[urq] Dialynx Rads
brogers at terrix.com
Thu Sep 23 11:47:50 EDT 2004
As I sit here, I tend to agree. Frankly the group buy will be much more
cost effective if we deal direct with the manufacturer, if possible. No
offense meant to Jim or even Aelred, as their relationship does have value,
but in this case I, too, believe we don't have to go to Europe to get a
great upgraded radiator. I recently purchased a stock urq radiator (one
qualifier- they did have to weld on one nipple to make it 100% identical)
from a local OE distributor for $165 - for a point of reference...
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To: <AUDIJIM at aol.com>; <urq at audifans.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [urq] Dialynx Rads
> Hey Guys, I have one UrQ with a Dyalinx radiator and its quite nice
> However, there is NO reason we cant have one made here in the US of equal
> better quality.
> I need another aluminum radiator regardless of where it comes from and I
> participate in whatever group buy that transpires but I will vote to have
> sourced locally.
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