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    Hi Guys

    Sorry for butting in on this thread i have a possible favour to ask - I can buy a pair of Spares or repair Ditton 15 XR's and was wondering would anyone on this would like to pop to Brighton to collect them for me? Their 20 - one of the ABR has been destroyed - are these the same as the early 15's as theirs a pair on eBay i might be able to buy just one off - they would also need to be bought to bournemouth of course - possible fuel cover cost too?
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    The ABR on the early model is different. There are two options if you do buy them. Wait until the correct ABR turns up. Or, remove both and blank off the openings, using a reflex port of suitable dimensions in the blank. Dead easy and it'll work. An ABR does basically the same job as a port.
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    possible fuel costs! id say thats a given lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie123 View Post
    possible fuel costs! id say thats a given lol.
    Could you Help?
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    sorry dan,too far for me.
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    Dan, it's not that far.
    Just make a day of it on the weekend.
    Set off nice and early from Bournemouth and you could be there in two hours.
    I've got a mate who lives in Lewes - the other side of Brighton - and I've driven back in 1hr 10m before.
    If you leave about 7am on a Saturday or Sunday there'll be next to no traffic and you can zoom across the south coast. Drop the missus off for some boutique shopping in The Lanes, go pick up your stuff, meet for a seafront fish and chips lunch, get assaulted by dog-sized gulls, run for cover, jump in the car and head home for final score
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick_F View Post
    Hi Simon, I'm sure we can sort something out I might be away for the next couple of weeks so hopefully after that. I'll gladly bring the Hugo round. Cheers Rick.
    Hi rick, let me know if you are still interested in meeting up. I'm akways interested just in meeting people very local, who are into hi fi. Simon
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