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Does Dorman or anyone make skinny steering bellows clamps? Need today.

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shoalsgary Gary Simpson
Killen, Alabama, USA   USA
1954 MG TF
Two of my bellows clamps are reuseable if I find new screws. Two are not (one disappeared). Regular clamps are two wide for the bellows and will cut them.

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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, Colorado, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
Easy fix is to use black zip ties. Many racks come that way now. The usual suppliers have the clamps. I have no idea what you might find at the parts store.

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shoalsgary Gary Simpson
Killen, Alabama, USA   USA
1954 MG TF
All the parts store bellows come with zip ties. That seems adequate for grease, but what about for oil? I received a new British clamp with my order and it's one of the wider ones that I don't want to use. I'll either have to go with zip ties, or find a an old MG small clamp and replace all screws in them. I'm leaning toward zip ties at the moment.

In reply to # 3514754 by LaVerne Easy fix is to use black zip ties. Many racks come that way now. The usual suppliers have the clamps. I have no idea what you might find at the parts store.

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Paul J Avatar
Locust Grove, ok, USA   USA
Brown & Gammons in the UK.

Look under steering

Small-item 33 part # 3H2963

Large-item 32 part # ADG1682

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shoalsgary Gary Simpson
Killen, Alabama, USA   USA
1954 MG TF
Thanks!

In reply to # 3515907 by Paul J Brown & Gammons in the UK.

Look under steering

Small-item 33 part # 3H2963

Large-item 32 part # ADG1682

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shoalsgary Gary Simpson
Killen, Alabama, USA   USA
1954 MG TF
used zip ties. May replace later.

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