how is £28 expensive ya tight fisted bugger, i bought one and are xcellent , miles better than other expensive pumpshave any off u seen the above item on the go fishing site go into seatackle and click all items great idea but i think £28 75p plus £5.74 p&p is a bit much would have ordered two lastnight if they were around £20 plusp&P all coments welcome
Looks like a good idea that, methinks I'm gonna have to get one soonWe at TKR Fishing UK like to take on board any feedback we receive on any of our products.
A common statement we have received regarding the TKR LUG PUMPS does concern the softness of the COPPER PIPE. Although we have not experienced any damage to the TKR LUG PUMPS we use, some potential customers have aired a valid point:
'if you were unfortunate enough to hit a stone while pumping that could result in damaging the end of the pump.'
With this in mind we did ponder the thought of starting to hand craft the TKR LUG PUMPS in STAINLESS STEEL. Due to massive expense this was not possible as we would have to increase their sale price to around £50-£60. At this price we would be in competition with other companies on the market so we decided to retire to the drawing board.
After some time we thought,
WHY HAND CRAFT THE WHOLE PUMP OUT OF A STRONGER MATERIAL WHERE THE END IS THE ONLY PART THAT IS LIKELY TO DAMAGE?!
So now all our 22 mm TKR LUG PUMPS (and in the not so distant future the 28 mm) are hand crafted to include a STAINLESS STEEL collar brazed to the of each one. This collar together with the system we have invented to keep it solid WILL withstand any potential damage from stones and concrete if you were unfortunate to drop your pump.
Now our 22 mm TKR LUG PUMPS offer the STRENGTH and DURABILITY of rival STAINLESS STEEL LUG PUMPS on the current market
WITHOUT THE EXPENSIVE PRICE TAG
AS WE HAVE NOT CHANGE OUR PRICE!
Check it out by visiting our home page:
Thanks for all your interest.
TKR Fishing UK
Thanks David, I've seen it before, but I cant work out the steps, probably just me being thick,lol. What I need is a step by step guide, with pics, and with a list of all components and tools needed :thumbs: