How it works
The prime aim of the Club Spares Scheme
is to help you all keep your machines on the road. We try to do this by
purchasing suitable, reasonable quality second-hand spares, and more
importantly, having unobtainable parts made. Some may query why we also
stock items available elsewhere, such as gaskets and the like, but
obviously these quick moving parts enable us to build up funds to pay for
the tooling and manufacture of non-existent ones.
A Spares Scheme Price List is available to all members via a
download option, with additions
and amendments published periodically in the club magazine. It is
impractical to list our second-hand stocks, as many are held on a one or
two off basis, but a separate note of your requirements in this respect
(with a stamped addressed envelope), giving as much information as
possible, will then enable us to let you know if we can help, the cost and
an accurate description of its condition and serviceability. Such
enquiries should not be made on an Order Form. All used items are
sold 'as is' and are not returnable.
We prefer customers to make their spares purchases using our interactive online store at
www.amoc-parts.com where you can place
your order and make payment using PayPal. Your items will be posted within few days of receiving your order.
We still take orders by post and fax, payment for spares may be made by
Visa/Mastercard/Switch or Maestro, but Credit Card Number and Expiry Date
must be quoted on the Order Form in the box provided. You may if you wish
telephone your order (preferably before lunch time). Personal callers at
the Spares Scheme are welcome during normal shop hours (i.e.
Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday 9:30am to 3pm).
Overseas members not using the online or Credit
Card service must send payment by Sterling Cheque or Sterling Postal/Money
Order, in view of the high bank charges for converting currency. We
realise this means they will have to pay charges to their bank, but to
lessen this burden why not send a much larger amount (normally the same
charge is levied by the banks regardless of the amount of a cheque). Any
surplus will then be held by the Scheme and the credit will be used
against future orders.
Click here to see a detailed map of how to get to
the Spares Scheme office, alternatively click here to see the
location of the Spares Scheme.
You can contact the Spares Office at .