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Monday, 11 October 2010

Serendipity ???????


Picked up some of the polishing yesterday, mostly engine covers and a few bits and pieces. The bloke is laying the stuff out and says that his main polishing guy had got the primary case wrapped up in the mop whilst polishing it, it span 'round and hit something or other!!!!!!!!!!!!! The upshot being, big chunk out of the case, well he's done a superb job of welding it up and it can't be seen at all from the outside, still shit news whichever way it cuts. He knocked a load of money off, and at the end of the day what's done's done.
This morning I looked on Draganfly's site and opened up the page shown above. Part number 67-1701 it said so I looked at the list below and sure enough the part was listed, clicked on the link expecting to see U next to the number indicating used, but no! So I phoned 'em up and the man said they had one NOS left, the price forty four quid plus tax. Needless to say, it's on it's way.

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