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Old 23rd-March-2009, 19:12
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wont be ordering there parts then thanks for the heads up redhand
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 19:19
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Check these guys out, www.mobilestoragesystems.fsnet.co.uk they usually display at all the landy shows, and their kit seems good stuff.
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 19:29
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Check these guys out, www.mobilestoragesystems.fsnet.co.uk they usually display at all the landy shows, and their kit seems good stuff.
And so fooking overpriced they make Scrapiron & D$x$ look cheap. Another company that daren't put their prices up in case someone has a stroke and sues the fookers.
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 20:54
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And so fooking overpriced they make Scrapiron & D$x$ look cheap. Another company that daren't put their prices up in case someone has a stroke and sues the fookers.
Really?? i'd not looked into them that deep, seen their gear at a few shows and thought they looked quite good..............guess thats me in detention for not doing my homework then!!!!
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 21:01
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Really?? i'd not looked into them that deep, seen their gear at a few shows and thought they looked quite good..............guess thats me in detention for not doing my homework then!!!!
I've got their pricelist somewhere you have to email em to get one. I think the cubby boxes start at about 90 and go up to about 150 just off the top of my head.
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 21:05
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Hookin fell the fobbin ruckers...........they made of titanium or something??
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 21:06
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Hookin fell the fobbin ruckers...........they made of titanium or something??
No but they are well made but still stoopidly overpriced
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 21:10
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No but they are well made but still stoopidly overpriced

I got one of them for me birthday last year....tis well made and very secure....glad i dint pay for it though
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Old 23rd-March-2009, 23:31
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I got one and did pay for it very well made, top quality stuff. also got their internal rear window grilles. not looked at Exmoor's cubby boxes but their other stuff is also of excellent quality. Go for a metal box over a wooden one, get one that locks to. When you fit it, try to get some long strengthening plates that fit under the centre panel. stops anyone trying to pry the cubby box loose which will happen if just bolted down. The mss ones comes with these bits.

with regards to scorpion. Ros is still working for them out of the Cheshunt shop. I know because i was there in January and bought a pair of driving lights off them. Not read the threads pikey posted, but they were there in January and Ros was running the show. The new premises are a tiny shop in the middle of a bunch of terrace houses. a fair downside from what they used to have, by all accounts.

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I got one and did pay for it very well made, top quality stuff. also got their internal rear window grilles. not looked at Exmoor's cubby boxes but their other stuff is also of excellent quality. Go for a metal box over a wooden one, get one that locks to. When you fit it, try to get some long strengthening plates that fit under the centre panel. stops anyone trying to pry the cubby box loose which will happen if just bolted down. The mss ones comes with these bits.

with regards to scorpion. Ros is still working for them out of the Cheshunt shop. I know because i was there in January and bought a pair of driving lights off them. Not read the threads pikey posted, but they were there in January and Ros was running the show. The new premises are a tiny shop in the middle of a bunch of terrace houses. a fair downside from what they used to have, by all accounts.

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That's folded as well by all accounts. they did the we'll fold the company and get 2 ficitious people to buy it off the administrators. Then we'll clear all our debts, and still own the company scam. The ORRP thread was someone who bought summat a couple of weeks ago but hadn't received the parts and couldn't get them to answer the phone or reply to his Emails. So he's reported them to the consumer council, I also had an Email from someone else claiming that the Police & Trading standards were investigating them. The shop was the retail outlet but they sill had a warehouse with all the old stock. somewhere else.
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