Mk1 metal heater vent

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Nick W
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Mk1 metal heater vent

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Still looking for one of these, or a pair, any condition .

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Which side, Nick?

Definitely got one spare but can’t remember which side it is.
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Hi Steve
You have a pm
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Just seen these copies with fins on ebay too:


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/275270199960 ... %3A2563228
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The ones in the link that Andy posted are 3d printed plastic ones.
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Careful with those 3d printed ones. If they're PLA, which I'm assuming they are, it doesn't take much heat to warp. I've left PLA out in the 70F degree sun and it has warped in a couple hours. I would find out what the material is on those before paying that hefty of a price. I'm currently in the final stages of my 3D printed Mk1 Steering Cowl design and I've switched over to PCTG material which prints at 280*C and is much more durable.
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Got a metal pair here, one of the ends needs fixing back on though.
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All sorted with this now thanks
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