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Fuel Pipe/ Frame Clips
#1
Hi folks, can anybody help me identify the part number or a cross reference to these pipe clips please? This one attaches the steel pipe running from the fuel accumulator to the fuel filter, to the LHS of the frame. I can't seem to find them. Thank you brethren and sistren!

Rich        

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Richard Hanlon
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#2
This is what Ed seems to be selling for that part (SP10427). Doesn't quite look the same as yours, but perhaps just a different colour, and maybe yours has been broken, making it look different from his?...

https://www.delorean.eu/catalog/product_...s_id=48064

Ah! Found them. What you've got there is one half of a whole assembled clip. This place does them...

https://www.comdir.co.uk/t-stud-swivel-clip-female.html
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#3
That's brilliant detective work, thanks Rissy :-)

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#4
How many do you need Rich ? I notice they are sold in packs of 100. If you want to go splits let me know as I am 8 months behind you Smile
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#5
Hah, as far as I know, 1!!

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(27 May 2020, 15:09)Rich Hanlon Wrote: Hah, as far as I know, 1!!

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Heh :Smile

I am also in need of the fuel rail pipe clips, the one where a circular tube with a clip goes into a collar (I seem to have these in black and white) not sure if they are different sizes.

I would also love to get some of the black zip tie looking ones, I started cutting these off before I realised they were attached to the chassis through holes and a peg and you can actually release them. 

Did  you have any joy finding those.

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#7
Wow, congratulations! Great work . I hope I haven't inadvertently led you astray - and I bet you'll be overtaking me shortly!! ( Haven't done anything these last few weeks as have had work by day then the kids in the evenings by which point the Mrs is somewhat frazzled!!)

I reckon you need to start your own thread on this one chap .

I can't quite picture the clips you mean, but Bresco in Loughborough is a fairly safe bet for lots of different types.


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https://www.bresco.com/

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Brilliant find Richard.
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