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Flexicoil 1720 manifold price. $$$

Have a guess how much?
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I'm hoping about 500 bucks.
Can you see if they'll do a deal if you buy two.
Mines got a few too many bandaids on it and I was thinking it might be time to replace it.
So if you can get two for say $900 Lynas, I'm happy for you to keep to $100 kickback

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I'm hoping about 500 bucks.
Can you see if they'll do a deal if you buy two.
Mines got a few too many bandaids on it and I was thinking it might be time to replace it.
So if you can get two for say $900 Lynas, I'm happy for you to keep to $100 kickback
HaHa! I priced one about 3 years ago and I'm fairly sure it was around $500.
I'd like to say it's still $500, but it's not!!!

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Can't you make one, or get one made from a somewhat better material?? Such as stainless steel?? It doesn't seem that hard to copy ?

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Can't you make one, or get one made from a somewhat better material?? Such as stainless steel?? It doesn't seem that hard to copy ?

The Romofa ARE stainless steel. And if you want an Oz made one Raycol would probably do them too.
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So if you can get two for say $900 Lynas, I'm happy for you to keep to $100 kickback
Sorry. I can't get two for $900. I can get one for $900! Plus tax. How about that?

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Before I read what the price was, I was thinking $1000. Seems to be the new starting price for parts now.

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hmmm.. there's probably only 100$ worth of stainless steel in that image ... must charge pretty high labour for low production ..

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Was over 15,000 iirc for a manifold and new meter roller housings for an old 3450 flexi. New from the bottom of the tank flange down.

Theyre just down the road from us, ours was one of the first ones they did. They're building them for John Deere I think.

**** near flipped out when I saw the bill, told dad he should have gotten a different cart because the cart itself was rotten. Took a pile of rebuilding to get it useable again, lipstick on a pig.

Oh and the thing leaked, still had to break out the urethane to seal everything.
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