Some good sources for the Guibo
Editor's Note: Apparently, there are several guibos that will
fit the Merkurs. A light weight one referred to as the "FIAT guibo"
and a heavier one referred to as the "BMW guibo." The BMW one is
generally preferred since it is a more sturdy part.
The following is from Chris Kif' Anglin:
It took me 30 seconds to find the Imparts phone number in the archives.
spent an extra minute looking around for any helpful details.
I found out
that "Larry" seemed to be the man to talk to. I called them up
(it's even an
800 number) and was on hold for about 10 seconds when (lucky me) Larry
up the call. I told Larry of my IMON affiliation, and said that
I had heard
that he was the "man to talk to". He concurred. Within
2 minutes he had my
billing/shipping address (which he requesting using proper English,
add; "May I ship to..."), my card number and the price INCLUDING shipping.
grand total of $45.25 to have that sucker at my door, with $5.25 shipping.
That's the BMW guibo for $40.
The part isn't here yet, as I ordered less than 10 minutes ago, but
service and quickness like what I just experience, I'll be happy if
sucker takes 5 days to get here...
A very happy customer, soon to be satiated completely...
Chris 'Kif' Anglin firstname.lastname@example.org
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87 XR4Ti 123K - his, T-5, IC, SVO+, currently in competition
88 XR4Ti 124K - hers, Borla duals, Mintex 1144, Cosworth grille
85 XR4Ti 110K - his, 3" exhuast, snapped guibo
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Also Try British American Transfer for this part.
2263 Industrial Blvd.
Sarasota, FL 34234
ph. (941) 355-0005
fax (941) 355-4683
their price was $65 as of summer 1999