) and two 4-hole separators, to spread them out and nicely align them as they reach the coils. I'll pick them up next week and get them ready for their journey to Hethel. The price is as mentioned before; I'll have the exact amount per set once I pick them up and pay sales tax. Import duty, should I have to pay, will be additional at whatever tariff your government wishes to levy. See you soon!
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby router » Thu 28.08.2008, 22:08

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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby tigerdog » Fri 29.08.2008, 19:18

router wrote:11. Router - Red ---- C/O Gareth Elanman let me know the total cost and ill paypal you the cash.

Will do, Router.
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby Nobby » Thu 04.09.2008, 17:07

Can someone tell me payment details :-D I want to pay up, if thats okay :D
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby abmunro » Thu 04.09.2008, 18:30

I would like to know if someone from the North could collect mine for me.

I think he is waiting to see if customs charge any import duty 1st.


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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby Gee0 » Thu 04.09.2008, 21:39

Hi

Just a thought, These are comming in at aprox £12.80 ( plus duty if nabed)

I suggest we say £15 plus duty if nabed, and the ballance goes into the LEC kitty?

Any thoughts (should it be a little more? :roll: )
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 04.09.2008, 22:57

abmunro wrote:I would like to know if someone from the North could collect mine for me.

Mr. Itch will be at the BBQ Tony. :poke:
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Payment in cash at Hethel preferred

Postby tigerdog » Fri 05.09.2008, 05:51

Sorry for the radio silence - my day-job seems to have gotten in the way of my life this week. Anyway, I received a call from Kingsborne and will be picking up the wire sets tomorrow. Easiest way will simply be to pay me in cash at Hethel, if that's OK. It'll save me from highway robbery at the currency exchange (at least in one direction) and eliminate the need for paypal surcharges, etc. I'll know the exact amount when I collect the lot tomorrow. And duty on top of that, if any, so I really won't know the final-final amount until I arrive in on your fair shores.
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby abmunro » Fri 05.09.2008, 09:14

Geoff I dont think Dee Aitch is going now...

Anyone else or could someone send me them.

Obviously I will pay P&P etc
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby Monty » Fri 05.09.2008, 11:54

abmunro wrote:Geoff I dont think Dee Aitch is going now...

Anyone else or could someone send me them.

Obviously I will pay P&P etc


Tony,

I think Dave is going but just for the BBQ on the saturday, send him a PM. If he`s not going i could pick them up for you :wink:
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 05.09.2008, 13:10

:agree:
That's why GeoffSmith wrote:Mr. Itch will be at the BBQ Tony.

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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby abmunro » Fri 05.09.2008, 19:46

OK I'll get me coat :oops: :oops:
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby tigerdog » Sat 06.09.2008, 20:33

All wire sets have been gathered from Kingsborne, labeled with their purchaser's name, packed up and are ready to go. Kingsborne threw in spacers (two 2-wire and two 4-wire) at no additional charge and did not charge tax since they're going out of the country. Assuming I can walk through the green aisle with a smile on my face and a bag on my shoulder, we'll come in right at 12.75 each.
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby Gee0 » Sat 06.09.2008, 21:25

Just one thing you may want to think about.

How will that look on X-Ray going through security? :roll:

A little dodgy me thinks (so be prepared to answer some questions from them. Get your story straight :!: )
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Re: Kingsborne 8mm wires - *** New August 27th Deadline ***

Postby ailwyn » Sat 06.09.2008, 21:48

I'm assuming they will be checked in and therefore if anyone is suspicious they'll open the bag to take a look, I would suggest you pack your alarm clock in a different case :)
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