I did and they're fine as sellers but the silicon oring set I bought from them didn't work and I drove myself crazy for months after trying to find leaks everywhere BUT the newly-overhauled valve block.Has anyone bought and used the complete kit from the ebay seller "symlisep38parts"? I am planning to buy from this seller since he offers the most complete kit for the valve block and the compressor..
Oh no I already bought it I hope they made some improvements, otherwise another 60$ is on the wayI did and they're fine as sellers but the silicon oring set I bought from them didn't work and I drove myself crazy for months after trying to find leaks everywhere BUT the newly-overhauled valve block.
It was only after eliminating everything else that suspicion fell on the valve block again and re-doing it with regular rubber (black) orings sorted it out. It was after that I found a post on here explaining why silicon doesn't work (as well as) regular rubber for the valve block. http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/7-range-rover-mark-ii-p38/27888-o-ring-sizes-p38-eas-air-lines.html
Anyhoo... yes they're fine but I'd strongly advise against them silicon orings.
It's an easy job to do- the key is ABSOLUTE cleanliness. Make sure you clean out any bit of the valve block that the orings will press against- lint free cloth and residue-free window cleaner worked the best for me and lubricate the orings with silicon grease when installing and you'll be fine.
Also- if you're using a Britpart valveblock, be careful when tightening the self tapping screws on the top of the valves. Britpart uses a different grade plastic than Landrover did on the original valveblocks and it's quite easy to strip the threads if you overighten.