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Vegiecars
1st July 2007, 11:25 AM
Hi Folks,

Vegiecars.com (http://www.vegiecars.com/) is an Australian business based in the Dandenong Ranges of Melbourne, marketing a complete range of conversion systems ideally suited to Australian Conditions.

Our component kits come complete with wiring looms and switches, everything that you'll need for a DIY installation, with full support by email if necessary.

Our product range (http://www.vegiecars.com/products/)includes:
How to Literature (http://www.vegiecars.com/Booklet/), Fuel Prefilters (http://www.vegiecars.com/filtration/), Fuel Tanks (http://www.vegiecars.com/Fuel_Tanks/), Fuel Processors (http://www.vegiecars.com/Davco_234/), Agglomerators (http://www.vegiecars.com/Agglomerator/), Filter Heaters (http://www.vegiecars.com/Filter_Heater/), Flat Plate Heat Exchangers (http://www.vegiecars.com/HeatExchanger/), Fuel Selector Valves (http://www.vegiecars.com/Fuel_Valve/), 12v Fuel Line Heating Systems (http://www.vegiecars.com/VegieFuelHeater/), Injector Line Heating Systems (http://www.vegiecars.com/Injector_Heater/), Systems for Cold Starting (http://www.vegiecars.com/Injector_Heater/) and Automatic Purging. We also cater for 24v systems, with a complete 24v range of products.

We are very active in the Australian media (http://www.vegiecars.com/LatestNews/), having appeared in the RACV RoyalAuto magazine (http://www.vegiecars.com/LatestNews/), the ATA's Renew Magazine (http://www.vegiecars.com/ATA/)and ABC Carbon Cops (http://www.vegiecars.com/Carboncops/)program just to mention a few.

So come and check us out. If we don't have what your after, we'll get it for you.

A commission from sales that have been referred from this Forum will be donated to it.

Regards
Marcus

David
1st July 2007, 12:07 PM
I have looked at your site before.
While it is very interesting, your parts prices are very high compared to what they can be had for elsewhere.

Vegiecars
1st July 2007, 04:15 PM
Hi David,

I'm sure that if you hunt around for anything you can find it cheaper, often at wholesalers etc. I know because sometimes it takes days of hunting to get a good price, and usually I end up overseas where the customer service is lousy, which is why I started Vegiecars in the first place.

Vegiecars (http://www.vegiecars.com) offers everything at one place with superior customer service and support. I'm sure that you won't find a full range of comparatively low priced, robust conversion components elsewhere in Australia.

Regards
Marcus