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Old 11-22-2007, 11:38 PM
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Billet hose hold-downs in LARGE sizes?

Looking for a manufactuter/supplier of billet (or chromed) hold downs for coolant hose. Something that will hold down hose with an O.D. of about 1.25 or 1.5"

I don't want to use the rubber coated or rubber spongy clamps.

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i don't know if they have them in that size. but T-bolt clamps are pretty cool. and they are usually stainless. some easy polishing makes em look pretty good.
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Thanks, but I need them for securing the hose to the chassis.
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Actually, maybe those will work. I didn't realize what they were.
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Old 11-25-2007, 05:19 PM
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please excuse, i misunderstood.

if you do make those work. please reply back to this thread, with pics. i would like to see that.
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I actually found T-clamps, with a mounting hole, that are used for mounting aeromotive fuel pumps.

http://store.summitracing.com/largei...ei-11106_w.jpg

Problem is, I cannot seem to find a source for these. These would be perfect if I could find them.

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Try McMaster-Carr they have a full catalog of various kinds of industrial supplies and may have just the clamps that you desire..

Some times we need to do a work around such as drilling a hole in the clamp and securing it to the chassis with a screw or pop-rivet then attaching the tube with a clamp..

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I am not sure these are what you need but they are available from summit. you might have to call for the size.

http://store.summitracing.com/egnsea...115+4294813360


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Thanks guys. I will try both sources.

Jeff
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