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Old 19-01-2010, 01:12 PM   #1
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Smile MK1 escort wiring loom.

Can anyone help me I need a full car loom for a 1974 escort, can I buy a new one anywhere as my old loom is missing parts. Thanks
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Doubtful you will get a off the shelf part, could always have one made though, using your existing loom as a pattern, and adding the missing bits.
I know a pro loom man that could do this, if interested pm me.
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Default New mobile devices. Need advice choosing component parts!

Hi everyone! I would be very contented if you leave your ideas taking into account your own practice. Could anyone give advise me please what kind of component parts ought I require for my portable devices? penny or high-priced? At the moment I am going to buy a battery for my Dell portable device. As a result of my search, three websites have attracted my attention: 1. which sells cheap laptop batteries and 2. which offers high quality new laptop batteries at a bit higher cost. 3. retails original batteries and other notebook component parts but at a much higher price. and expose replacement batteries; they are not original, not made by Dell. They vend Denaq accumulators Have you known anything about this manufacturer? But these online stores provide all the guarantees I consider important: quality guarantee, money back, safe and secure shopping, they state that my credit card information will be protected and will not be provided to other parties. Now I have a dilemma and can’t define what is the the most reputable place to buy the battery for my Dell my mobile devices and what component parts should I shop in future? low price, high-priced, that of a average price, original or replaceable? I wish to save funds and at the same time I need to buy long life and proper battery. I have already looked through some opinions but they differ. Those who manufacture dime component parts string along consumers and consider that low cost products are as good as high-priced ones. If the product is high-priced it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will be of proper quality. While those whoproduce more expensive staff do not stop assuring that good component parts or accessories can’t be low cost. They think that they use only acceptable and certified raw materials and primary batteriesand the hitch of quality accumulators is pretty longer. Both sides provide quality, reliability, proper operation of batteries. But unfortunately not both sides provide an reasonable price. what is your view? I will be extremely very if anyone provides any comments and shares his or her sophistication.
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