RE: [DML] Pumps and parts
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RE: [DML] Pumps and parts



Dani, 
Who do you go to when you have a problem with a fuel pump on Saturday and
how is to going to be warranted. I swap out with some one that has a problem
with my pumps with one year and I do like to know what the problem was.
Bosch says send it in and if we find anything wrong with it we will let you
know. J.C will most likely say send it in for credit and buy another one. I
don't know how other DeLorean vendors do it but I send another pump.

Order a water pump for the DeLorean and see if you get the right one I doubt
it and then where are you going to get the gaskets, O Rings, new 7mm bolts
which they don't have. You save 10.00 dollars in money and spend 2 to 3
hours if not longer in time. Then what kind of warranty does it have. Mine
are 5 years.
Then where do you go to get help , back to Pep Boy or JC Whitney good luck
on that.
Whether you buy it from me or another DeLorean parts person in the long run
your not going to save any money if your time is worth anything.
I challenge you to show me anywhere on the internet you can buy a Bosch or
equal fuel pump for the DeLorean. It isn't there at this $89.00 cost price. 
Bosch cost on a DeLorean pump is over $120.00 and knockoff are less, but who
want to give away the farm.   
You may be leading Newbie's down the wrong path when you say You need to buy
from Vendors but look for the cheapest price at others. There are other
things behind the cost of the part.
I had a man buy a water pumps and pulley only the other day to say $30.00
over the kit price and I shipped it. Then I ask via email where are you
going to get the other parts needed to install and he didn't seem worried
about it. So I didn't either. Point is he will either come back to get the
other parts or God no if he uses the old parts. That's bad.   

John Hervey
The preacher.
www.deloreanautoparts.com

 
-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
stainlessilusion
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2008 4:39 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Pumps and parts

It Seems to me (and I'm not writing this with the intention of
steering others away from using vendors or buy their parts) that a lot
of these parts, including the fuel pumps, are easily obtainable,
updated, for a cheap price if you just use a simple search of the
internet. A search of "B28F fuel pump" will bring you to sites where
you can purchase an OE pump for only 50 bucks or even updated ones if
you're willing to change around your hoses, JC Whitney sells universal
weather stripping that is very cheap which works great, 80's-90's
Cadillac alternators that are near identical to the new updated hi-amp
versions which work just fine, water pumps, on and on. Again I'm not
trying to steer anyone away-I've got nothing against anyone; and I'll
use a vender any day, (I haven't in years since I have been away in
the Army) but I'll always check for cheaper prices doing a search on
yahoo to see if the prices are any easier - need to save money
somewhere now that it's all going in the tank. Some prices are, some
aren't. -----Dani B. #5003


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