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Old 07-30-2012, 12:38 PM
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I got my Monarchs on ebay. The site that sold them did not have them listed at the time but I messaged him he had them and he sent me an invoice for them.
Look at the eBay seller name and the M source name. I think you will find that that are the same.
They are getting shipments but they are mostly pre-sold but I guess if you are lucky to contact them when they have extras you get them. If not lucky you wait or go someplace else.

About 3 years ago there was several regular auto part sellers that sold the Monark Nozzles but the cost was more. I doubt if they are still selling them.

It would still be nice to have some other good quality choices.
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Old 07-30-2012, 11:11 PM
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I Emailed Dieselsend over the Weekend and they answered Fast.
What Country are the Henzo the SD265 and SD262 Injector Nozzles Made in?
Dear Mr. Innerbickler,

thank you for your request. All DN0SD... pintle type nozzles that are
branded 'HENZO' are maufactured in northern Italy, exclusively in one
special factury. The factury provides a constantly high quality.
The 'HENZO' brand is my own.

I am at your service for further information,

Henrik Raulefs

www.DieselSend.de
Marthastr. 48
20259 Hamburg
Germany
the Bosio factory is in northern Italy (Torino). i suspect that the dieselsend nozzles are made by Bosio just as an offbrand (probably made by the same machine that makes the original Bosio's); seems unlikely that a small factory would specialize in diesel nozzles (i would think it takes very specialized equipment to make these nozzles). like i said, the quality of these seem to be very good (after 5,000 miles though). his prices are really good too (yet another reason i think they're made by Bosio, a small shop would not make much money on these if they only produced them in small quantities); i think i paid less than $100 for 5 nozzles and a 100 pc set of adjustment shims including shipping. he accepts paypal (he did for me anyway) since i was in the USA and he knows it's hard to do a wire transfer to Germany, and he doesn't charge the VAT.
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I have the old fashioned injectors with hard lines for both supply and return. They don't have fabric return lines. Does anyone know if my injector nozzles are the same as on all your injectors with the fabric return lines? Those prices are very reasonable, and I need update my injector nozzles. I will write Mr. Raulefs as well, but I wanted to get a second opinion (in advance). Thanks.
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I have the old fashioned injectors with hard lines for both supply and return. They don't have fabric return lines. Does anyone know if my injector nozzles are the same as on all your injectors with the fabric return lines? Those prices are very reasonable, and I need update my injector nozzles. I will write Mr. Raulefs as well, but I wanted to get a second opinion (in advance). Thanks.
You ought to put what Engine, Vehicle and so on you want them for.
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:48 PM
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Oops

Sorry, that was pretty stupid of me. I have a 1968 220D, W115, OM 615.912. The injectors themselves look rather different that standard injectors since they have metal return lines. I found a photo (from elsewhere on this site, sorry if I stole your photo) which hopefully will convey the difference. I don't want to buy new nozzles and disassemble one, only to find out their internals are totally different than standard. Thanks.
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Old 07-31-2012, 02:21 PM
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FSM skips my model

Above, I asked if standard bosch nozzles would work in my older 220D. I wanted to clarify why I need your help. The FSM does not specify which nozzle works in a 615.912 (220D W115). It lists a nozzle for 615.913 (which is the 200D engine), and a 615.941 (which is the 1970s version of the 220D engine). But I suspect neither of those has the older injectors with hard, metal return lines.

I have attached the appropriate page from the FSM for the 115s and 123s, but it sadly skips my model. I also cannot get EPC to work, which is confounding my efforts. Thanks.
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