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daipower
26-04-12, 15:53 PM
Here is a link I have been given for Bing Carb Parts from Germany. I translated with google, but not quite sure how you pay. I am sure someone on here can figure it out


http://www.greiner-oldtimerteile.de/vergaserteile-ueber-vergasernummer/bing/bing-vergaser-54/-/bing-vergaser-54/36/-/browse.php?sid=574601327328583&pos=c2087

Gentreau
26-04-12, 16:26 PM
Looks like you need a german bank account to send then an Uberweisung (bank transfer)

I sent them a message to see if it's possible to pay by card .....

daipower
26-04-12, 16:34 PM
A friend of mine had some parts recently, he has a uk bank account but did mention some sort of bank transfer.
Parts are a lot cheaper on there I think.

Gentreau
26-04-12, 17:04 PM
Quite possibly you could send the transfer, but it would be much simpler to pay by PayPal ....

SteveTurnbull
26-04-12, 18:06 PM
Always good to have an alternative, but I think Motobins are cheaper?
http://www.motobins.co.uk/displayfinal.php?q=086&s=0&subs=086&model=&title=BING CARBURETTOR PARTS 1970 ON
http://www.motobins.co.uk/displayprod.php?function=subs&subs=083&title=CARBURETTORS&model=
32mm carb

VinceG
26-04-12, 20:36 PM
Anyone who has a web site selling stuff that doesn't take PayPal is a dipstick IMHO


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Gentreau
27-04-12, 18:44 PM
Reply from the german company.

You order the parts, they send you a bank account number, you transfer the money, they post the goods.
They don't seem to like cards of any type.

woodysr2
27-04-12, 19:09 PM
It is the charges incurred using bank cards for the supplier I have to pay out between 75 and 250 per month to barclaycard for the privelage of my customers paying me by card (debit and credit) as for paypal there are charges incurred on that as well a bank transfer costs the seller nothing but might cost the buyer depending on your bank.