Hydro adaptors in stainless steel

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Hydro adaptors in stainless steel

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I was asked to post this up when I had finished making them. Machined from 303 stainless, complete with nut and washer

Not cheap tho, £33.60 each https://shop.catmint.biz/product/21a152 ... ess-steel/
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While I was at it, I also did some of the nuts for the clutch pipe, https://shop.catmint.biz/product/2k8686 ... ess-steel/

£5.40 each
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Not cheap but only a tenner more than Minispares and they use regular steel. For the sake of £20 on a decent restoration and no chance of rust it’s got to be worthwhile
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TOP quality as always.
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BEST thing that ever happened for hydrolastic mini owners. The stainless nuts and internally toothed lock washers are the icing on the cake
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Order placed for the clutch pipe nuts - brilliant :-)
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AndyPen wrote: Fri Nov 04, 2022 1:23 pm Order placed for the clutch pipe nuts - brilliant :-)
Cheers Andy, posted this morning
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Those adaptors look great Gordon. 8-)
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