Fuel hose clips

Discussion in 'Mech Tech' started by PIE, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. PIE

    PIE

    Due to using what I had in stock I have a couple of jubilee clips in me fuel system, I might as well change the lot, looking on ebay Im not sure which is the best the screw type or the springy ones??
     
  2. I use the (Swedish?) stainless screw jobs - not that expensive. Plenty around. Important to get the right size so they clamp up properly.
     
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  3. I use the Mikalor springy ones. Dscf5100 Cropped.jpg
     
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  5. PIE

    PIE

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  8. ^whs^ depends on the od of the pipe you've bought.. I think I used codan at 5.6 ID which is 12.2 OD so I used ABA12's which are 11.5 -13mm range

    I think Volksbolts say use the 11...

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  9. davidoft

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  10. On my fuel injection set up I used 28 screw type clips, measure the OD of hoses for correct size. Jubilee clips just eat into rubber hose or squash filter lines.!
     
  11. @PIE Bearing man at Shrewsbury will help you, they also do Gates fuel hose

    Behind Tesco at Harlescott :thumbsup:

    on another note did i see you at Diva Dubs with the bay and the Splitty ?
     
  12. PIE

    PIE

    Yea you should have said hello, the split won but the bay was an also run much to the wife disgust who loves the bay more, I know the CEO of bearing man he was nearly me next door neighbour and I see him in me local pub now and then!!
     
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  13. i think we did speak, did you have single wheel trailer on the Bay ?
    Is it Steve at bearing man by any chance ?
     
  14. PIE

    PIE

    Yea thats the one, did you like the bay or split, and yes Steve the singer
     
  15. Got to be the bay (as we are on the late bay Forum ):D
     

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