|Jan 22, 2002, 01:55 PM|
Joined Jun 2001
West London Models. They've stock just about the complete range. Last time I was there I think I even saw the new-ish ones (16x10 etc.) which they were refusing to believe existed a few months ago.
|Jan 23, 2002, 07:07 AM|
APC make a HUGE range and nobody stocks them all. The UK importer/distributor (MacGregor, IIRC) doesn't even import them all.
WLM and a few others do have good stocks, but I've ended up buying direct from APC several times when I wanted odd sizes (particularly high pitch). Their online store is great, you can pick any prop they make, actual shipping was a lot less than was quoted on the order confirmation, and best of all the last 2 orders I placed arrived on my doorstep within 5 days (quicker than mail order from some UK shops!).
Ordering 4-6 props at a time in the 10"-11" diameter range I think the cost worked out at about £3 per prop all-in.
|Jan 23, 2002, 11:01 AM|
I agree with Paul!
it took only a week from the click at the APC website till I had four big props on the doorstep!! and only $8 for the shipping to Sweden! amazing!
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