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Reccomendation for mobile hands free & towbar fitters in Bristol?

Reccomendation for mobile hands free & towbar fitters in Bristol?

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pimpin gimp

Original Poster:

1,732 posts

97 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Morning all.

Anyone know of any decent mobile fitters in the Bristol area. I've got an E91 3 series estate and I'd like a Bluetooth doodah installed. Plenty of them available if I search google but would like a reccomendation for someone who isn't going to butcher my dash!

Ditto a towbar, would like a removable one, anyone had a fitter come to them to do it?

Cheers

Ryan

Six Fiend

5,625 posts

112 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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I used these chaps for my Parrot smile

http://www.automotive-control.co.uk/index.php

I went to them to save a few quid. Coffee supplied, wi-fi and toilet.

Barry Ashcroft

1,887 posts

118 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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I'm an independent mobile installer have 21 years experience. I can quote you for what you require please email me your requirements I'd be happy to offer you a good honest local service.

Info@celtrack.co.uk

Barry

pimpin gimp

Original Poster:

1,732 posts

97 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Cool, you can expect an email tomorrow then once I've worked out what I want!

Ta

TorqueVR

1,304 posts

96 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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I've used Wester Car Radio on Anchor Road twice for bluetooth. They did a decent job both times

carreauchompeur

13,920 posts

101 months

Monday 15th October 2012
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Barry Ashcroft said:
I'm an independent mobile installer have 21 years experience. I can quote you for what you require please email me your requirements I'd be happy to offer you a good honest local service.

Info@celtrack.co.uk

Barry
Did you get my e-mail on the 7th??

carreauchompeur

13,920 posts

101 months

Monday 15th October 2012
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TorqueVR said:
I've used Wester Car Radio on Anchor Road twice for bluetooth. They did a decent job both times
I might give them a try for a new alarm if I can't find anyone else, they don't seem cheap but are undeniably handy!

Six Fiend

5,625 posts

112 months

Monday 15th October 2012
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Get a quote from AC in my post above smile

Barry Ashcroft

1,887 posts

118 months

Monday 15th October 2012
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carreauchompeur said:
Did you get my e-mail on the 7th??
No sorry, nothing from the op either.

Check the email sometimes people put two ll's in celtrack.

carreauchompeur

13,920 posts

101 months

Wednesday 17th October 2012
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Thanks, It did go to right address but I've now resent.

Do have outline quote from WCR but want some comparison.

pimpin gimp

Original Poster:

1,732 posts

97 months

Saturday 27th October 2012
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Barry Ashcroft said:
Check the email sometimes people put two ll's in celtrack.
Ha, that's exactly what I did!
Bought a ck3000 evo and one of those connect2 kits, fitted it myself in a couple of hours today - went smoother than expected but I could do with foam wrapping a few bits as I'm getting some rattles.

Can't believe how well it went in, and works perfectly off the steering wheel controls. None of the parrot is visible other than the mic, ideal.

£120, bargain.

LordGrover

25,826 posts

109 months

Monday 29th October 2012
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Barry Ashcroft said:
No sorry, nothing from the op either.

Check the email sometimes people put two ll's in celtrack.
May be worth showing address as a mailto linky in the forums: info@celtrack.co.uk.

[mail]info@celtrack.co.uk[/mail]

Makes it clickable and pretty darned difficult to get wrong. wink