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    Hey guys,

    I've been looking for a place to get some Wurth Radiator Seal HP in the states with absolutely no luck. Is there any way one of you over-the-ponders could check out what the availability is (I know it can be bought in the UK) and perhaps allow me to pay to get some sent to me?

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    Default Re: 'Little help getting something from over the pond?

    Hi there, i see you're a little short on replies to this!

    I dont use the Wurth stuff personally i have used/stocked different branded products in the past but i know a guy who does, i'll have a chat with him and see if i can get hold off any. How much of this stuff are you after?
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    Default Re: 'Little help getting something from over the pond?

    Well, pending how much it may cost to ship, probably something like 3 bottles would do.
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    OK no worries shouldn't be too costly to ship, i'll find out this week and let you know. Gimme a few days as i need to see the guy that buys it in.
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    Sure, no problem!
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    Default Re: 'Little help getting something from over the pond?

    Colin i've tried my damdest to get this stuff but to no avail - sorry!
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    Default Re: 'Little help getting something from over the pond?

    No worries, I appreciate you trying, no one else has ever even heard of the stuff! I have someone in mind (where I've 1st seen it actually) who may be able to get it.

    Thanks again!
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    Suggestion:

    Contact WurthUSA and have them locate a dealer for you:

    http://www.wurthusa.com/project/en/t...contact_1.html
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    Default Re: 'Little help getting something from over the pond?

    Not available in US or Canada, not sure how a WurthUSA dealer is going to help me...
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    Default Re: 'Little help getting something from over the pond?

    Ugh - that sucks.

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