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Replied by abrace on topic oilpump

glass half empty , i hope i prove you wrong , seemed to be an old established family run firm , we will see
21 Sep 2021 09:43 #11

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oh sod i just deleted 2 emails from them thinking it was a a scam , i hope i can retreive them
21 Sep 2021 09:45 #12

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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic oilpump

"oh sod i just deleted 2 emails from them thinking it was a a scam , i hope i can retreive them"

You should be able to track the item online and its current status should identify if the emails were likely to be scams or not.
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21 Sep 2021 10:06 #13

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they were from hsbc . silly old duffer i am .thanks gr8uncleal regards alan
21 Sep 2021 10:21 #14

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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic oilpump

"they were from hsbc . silly old duffer i am .thanks gr8uncleal regards alan"

No problem with being suspicious.

The b*st*rd scammers are known for cloning genuine email addresses, either to request/divert cash, or as phishing exercises.
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21 Sep 2021 10:24 #15

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Replied by abrace on topic oilpump

i no you cant be carefull enough nowdays
21 Sep 2021 14:09 #16

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Replied by Rick C. on topic oilpump

 abrace wrote ,"would a1979 dt 250mx oilpump fit a1978  dt400 mx and can it be re set to give enough oil "
from your post #1.
Related fitment.
This Yamaha 1M2-13101-01-00 OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY fits the following models and components: Yamaha Motorcycle 1977 DT400D Oil Pump,
Yamaha Motorcycle 1978 DT400E Oil Pump ,
Yamaha Motorcycle 1977 DT250D Oil Pump
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Yamaha Motorcycle 1978 DT250E Oil Pump

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www.partzilla.com/product/yamaha/1M2-131...1154f2e288126e17cbce

 
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21 Sep 2021 14:46 #17

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thanks for the info rick , regards alan
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Replied by ksours on topic oilpump

You are right on the money with bad inventory lists. I make it a habit to call and ask if the part is in inventory and ready to ship. Saves a lot of heartache and time.
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