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wil440

fuel pressure gauge

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Just been checking around for a fuel pressure gauge, Ebay.com $179 and $200 shipping eerrr shipping may be $20 whats wrong with these people the UK is not the moon FFS

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That is a lot for package in a 6X6 inch box that weighs a pound.

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Yeah that's pretty crappy.  I think most of overseas shipping is just about gouging people.

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The best bit is if you hit the buy it button import tax is charged on the total then vat on that total. There is another with $18 shipping 😮 which is more like it

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6 hours ago, Evan said:

With a snubber fuel line and gauge I'm less than 50 in mine 

Where was that bargain from..... all seem to $179 or above

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My ISSPRO mechanical gauge was in the $50 range. 

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I'm must be looking in the wrong place, I have some time so search I will

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I think the electrical gauges are much more expensive.  I prefer mechanical over electric any time I can.  My mechanical fp gauge, snubber and valve cost about $60-65...with free shipping. :USflag:

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so, go youtube PowerDrivenDiesel...they just recently anounced a vendor in Australia...possible that shipping maybe less coming from there.

 

cannot remember the vendor name, but they address them by name. 

 

 

here it is.

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Just installed a set of ISSPro EV2 in @mr.obvious truck on Tuesday. I've got to program his gauges in one of my next trips. Right close to $500 for everything. Plumbing pieces, tubing, bracket and fittings, etc. I'll grab photos next time.

 

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3 hours ago, Dieselfuture said:

You'd think someone would have opened a business across the pond by now. Must not be enough demand

I did in 2004, shut in 2009 at the last downturn, lost my shirt and only just got straight about 2 years ago. Thing is I was supplying Ram front brakes to a company that was building a military vehicle for use in afganistan. I was shipping a 100 calipers and 100 sets of pads about twice a month, company over there send 100 wrong so I own it. Still got 100 pads to this day

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