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Old 05-28-2011, 08:19 AM   #16
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It's one of those products, you can't readily get and cannot substitute for.
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Old 05-28-2011, 08:24 AM   #17
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If you think that’s bad, yesterday I ordered a needle and seat for a carburetor. The part is no bigger than the tip of a pencil. 4.99 plus 7.99 shipping. What do you do? your screen is fixed and my motor will run again.
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Old 05-28-2011, 03:07 PM   #18
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I try to bundle catagories when I order. If I need parts for the lawn equipment, I'll check it all and get a few items I need, or will need in the near future. Or I'll find an alternative sight where the shipping is either free or low.
But sometimes you just need to grin and bear it. Luckily, I forget pretty quickly and the pain is fleeting.
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BTW: the rigid spline material in Forever storm screen doors is reusable if removed fairly carefully. You can easily bend the flange straight again with a pair of needle nose pliers and press it right back in with the new screen.
Then you don't need to worry about ridiculous material and shipping prices.
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What would you have said if the cost for the spline was $26.00 and free shipping?Just curious.Would you have known the difference?
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What would you have said if the cost for the spline was $26.00 and free shipping?Just curious.Would you have known the difference?
Well, that's $26 I didn't have to spend, and about 5 minutes of work to get the little kinks out of the old splines. Seems worth it to me.
And then the satisfaction of reusing something instead of landfilling it: priceless!

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