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HKS 264 cams

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Jezzrrr - I think you'll find that once you add frieght you will be paying more. Then add the risk of getting hit with gst & customs duties (which seems to be happening far too often at the moment) & you will wish you had bought these ones. My 2c worth.

GTS500 - wish I had the cash as I would buy them off you myself...

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Go to greenline.jp or nengun and you will get new ones cheaper than these.

customs is cracking down on net tarts importing parts, you expect to pay the gst & duties that come with that. and you will pay more than is asked here.

Another thing, might be an idea to keep your coments to yaself, i dont think its appreciated when u are trying to sell something and someone goes u can get em cheaper.

Good luck with sale danny.

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Thanks to all those people with some positive imput.These cams are sold.

jezza and blabla maybey you should read the rules of these forum if you have nothing positive to say or want to buy the parts on offer,please [email protected]#k off and get back under the rock you came from.

Perhaps you should read the rules yourself sunshine, you seem to bebreaking more of them than anyone in this thread ... LOSER.

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I get gear over from Japan via Nengun ETC reasonable often and it is cheaper on most items ,these cams will cost you around *$800.oo landed here, duty doesnt always apply. These cams are used and you say only 3-4 hours running, were they installed and started up 'lubed " up correctly ? If so i'll offer you $700.00 only for them.

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