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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-02-2019, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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Stainless Double Ear Clamps

The old girl is due for 24k service. Has any one got a source for stainless double ear clamps for the internal fuel lines. Preferably Australia based.

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How many total you need? I have a few.

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After alot of searching I bought some from the UK.....

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I also have a bag of them.... from McMaster-Carr. Cheap as chips.
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They seem unusually difficult to find here.

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Never seen them Glenno,I just use the usual steel ones,they won’t rust buried in fuel.Just sayin.
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I also have a bag of them.... from McMaster-Carr. Cheap as chips.
How about a part number?.....Makes it way easier to order them

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https://www.mcmaster.com/ear-hose-clamps

Interestingly I would be more inclined to purchase the 7-9mm (9/32" to 23/64") ones rather than the 5/16-7/16ones in that list because the 7.9mm (5/16) is smack bang in the middle of its range.

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I have just done my fuel filter and 13-15 is the right size for the fuel hose.
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