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Maximum price you want to pay in the groupbuy + shipping.
$300 + shipping (ie regular price, but your just ready to get them now, or that you will buy them no matter what) 8%  8%  [ 6 ]
$290 + shipping 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
$280 + shipping 7%  7%  [ 5 ]
$270 + shipping 7%  7%  [ 5 ]
$260 + shipping 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
$250 + shipping 32%  32%  [ 23 ]
$240 + shipping 11%  11%  [ 8 ]
$230 + shipping 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
$220 + shipping 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
$210 + shipping 3%  3%  [ 2 ]
$200 + shipping 11%  11%  [ 8 ]
Less than $200 + shipping 13%  13%  [ 9 ]
Total votes : 72
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 Post subject: Ok guys, I need a new headcount for samco hoses:
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This is not a permanent count, and I still don't have a groupbuy price for us. I am talking to vendors but I need to know how many people are currently interested, which is somewhat hard to do without knowing a groupbuy price.


So here's how this will work, we know the regular retail price is $300. I'm going to put up the poll with $10 increments. Lets say the increment is + shipping.

So the $300 option would mean you are willing to pay $300 plus shipping. Please select the maximum price that you will be willing to pay in the groupbuy, please keep in mind that if you select a poll option I need to be able to count on these numbers for our groupbuy pricing. This way I can tally down the list and know how many people we have at 300, 290, 280, 270, 260, etc so when I talk to the vendor I can give them rough number for the pricing area we are looking at.

I really hope I am not confusing anyone here with this. If you dont understand what I am asking for hold off on selecting the poll option and post up and I will try to help you understand.

Thanks all!

(also, keep in mind, 2 new stock hoses will set you back about $200 at list price, and won't last much longer than your first hoses did)

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Just out of curiousity, how long should the stock hoses last? I'm at 2 years and 27K still going strong. What is Samco warrenty?

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My stock hoses died about 40,000 (with a Provent on)

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Even at the $300 price, I'm interested in these. I plan on keeping the Libby for quite awhile, and having a blown hose in the middle of nowhere is a very unappealing idea. I bought this vehicle because I need a reliable, economical vehicle to go to off highway sites (some of which are 10 miles or so from paved highways) , and I'm interested in keeping it reliable.


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wolcott wrote:
Even at the $300 price, I'm interested in these. I plan on keeping the Libby for quite awhile, and having a blown hose in the middle of nowhere is a very unappealing idea. I bought this vehicle because I need a reliable, economical vehicle to go to off highway sites (some of which are 10 miles or so from paved highways) , and I'm interested in keeping it reliable.


Ditto!! I live rural and just getting it to a dealer is 45 miles away. I was thinking of getting a spare set of OEM hoses to keep on hand JIC. I would rather pony up for the Samco hoses.

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$250 group buy, if its more than that, I'll just wait till I need them.

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Copy that, thanks everyone for voting, this is really helpful right now.

I guess I will leave the poll up untill tuesday, since we wont have alot of votes in by the end of the business day for me to make my follow up calls, I will hope to catch stragglers over the holiday weekend.

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Sir Sam wrote:
Copy that, thanks everyone for voting, this is really helpful right now.

I guess I will leave the poll up untill tuesday, since we wont have alot of votes in by the end of the business day for me to make my follow up calls, I will hope to catch stragglers over the holiday weekend.


I missed the poll, but I'd be in at $250 + shipping.

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I'm in for the $250+.

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Sir Sam wrote:
Copy that, thanks everyone for voting, this is really helpful right now.

I guess I will leave the poll up untill tuesday, since we wont have alot of votes in by the end of the business day for me to make my follow up calls, I will hope to catch stragglers over the holiday weekend.


I missed the poll, but I'd be in at $250 + shipping.


uh, the poll is still open, dont worry, your good.

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Alrighty guys, we still have about 100 votes to go before we get the same number of people who were in on the first poll.


Keep em coming.

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I am still here and if Samco dealers are serious this time, I would
still like a set of the hoses, if I could, Please?
Will pay 280 +
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So, Pat Buchanon is not an option this time? Bummer.

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I must have missed a lot of info somewhere. What is it about the Samco hoses that are better then the OEM??? 40K on any hose doesn't seem unresonable.

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So, Pat Buchanon is not an option this time? Bummer.


Sorry no, you floridians must be felling left out now huh?

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I voted for a 20% discount=$240.00

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I must have missed a lot of info somewhere. What is it about the Samco hoses that are better then the OEM??? 40K on any hose doesn't seem unresonable.
You did. The Samco hoses are silicone and won't weep oil and burst like OEM cheap rubber.

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I must have missed a lot of info somewhere. What is it about the Samco hoses that are better then the OEM??? 40K on any hose doesn't seem unresonable.
You did. The Samco hoses are silicone and won't weep oil and burst like OEM cheap rubber.


Well. OK I'm in but only if the cost is equal to or lower the OEM. Otherwise, I'll pick up a spare set of OEM and plan on changing every 3 years or so.

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I'm still interested. the lower the price the better.

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I'm still interested. the lower the price the better.


Obviously, though most vendors want to know how many people I have interested before even releasing a price, at least this I have a rough idea when I talk to them.

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