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    Group o ring purchase

    A few years ago there was a group purchase of o rings I seem to remember, as it is nearly start of the season any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barchetta View Post
    A few years ago there was a group purchase of o rings I seem to remember, as it is nearly start of the season any recommendations?
    Walk into local bearing suppliers, buy 500~1000: they are pennies each.

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    I've used https://www.georgelodgedirect.co.uk/ and https://www.polymax.co.uk/o-rings/ they were both pretty quick and held all sorts, including nitrile, viton and VMQ for reasonable prices (though not as good as walking into a local bearing supplier I imagine!)


 

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