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The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby Luke » Thu Jun 08, 2006 12:10 am

Company - The Transit Centre
Website - http://www.thetransitcentre.co.uk
Area - Dudley, West Midlands
Phone number - 01384 240933
Services Provided - They specialise in anything to do with Transit vans including new, second hand Vans. They undertake Transit reconditioning and supply Transit parts such as engines, gear boxes, body parts, headlights, bumpers, windscreen fittings, etc.
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Postby stevo » Thu Jun 08, 2006 11:33 pm

This is near to my house, its on the southern bypass.
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Postby stevo » Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:14 am

By the way, i went to check this place out. If your in the Midlands and you need spares, this place is great. They had a great selection out front and even more round the back. They even had a newish iveco in pieces just in view round the back.
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Postby stevo » Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:21 am

Visited The Transit center to get a qoute on a repaclement heater fan, come to £88, thats with VAT and includes fitting. Also got a qoute for power steering, £250 fitted, which my gaffer is now thinking about :D :D

By the way, was originally qouted £400 by the garage that looks after our fleet :shock:

Very helpful, clever guys at the Transit Center.
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Postby Jon-UK-RAH » Sat Apr 28, 2007 6:40 pm

I've used these guys a few times now for repairs, great prices, great service and all work done has been fine. Looks a bit scruffy when you turn up there but don't let it put you off!
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Postby Jon-UK-RAH » Sat Aug 25, 2007 3:42 pm

Went over to see these guys again yesterday and asked them to investigate a noise in my suspension. Two guys took it for a drive and spent 45 mins poking around with a crowbar trying to locate the problem but couldn't find anything worn to cause the noise so concluded it was at least safe. They didn't charge me a penny and didn't 'make up' a problem do get a quick job. Again these guys showed excellent service.
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby stretch2710 » Tue Jan 01, 2008 7:16 pm

These guys have looked after my mk2 ci camper for the last 3 years.I took it to many places for an MOT prep when i first had it and was told that the king pin had gone on the drivers side and the springhangers and crossmember needed welding.No body wanted to touch it to much hard work it seems.Went to see the lads and was told no problem did the welding,kigpins and the MOT and charged me £300 all in.Its gone back to them ever since ive popped in for bits and bobs and they ant even charged me.Dont expect it to be done straight away thou thay can be a bit half soaked but they are worth a go if they cant fix it they know someone who can.No job to big or small AAA+++
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Postby jonnydoggz » Fri May 02, 2008 5:21 pm

This post is to say a big thanks to the Transit Centre in Dudley.I cracked a leak off cap and couldnt get anyone to mail order one to me ,then I found Transit Centre, they said they would put one in the post they did, didnt charge me and they posted 2.The tranny is my only set of wheels so they really got me out of a hole. So a big shout to Lee n Co for their help. :D :D :D
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby chipv8 » Tue Jun 03, 2008 9:59 pm

My Brother used to work there for about four years and still gets on with the gaffer, Thats why I brought a transit!
They're a good bunch of lads!
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby alicdh » Wed Aug 20, 2014 9:09 pm

Purchased an upper centre trim panel for a MK7. Great service and part arrived promptly. Great bunch of guys.
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby stevo » Wed Nov 05, 2014 3:31 pm

More good feedback for the transit center. I've always used these guys on and off over the years and now I've got my new van they have been a big help.
Massive selection of new and used parts, hard to find stuff and a massive knowledge on any transit model.
Pete is on the forum, I would strongly recommend getting in touch if you need parts, very helpful and friendly.
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby bigyellow » Sat Mar 28, 2015 9:48 pm

do they do welding here as well as parts supply
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby KING OF ENGLAND » Sun Mar 29, 2015 11:53 pm

[quote="bigyellow"]do they do welding here as well as parts supply[/quote]
Yes they do any welding you require to mot standards
and also fit parts they supply if you need them to
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Re: The Transit Centre - Dudley

Postby gatecrasha » Wed Oct 19, 2016 4:58 pm

Picked up a jumbo with a few issues
Rang Transit centre for approx quotes as paying in cash.
Alternator supply n fit 70 quid
Central locking not unlocking doors 70 quid
Reverse light not functioning 20 quid
And supply a used headlight (self install)
Dropped off at Cafe had breakfast and returned
To learn it's was all fixed.
Ready for this ??
Alternator - loom plug mackerel / they replaced
Central locking - remote fob / they replaced
Reverse light - broken wire n new fuse
The bill = 20 quid all in.....
Bloody great service
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