Euro car parts code!!

Discussion in 'Discounted Products' started by Gazzati, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    I have just got a new discount code for here BIGDEAL31. This gives you a 31% discount on line. I just ordered a new radiator, antifreeze, oil and air filters and a new drive belt for T27 for £65!! Buy parts by want £55 just for the radiator, oil and air filter and I can pick my parts up locally in the morning rather than waiting for delivery!! Bargain. The art to using these codes is to order the parts and click and collect from store. I did this with the callipers and avoided paying any surcharge because I could take the old ones in with me :)
     
  2. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member

    Nice discount,though I just got the radiator for £33-£42 delivered from buy parts by
     
  3. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    Radiator alone from Euro car parts is £44 inc free next day delivery or same day collection from the store, bargain!! I thought Buy parts by was cheap, but £9 delivery is a rip, especially when it takes as long as yours did Al ;)
     
  4. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member

    Lol they didnt even contact me but for one phone call I missed and then just left it till I got in touch,all it was,was a problem with my home address,but I wanted it delivered to work....so long story short I got it after 9 days and have it in No.1s boot ready to go home tonight and get fitted tomorrow
     
  5. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

  6. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member

  7. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

    Cool code thanks......just got all filters and oil (fully synth) for four cars total £82 :mml:
     
  8. Fast Alan

    Fast Alan Mr September Staff Member

    Thats awesome mass service time there Mr Fun
     
  9. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

    Yeah Mr Fast thats rather a lot of servicing, just need a nice dry day or two to do it!:w00t:
     
  10. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    And that's why I do it lol. Massive savings there mate, glad you got the use out of it :)
     
  11. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

  12. mafcaw

    mafcaw Member

    Didnt think Rover K series were supposed to use fully synthetic oil, as its too thin and leads to early vvc wear.
     
  13. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    Your not, 10/40 semi only. It plays with the sensors and the ecu readings to the cam timings!!
     
  14. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

    Never knew that...worked in R&D at longbridge for 4 years! Lol always used it ZT-T almost done 140k on it! :grin:
     
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  15. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    I have had this many times in the past. As far as I'm concerned, if the car has been ran on fully synth since new, I have never heard of anyone experiencing problems, but run for several years on semi and then switch to fully is a big no no. As for the VVC's, the engines own producers Powertrain, explicitly say do not use fully synth in these engines. That's enough for me to stick with the semi lol. Shouldn't effect the ZT though as it won't be running VVC :) I always run my T series cars on fully ;)
     
  16. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

    Dont worry have taken advice and will use semi in VVC's !!!!!
     
  17. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    Plenty of services left for the ZED now though lol
     
  18. BRMFUN

    BRMFUN Fun in a BRuM Moderator

    yeah i should possibly service it more regular now its done so many miles! Its been such a good car i take it for granted!
     
  19. Gazzati

    Gazzati Member

    I still say my zt t cdti was the best car I ever had and that had 200k on when I sold it to the old man ;)
     

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