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    Default Citroen DS pieces.

    I'm wondering if there is a reliable source of DS parts available locally. I'm not talking about low volume pieces that maybe required for a resto, just the main consumables that are needed for ongoing maintenance / upkeep.

    Typically I default to Citroenclassics.co.uk every time I go there the service has improved.
    There are many more citroworld, blondeau, citrotech, lehmann, sasson, andre are all reliable, depending on what you need.

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    The main issue is around freight and time, heavier items become quite expensive, and sometimes I would rather grab things as I need rather than having to wait 10 days.

    Is there a local supplier that is known?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mberry View Post
    I'm wondering if there is a reliable source of DS parts available locally. I'm not talking about low volume pieces that maybe required for a resto, just the main consumables that are needed for ongoing maintenance / upkeep.

    Typically I default to Citroenclassics.co.uk every time I go there the service has improved.
    There are many more citroworld, blondeau, citrotech, lehmann, sasson, andre are all reliable, depending on what you need.

    The main issue is around freight and time, heavier items become quite expensive, and sometimes I would rather grab things as I need rather than having to wait 10 days.

    Is there a local supplier that is known?
    DS Motors in Brisbane carry a range of consumables, hoses, belts, boots, bump stops, seals, some used parts etc.
    Roger Parker in Adelaide much the same but also carries some of the repro stock, some trim, repair panels etc.

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