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    Looking for hoses and clamps for SWB front bumper J-tubes

    Been doing some tedious parts sorting tonight before some plating goes out. I've got a few items missing from the 802-00 parts group.

    I've searched and can't seem to find any sources. I know the "wing struts" and J-tubes are readily available now.

    I'm looking for #29 hose and #30 clamp in parts diagram of second thread. Could only find these two threads:
    New-REPRO-SWB-J-tube-and-brakets
    WTB looking for J-tube-clamps

    I think the clamps are either 32 or 34 Normas, which I don't see here: Wurth website

    Also, what the heck is 901.501.909.02 "intermediate layer" (#23 in the diagram)?

    Thanks for the tips.
    Bill G.

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    check Sierra Madre collection or Stoddard Imported cars. chris
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    Bel Metric sells the correct Norma 34mm screw clamp.........it's not a worm drive hose clamp, but with two tabs secured with a cheese head screw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smedley View Post
    Bel Metric sells the correct Norma 34mm screw clamp.........it's not a worm drive hose clamp, but with two tabs secured with a cheese head screw.
    Thanks, Mark. And I'm sure I can find a close hose on McMaster.com
    Bill G.

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