3000/4000c Mk II

Parts diagram

Parts diagram

Customer information

IMPORTANT – CUSTOMERS INFORMATION
This page is under constant construction with new parts being added. Please also note any manufacturer’s updates as listed

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E-mail:
shop@peasridge.co.uk

Telephone:
UK Mainland: 01424 882900/882211
Overseas: 0044 1424 882900/882211

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ORDERING PARTS
Please have details relating to make and model of machine, as well as applicable part or diagram identification numbers to hand. Failure to do this may result in errors in the parts ordered/supplied.

TRADE – DISCOUNTS
Trade discounted prices are available on all parts to bona fide trade repair businesses. Please contact us for further information

SHIPPING
We make every effort to ship parts the same day for next day delivery on the UK Mainland

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
We ship worldwide daily.

MANUFACTURER’S UPDATES
<b The PREMIER Mk I & Mk II models are no longer manufacturered and sold in the UK & European markets. Parts continue to be available.

CUSTOMER INFORMATION:
The Premier 3000 & 4000s Mark I models (shearing machine) came into production in the year 2000 and were succeeded by the Premier 3000 & 4000s Mark II models in the autumn of 2009.

The Mk I model had a German made (Hauptner) head, and the Mk II model has a Chinese made head. Mk I hand pieces (Body unit) are German made. Mk II belived to be Chinese made.

Mark I models are easily distinguished by observing the shearing machine head which is alloy with a black shear head cover – unlike the Mark II model which has a black shiny head and blue plastic shear head cover.

PLEASE NOTE
Parts for the Mk I and Mk II shearing heads ARE different
DO NOT attempt to fit in-correct parts

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