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Date:         Wed, 14 Mar 2001 08:05:03 -0800
Reply-To:     phil stanhope <napszeerf@YAHOO.COM>
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From:         phil stanhope <napszeerf@YAHOO.COM>
Subject:      Re: Need city water inlet for Westy
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10 years of pampered usage is the max lifetime of these thin plastic things IMO, BUT IM STILL BUYING THE SET FROM BUS DEPOT becouse I want to keep SOME characteristics of an origional WESTY.(and They look good) Do they come with gaskets?

Phil 84' Westy

--- "The Bus Depot, Inc." <vanagon@BUSDEPOT.COM> wrote: > > FYI, Bus Depot has electrical inlets for $40 (for > my year anyway) and > > both water inlets are $50. They're all black and > it is the whole > > inlet, not just the cover. > > > Actually, they're cheaper still if you buy all > three. I have them on sale > for $109.95 for the set of three. These are > original-equipment, > Delta-Six/Westfalia units. > > - Ron Salmon > The Bus Depot, Inc. > > (215) 234-VWVW

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