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Old 03-14-2013, 12:19 PM   #1
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Is this a reasonable price for a PI kit?

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Old 03-14-2013, 12:23 PM   #2
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Looks decent. But I think late model has a better one because you need a couple different hoses and an alternator bracket
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Looks decent. But I think late model has a better one because you need a couple different hoses and an alternator bracket
Is late model a web site?
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Is late model a web site?
Yeah late model restoration

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Yeah late model restoration

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This seems a bit high, not sure what hoses and alternator brackets cost. But the difference in price is more than I figure they would be.

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Yeah late model restoration

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Nice site though. A lease good to have options.
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This seems a bit high, not sure what hoses and alternator brackets cost. But the difference in price is more than I figure they would be.

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Nice site though. A lease good to have options.
It is a bit high and I'm certain you can find a list on google of everything you need and you can probably piece it together cheaper.
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It is a bit high and I'm certain you can find a list on google of everything you need and you can probably piece it together cheaper.
I have done a little leg work. I have the money, just waiting for warm weather so I can stand being in the garage. With my list I'm coming in right around $750. And I'm sure I don't have everything required on my list. It may be worth it to not have to order parts from here and there. Plus I worry about the heads I get from a salvage yard. I figure for a couple hundred if it just comes in one big box and has a warrantee, I'd pay.
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Check out your local Craigslist. I found a complete bullit top end for 500. Came with everything
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Check out your local Craigslist. I found a complete bullit top end for 500. Came with everything
I'm on there every day. Never thought to look though. Thanks.
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