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Has anyone dealt with Vintage British Cables for gauge repair or restoration in Canada? Their prices seem to be fair, especially with the exchange rate. Gary


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Yes. Very good company. If you get instruments done there, do yourself a favor and get cables from them too. My only cable supplier for Smiths instruments.


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Originally Posted by Beach
Yes. Very good company. If you get instruments done there, do yourself a favor and get cables from them too. My only cable supplier for Smiths instruments.
+1, I buy all my cables from them now, the quality of them beats anything I have had from other suppliers


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I agree, a very good company. Their gauge restorations are top notch and they deal in the best quality cables. I ordered a speedo for my AJS and there was a problem with the shipping between the US and Canada. The package got caught up in a customs issue. Vintage British Cables was instrumental in resolving the problem and me finally getting my ordered speedo gauge. They went the extra mile in making sure I got my order.

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