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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-08-2015, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Best place to purchase new accumulator spheres

Does anyone have a good place for buying new accumulator spheres?

in looking for some I came across flying spares and also this site: http://www.sphere-shop.co.uk/rolls-r...tley-638-c.asp

has anyone used either place before that can comment on their quality? sphere-shops prices are half of what flying spares are, but I want to make sure Im not cutting any corners when it comes to parts.

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I thought Citroen accumulators were £20

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Hi i Have used this Company eBay item number:161900719400
for my ACCUMULATOR SPHERE's and Gas springs also he has refurbished my Accumulator valve body all at sensible Money
and good brakes tel him your from RR&B

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Bought my Suspension Spheres from SphereShop back in June.
Pretty sure both Flying Spares & Bentley themselves buy from them too as they are the manufacturer.
Fast shipping ,cheap cost & really fresh date of manufacturer.
I won't buy anywhere else.
I live in Calgary Canada & landed they cost me $150 Canadian Pesos
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I thought Citroen accumulators were £20
they are - but they are not the same, although they look the same and I believe you can actually use the Citroen ones - but they work on a different pressure.
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I was told the same about the Citroen ones being different pressure. I got mine from RH Spares Oxon very helpful chap who really seems to know his stuff.
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