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Brake pipe clip screws

Post by bigbulli » Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:44 am

As fitted to post 3/55 buses. Made from stainless steel so won't rust. £1 each + p&p.

£1.50 postage in the UK inc Paypal fees.
£4.50 postage to Europe inc Paypal fees.
£5.50 postage to rest of world inc Paypal fees.

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Re: RE: Brake pipe clip screws

Post by type21f » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:00 am

bigbulli wrote:As fitted to post 3/55 buses. Made from stainless steel so won't rust. £1 each + p&p.

£1.50 postage in the UK inc Paypal fees.
£4.50 postage to Europe inc Paypal fees.
£5.50 postage to rest of world inc Paypal fees.

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As fitted into the side chassis rails to hold the P clips to hold brake lines from front to back.

I believe these are also the fixings used to attach the front under cab belly pan.
These fixings screw into SOME of the holes and also there are some fine threaded bolts.
I had previously searched for a modern equivalent of these.. AFAIK these have not been available..
Till now..

Off to work out how many I need!!
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Post by vwJim » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:04 am

AFAIK front pans were always machine screws.
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Post by type21f » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:18 am

vwJim wrote:AFAIK front pans were always machine screws.
Correction..Not quite..

AFAIK.. certainly there were similar maybe longer ones on the front of the belly pan. Certainly used the brake line chassis ones on the belly pan of my 64. Fitted fine.
Took brake line P fixings out along chassis rail. Fitted conduit and belly pans to the 64 so had some left in my stash.

Set just removed from unrestored but under sealed 65 RHD belly pan.

The front four are shown and are like the above with washers. These fix into the pressed metal work of the rear panel of the front valance.

The machine screws (obtainable) are threaded into the front chassis framed structure with washers.

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Belly pan and front valance was missing from my 62. I have bought a RHD belly pan and have to retap the threaded holes to M? For the eight and can make them M? To fit.

So I will buy some of these!

PM me please with Paypal details . Not yet sure how many off.
Off to ask about external brake pipe runs..
Have belly pans on all microbuses.. one needing some of these..
Fire Truck has bare chassis all present and correct.

Monkey_knuts started a thread asking for a source of these

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Post by vwJim » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:08 pm

I've seen front valances threaded but I don't remember the years. There's a few year charges for the cab pans too.
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Post by type21f » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:17 pm

vwJim wrote:I've seen front valances threaded but I don't remember the years. There's a few year charges for the cab pans too.
Yes true...several variations across hand and year.. inccluding 67 only
Had to modify the 64 to accomodate dual m/c by putting on a bulge..
Just saying I have worked on removing/ regitting three 65 MY belly pans and all had have similar carse thread hex head threaded fittings..

Dave Haywood made the same comment..
Several variations..

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Post by bigbulli » Sun Jan 22, 2017 7:55 pm

Thanks G, you have pm!


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Post by Rocket Ron » Sun Jan 22, 2017 8:24 pm

Rich, do these have a K on there head as per original, Kipper,

Rocket...yeh
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Post by bigbulli » Thu Feb 23, 2017 9:46 am

I still have some available :-)

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Post by bigbulli » Thu Feb 23, 2017 9:49 am

Rocket Ron wrote:Rich, do these have a K on there head as per original, Kipper,

Rocket...yeh

The originals do not have K or kipper on Ron :roll: :wink:

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