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Great service so far. Fixed a small alinement problem with the door without any fuss and have fitted a new electric tailgate closer after it went pete tong in the same day (after telling me it might take a few days for the bits.
Smiley cant do enough attitude from the Lux car dept.

I would go to the Bolton branch but they dont have any Treg fitters yet.
 

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QUOTE(Bolton Treggie @ Apr 30 2005, 11:00 AM)

Great service so far.? Fixed a small alinement problem with the door without any fuss and have fitted a new electric tailgate closer after it went pete tong in the same day (after telling me it might take a few days for the bits.
Smiley cant do enough attitude from the Lux car dept.

I would go to the Bolton branch but they dont have any Treg fitters yet (and the bloke on the phone called it a Toe-rag the other day when I called the parts dept, he thought it was funny....a customer who was going to spend £600+ with you didn't.)
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Yep, I'll second that. Bought a V6 12 months ago from SKF, had a couple of small problems and they dealt with them - No Fuss.

Traded the V6 2 months ago for a V10 and have been back a couple of times with minor niggles and they have sorted them. The 2 Treg "technicians" are excellent.
 

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Poll on these too Matt.
They are fandabbydozy to coin a well worn adolescent jock phrase!
 

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Bolton Treggie said:

Great service so far. Fixed a small alinement problem with the door without any fuss and have fitted a new electric tailgate closer after it went pete tong in the same day (after telling me it might take a few days for the bits.
Smiley cant do enough attitude from the Lux car dept.

I would go to the Bolton branch but they dont have any Treg fitters yet.
would echo the above. Purchased a 2.5 from stockport july 04 and have just picked up a V6 from Bolton. Service was first class despite the purchase being in the middle of the model realignment, they reacted to the new prices and recosted the car to my entire satisfaction. also received a call wed last to inform that the "missing torch" had arrived. They have also serviced my LHD V10 ( 230,000kms and not missed a beat)
 

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Quick question

If one wanted to look and see if they had a torch where should it be kept (if not in the techs pocket)
 

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REDI said:
Quick question

If one wanted to look and see if they had a torch where should it be kept (if not in the techs pocket)
the torch is still part of the spec on a new car.

tyres on my 2.5 were changed at 23000mls with no uneven wear. The V10 is used on long (Barcelona-Bibao) motorway runs and then on unmade roads a lot . It uses tyres at around 25000kms per set. Tyres are manufactured in Bilbao and Vitoria and can be purchased at our truck suppliers cheaper than UK. Tyre wear is around the same as previous Landcruisers doing the same work. I tend to favour Bridgestone as I use the product on trucks/trailers and also on ppk contracts where I tend to run test sets from other manufacturers. Its my experience that although one make of tyre may have performed well on a previous car it dosent follow that the size and model to fit your current car will perform as well. I will be in Texas this summer as a guest of a manufacturer to look at heavy truck R&D and have been promised a run out with the performance test drivers of the INDY cars.
 
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