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Hello all,

I have been searching the web for an hour and can not locate something like this simple bracket. Not sure what is it called from the factory. It is a simple effective way to mount steel, rubber or aluminum tube to the frame or fender well. It is shaped like an M with nothing more than a hole in the center for a bolt.
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There are a lot of hose separators but they are $$ and need to be drilled to mount to a frame.

Does anyone know what this was called from the factory or know of a source. I can always hit the pick a pul for this one project but would like to be able to order new and different sizes.

Thanks,
Chris
 

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That made me laugh!
Found the same thing after a 2 minute search.
I cheat!
I use ‘google images’ to find stuff.
I searched for fuel line clamps.
‘google images will show hundreds of pics for reference.
 

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That made me laugh!
Found the same thing after a 2 minute search.
I cheat!
I use ‘google images’ to find stuff.
I searched for fuel line clamps.
‘google images will show hundreds of pics for reference.
I search the images also,,, sometime i feel like google gets my in a loop of the same thing over and over. Especially if i click on something then it keeps giving me more of the same stuff i don't want.
 

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Yupper!
A lot of time it depends what you ask for. A different word or two turns up a lot of different stuff.
GM used those ‘m’ style clamps for fuel lines on their trucks. Easy to find at the wreckers.
 
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