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Old 03 April 2018, 01:17   #1
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Baystar hydraulic steering for sale

Baystar hydraulic steering system, approx 4 years old, helm and ram in very good condition, was used with 70hp Yamaha.

I used a spare set of Seastar Pro hoses which I have reused but I am sure I have the original unused rigid plastic Baystar hoses still - these are 20ft and you cut them to size and screw the fittings on.

Cheapest I can find the kit online is £525, so asking £325.
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Baystar hydraulic steering system, approx 4 years old, helm and ram in very good condition, was used with 70hp Yamaha.

I used a spare set of Seastar Pro hoses which I have reused but I am sure I have the original unused rigid plastic Baystar hoses still - these are 20ft and you cut them to size and screw the fittings on.

Cheapest I can find the kit online is £525, so asking £325.
Can buy new for your price pound to dollar £1 = $141
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Old 03 April 2018, 02:35   #3
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Can buy new for your price pound to dollar £1 = $141
Thatís a good exchange rate 🤣🤣🤣
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Thatís a good exchange rate 🤣🤣🤣
Going up again this month they reckon 3.7 %
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Going up again this month they reckon 3.7 %
Used to be £1=$1.65 got long way get bk
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You will be hard pushed to get anything from usa without doing vat and duty, also shipping is silly money on medium sized items so it will end up WAY more than this price potentially/probably.

Poor form coming onto a for sale thread and criticising, If you don't like the price then move on.
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You will be hard pushed to get anything from usa without doing vat and duty, also shipping is silly money on medium sized items so it will end up WAY more than this price potentially/probably.

Poor form coming onto a for sale thread and criticising, If you don't like the price then move on.
Wrong mate my daughter works for virgin atlantic i just send parts too her hotel in new york or washington or florida she brings them back for me free !tariffs lol
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Wrong mate my daughter works for virgin atlantic i just send parts too her hotel in new york or washington or florida she brings them back for me free !tariffs lol
I import alot off usa boat parts either full containers or part share makes big differance in costs
Got specail accounts for 1 offs and know my tarriff codes well
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I import alot off usa boat parts either full containers or part share makes big differance in costs
Got specail accounts for 1 offs and know my tarriff codes well
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F232697365438
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Old 03 April 2018, 07:08   #11
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£438 uk ebay new mate no tariffs ?
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Just because your daughter brings them back doesn't mean you are not liable for vat or duty on most things, you do realise you just publicly admitted to that?, smart play.

Ebay is 100 quid more than poster wants, upto the purchaser to decide value for money on it.

The poster or buyer likely isn't importing a container load to get better value shipping so not sure what your point is there, unless you are offering everyone wanting steering free postage and a guarantee of no duty? I will also be as bold to say not many people's daughters work for an airline to bring it back and less people would publicly brag about it if so.
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£438 uk ebay new mate no tariffs ?


Looks like itís from China, not the U.K. itís getting sold from
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Looks like itís from China, not the U.K. itís getting sold from
And it doesn't look like it's "Baystar".....a copy, sorry a "quite similar looking" unit.
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And it doesn't look like it's "Baystar".....a copy, sorry a "quite similar looking" unit.
Whats max hp yours will do
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Whats max hp yours will do
??? I have a "Hydraflex" system. Came with the boat so no idea what it's max hp is or what it cost but never any issues and it's 16 years old now..
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You will be hard pushed to get anything from usa without doing vat and duty, also shipping is silly money on medium sized items so it will end up WAY more than this price potentially/probably.

Poor form coming onto a for sale thread and criticising, If you don't like the price then move on.
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Poor form coming onto a for sale thread and criticising, If you don't like the price then move on.


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