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To Much to Pay??

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MH

03-30-2002 14:39:08




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I payed 165.00 for a manifold with gaskets, and 45.00 for a decal set. Is this too much? Ohh I almost forgot they are for a 1944 H. I bought them from bates corporation. www.batescorp.com




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Chris J

04-01-2002 13:42:35




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 Re: To Much to Pay?? in reply to MH, 03-30-2002 14:39:08  
Sounds like it's in the ballpark, I paid $150 with gaskets for my manifold, and $58 for a complete vinyl die-cut decal set. Works out in the end anyhow.



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Zonie

03-30-2002 22:14:28




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 Re: To Much to Pay?? in reply to MH, 03-30-2002 14:39:08  
I guess it's really too late to do anything about it but if you got the vinyl decals it sounds fair, but if they were the mylar then you could have gotten them for around $18.00 from several different sources.



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boog

03-30-2002 21:16:27




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 Re: To Much to Pay?? in reply to MH, 03-30-2002 14:39:08  
Bought a new manifold for my SMTA last summer for $145.00 so you're not to far off there. Decal set seems pretty high though. Have seen them advertised as low as $25.00 but have heard of guys paying up yo $85.00.

What really matters is what they are worth to you. Apparently at the time you felt they were worth the money or you wouldn't have bought them.
Don't go second guessing yourself, there's always going to be somebody who gets something bought cheaper or sold for a higher price. I recently heard of a SMTA selling at auction for almost half what I gave for mine so I know how you feel but what's done is done.

Go put them on and enjoy your H

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Hugh MacKay

03-30-2002 19:57:27




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 Re: To Much to Pay?? in reply to MH, 03-30-2002 14:39:08  
My neighbor paid over 500 for a manifold for his Massey Harris 333, Sounds good to me.



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Farmer Bob

03-30-2002 14:48:13




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 Re: To Much to Pay?? in reply to MH, 03-30-2002 14:39:08  
MH, Can't speak about the manifold but that's quite high on the decals. Was it a complete set vinyl cut or mylar and are they "McCormick Deering" or just say "McCormick" with the IH Logo for the sides of the hood? The '44 H should have "McCormick Deering" and no IH logo on the hood decal./FB



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