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Old September 12th, 2014, 10:42 PM
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Lately I look part no's up here http://lrparts.ru/engl/ because none of my cd based parts books work anymore with current operating systems. I then simply search on google.co.uk (way better hits than the US version) the part numbers and see who's got what for what.
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Old September 12th, 2014, 11:10 PM
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Whatcha talking about, Willis? Their website is actually pretty good (as long as you have a good parts manual and can look up by part#).
Exactly.
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Old September 12th, 2014, 11:38 PM
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LRSeries' website is terrible. However, if you know the part number of what you want, it's a no brainer.

I tried to order from Craddock's before. They refused to take any credit card or paypal payment. They said they had to do a bank wire only. When I went to my credit union to wire them money, they said they only wired money in US dollar amounts. Not GBP. So I contacted Craddock's again, the guy told me he'd never heard of that, and he'd have to get back to me about the US dollar amount. Followed up with 2 more emails. Never heard from them again...

So whatever that's worth.
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if you order from craddocks, make sure to do it online. If you do it over the phone, they will have no idea how to help you out
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I've ordered many things from craddocks. Online. Use Royal Mail and you won't get raped on the customs costs. I haven't seen them throw on a brokerage fee.
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Partnumbers, drawings and prices are to be seen online with http://allbrit.de/NAV.cfm?SPRACHE=EN&PAGE=338364

Just click on the discription.
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