Re: [DML] Re:Rear main seal double lip
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Re: [DML] Re:Rear main seal double lip

You are not missing anything. Matters not to me how it came about.
Just trying to answer the original poster's question. Obviously if
John had these made special he would have bragged about such an
undertaking. Anyway, who cares where they come from, these new parts
should last at least another 20 to 25 years.


On Dec 10, 2007 9:11 PM, Dick Ryan <deloreanbiker@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Maybe - - maybe not. And, in any case, why do any of you care. If it
>  works, it is good news. If it doesn't, I believe that John will
>  stand behind it.
>  I suspect the only reason that this question has been asked is so that
>  someone can go out and perhaps find it cheaper somewhere else. John
>  is an independent retail business person. As such, if he found it as
>  an already existing product (THAT NONE OF YOU WERE PREVIOUSLY AWARE
>  OF) did the research and if he can make a profit off of the time spent
>  and from making it known and available to the DeLorean community, more
>  power to him.
>  I've not bought a lot of things from John, but when I have, he has
>  treated me fairly. I'm currently not in the need for a main seal,
>  front or rear. But, if I were, I suspect that now that I know about
>  this "find", I'd go for it and I frankly wouldn't care whether John
>  had it custom made or simply found it already existed.
>  For what it is worth, I'm not necessarily defending John. I'm
>  defending the independent business person and the work they go through
>  to eke out a reasonable profit. As most of you know, I'm a fiercely
>  independent retailer and my hot button has just been pushed.
>  What am I missing?
>  Dick Ryan
>  VIN 16867

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