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Aftermarket piston rings 7 months 2 days ago #21582

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Devil's advocate here. How did you cancel the order if you can't contact them?

I bet they just show up at your doorstep soon.
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Aftermarket piston rings 7 months 2 days ago #21585

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Log a case through eBay
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Aftermarket piston rings 7 months 1 day ago #21606

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I take it all back - it was stuck in customs. UK Parcelforce did not inform me that there was a charge to pay, so it was just left...

Managed to track it down through some diligent internet searching and telephoning. Paid the customs and should be on its way now...

Paul
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Aftermarket piston rings 7 months 1 day ago #21610

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Good ending :) Similar things happened to me a few times. Something with the rings..LOL. I got mine from UK (those in my bike currently). They mixed up numbers and it became so bad, they were stuck at customs for almost 3 weeks!!! I had to make multiple trips and despite paying duties, I had to waste up to 5 hours at a time talking and waiting to accomplish nothing. It was a Fedex and Customs fault - ignorance and sloppiness. I was actually lucky to get them at the end, as they were marked to go back to the sender.
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Aftermarket piston rings 7 months 1 day ago #21612

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McBoney wrote: I take it all back - it was stuck in customs. UK Parcelforce did not inform me that there was a charge to pay, so it was just left...

Managed to track it down through some diligent internet searching and telephoning. Paid the customs and should be on its way now...

Paul


Let's hope "All's well that ends well"
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Aftermarket piston rings 7 months 3 hours ago #21621

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Got them in. They look great, but as StanG said the markings are the same.

... well, they are miles better than the ones that come out, so I'll carry on.

Paul
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