Frequently Asked Questions

 

Top 3 most Frequently Asked Questions:

 

1) How much is a Pegasus Parts bulkhead?

All our bulkheads start from £1800.00 (for a bare metal finish), plus to protect your bulkhead Surface finishes start from £180.00 plus VAT

 

2) What is the lead time for a Series bulkhead?

Our current manufacturing lead time is 6 months from the day you place your order, however we are working to reduce this.

 

3) Do you make bulkheads for 90/110, Defender, Lightweight, 80"? 

Not yet, but we will be! We are currently specialising in Series 2/2a, Series 3 and 80" bulkheads.

The schedule for making other types of bulkheads is as follows:

  • Lightweight Upper Vent Panel Assembly - Summer 2017
  • Series 1, 1954 to 1958 (86", 107", 88" and 109") - 2018
  • Lightweight Lower Bulkhead Assembly - Late 2018
  • 90/110 and Defender - 2019

Our 1954 to 1958 Series 1 bulkheads are currently supplied by a 3rd party and the 90/110 bulkheads are available as phosphate coated quality repaired second-hand units.

 

Do you ship to my country?

Yes, we ship all over the world. Please order as normal and at the checkout stage a drop-down box will appear with all the countries and territories listed. 

 

How much will the shipping cost? 

Shipping costs are automatically calculated by the website and are based upon the weight of the order. Due to some component sizes and destination country you may find the shipping defaults to £999.99. This is a trigger to contact us for a recalculated shipping charge. Generally small orders of service items etc should go through with no problem. 

 

How much will it cost to ship a bulkhead?

Shipping prices vary from country to country - please contact us for an approximate price, however we prefer to get a final quote near to the time the bulkhead order is ready to be shipped, as prices can flucturate.

All our bulkheads that are shipped overseas, leave us in a securely packed and specially 'made to measure' certified crate. We use a reliable courier service that will ensure your order is delivered safely.

Pegasus Parts Bulkhead Crate  BH Crate 

Crate Measurements
Length = 175cm
Width  = 102cm
Height = 54cm
Gross Weight = 74kg
Net Weight  = 26kg

If we are making arrangements to ship your order within the UK, your bulkhead won't need a crate for protection, because we only use a courier service that we know and trust. They will ensure your bulkhead is delivered with the best tender loving care!

What currency will I be billed in?

All prices on the Pegasus Parts website are in £GBP (Great British Pound) Sterling.

 

Will I need to pay customs duty on my parts order?

Every country has different rules, so we would advise that you contact your local customs service to find out more about the duty costs in your country.

 

Do you manufacture any other bulkheads?

We currently only manufacture bulkheads for Series 1, 1954 to 1958 models and Series 2/2a, 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder models. 

Visit our new remanufactured parts section for more details.

 

What's the difference between Genuine, OE or OEM and Replacement parts?

The short answer is quality and cost. However it is more complicated than that. Briefly...

Genuine means it comes in a Land-Rover marked box, or if it is unboxed, the item has the Land-Rover logo on it. This though is not foolproof as a whole industry exists to copy such things.

OE or OEM (Original Equipment or Original Equipment Manufacturer) means it is manufactured by a current or past supplier to Land-Rover. Again the component may be in an OE marked box or the item is marked in some way. The trading relationship may have ended, but still that manufacturer would be regarded as 'OE'. A bit of a grey area.

Replacement or 'pattern' means components that are manufactured by third parties, neither Land-Rover directly or any recognised OEM. Usually these parts are manufactured because there is no alternative, the market demand is not big enough for an OEM to set up manufacture. Pegasus Parts is technically a replacement parts manufacturer.

The term 'pattern' is not used so often these days but used to refer to poor quality replacement parts, they were patterns of the original or poor copies.

To confuse the issue it is possible for 'replacement' parts manufacturers to use tooling and machinery that has been disposed of by an OEM, so although worn, the parts produced have been made using the original tools. This is why it may sometimes be better to overhaul original Genuine parts rather than fit so called 'new' replacement parts.

To clarify this confusion we list our parts with suffix codes as follows: 

  • Part number followed by OEM, eg: RTC 3184 OEM, indicates an OE manufactured part. In this case Crosland manufactured Oil Filter for the 2¼ engines.
  • Part number followed by REP, eg: 611659 REP, indicates a replacement manufactured part. In this case a replacement specification V8 Rocker Shaft.

 

Is there anything else we can help you with?

Please do get in touch.

 

 

 




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