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Too many people buying them to try out their culinary skills.

See https://rangerovers.pub/topic/1620-what-have-you-done-to-your-range-rover-today?page=1.0#pid23660 if that doesn't make sense......

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Gilbertd wrote:

Yes, got it and replied.

On the pollen filters, been on to Euro. The 507670038 is correct which cross references to a Crosland C40235P but the ones they sent were Crosland C40353P with the 507670038 number hand written on the boxes. The C40353P are for a Lexus. My local branch don't have any in stock so they've given me a returns number and DHL will be picking them up tomorrow. The correct ones will arrive sometime.......

At least you got some lol. I'm still waiting :(

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My local branch is one of the bigger ones so I was a bit surprised when I ordered them and the site said they weren't available for click and collect only delivery. When I spoke to them today they gave me a returns number and said I could take them into the local branch and swap them for the correct ones initially. Then the guy checked and my local branch has 1 in stock (which seems a bit odd as you fit them in pairs) so the courier will be collecting the wrong ones but no indication of when I'll get the right ones.

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? I just typed "P38 pollen filters" into ebay for mine, took a couple of days

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Still waiting for my pollen filters too... clearly they couldn't cope with the INSANE DEMAND generated by this mega-site :)

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Or they've realised they've dropped a bollock by advertising pollen filters that are normally around £11 each at £8.50 for 4 and are hoping we all get bored and ask for the order to be cancelled and a refund.

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No, I think you're underestimating the sheer power of the light side :)

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Gilbertd wrote:

Yes, got it and replied.

On the pollen filters, been on to Euro. The 507670038 is correct which cross references to a Crosland C40235P but the ones they sent were Crosland C40353P with the 507670038 number hand written on the boxes. The C40353P are for a Lexus. My local branch don't have any in stock so they've given me a returns number and DHL will be picking them up tomorrow. The correct ones will arrive sometime.......

Got mine today. Exactly same problem as you.
Will be returning them.

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Did you get the same ones?

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Gilbertd wrote:

Did you get the same ones?

It's what I was thinking lol

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Mine were picked up by the courier about 10:30 this morning so I doubt they've re-labelled them and sent them to you. That would be expect far too good service from DPD.....

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Gilbertd wrote:

Mine were picked up by the courier about 10:30 this morning so I doubt they've re-labelled them and sent them to you. That would be expect far too good service from DPD.....

Lol, yeah, mine are being picked up tomorrow from work.

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Mine have arrived - probably the third time this set has been sent out to a P38 owner in error!
Crossland C40353P with a hand written label on the box saying 507607 038.
Bollox.

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Sounds like they've sent you the ones that i returned.......

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Second lot arrived friday. Same bloody filters again.
Had argument with them as they think I have ordered in error.

Taking them to local branch for refund.

I even found a guy on eBay selling the same ones as he got same as us.

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tanis8472 wrote:

I even found a guy on eBay selling the same ones

Yup, there's others too (was me on eBay) - It's one of those parts that slightly seems too good to be true from a major shop, but they were priced right. A couple of people round here have ordered them and from description received the same wrong ones. Gave up on selling them, was good advice to go for a refund in store - cheers for that.

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SamH wrote:

tanis8472 wrote:

I even found a guy on eBay selling the same ones

Yup, there's others too (was me on eBay) - It's one of those parts that slightly seems too good to be true from a major shop, but they were priced right. A couple of people round here have ordered them and from description received the same wrong ones. Gave up on selling them, was good advice to go for a refund in store - cheers for that.

Hah, that's funny lol.
Taking mine back tomorrow. Saturday i was busy as you know.

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tanis8472 wrote:

Taking mine back tomorrow. Saturday i was busy as you know.

I forgot they aren't open afternoons (or my local one's not) on Saturdays. Gives me an excuse to get out of the office in the week.

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Yeah, I think most close half day Saturday.
Took em back last night. No problem at all.
The guy in local branch is good

I think I'll just use eBay for pollen filters. Normally find something at reasonable cost. I refuse to pay £15 or thereabouts for 1 filter.

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tanis8472 wrote:

I think I'll just use eBay for pollen filters. Normally find something at reasonable cost. I refuse to pay £15 or thereabouts for 1 filter.

It's not bad for them, I've bought filters on eBay a couple of times. (Mind you, mislabelled Toyota/Lexus filters don't seem to shift). There's a few parts that are sometimes better value from eBay than the usual shops, suppose it depends on overheads as much as supply/demand.