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Looking for "P" clamps

Post by toolmakeron » Thu Nov 07, 2013 11:28 pm

I need to find some "P" clamps to hold an AN fitting that is 3/4" dia. I found some 9/16 black anodized ones but nothing larger shows up even with Google. anyone know of a supplier of such a product. I know that I can't be the only guy lookin for this. There has to be some somewhere!The flat metal with rubber inserts won't do what I need. Solid mounting is what I'm after. Thanks guys
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Re: Looking for "P" clamps

Post by ProPower engines » Thu Nov 14, 2013 1:52 am

Hey Ron
You may have to design them and have them made by a cnc shop.
There is places that sell the hose mounting clamps to discribe and I believe the term is A-del clamps.
Hotrod shops sell stuff like that as billet hose mounts are available in most sizes. Speeyway Motors sells them but not sure what sizes they have.

PS How's that crate for the bar coming??
I am starting to look at other options.

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Re: Looking for "P" clamps

Post by Kevin Johnson » Sun Dec 08, 2013 11:00 pm

toolmakeron wrote:I need to find some "P" clamps to hold an AN fitting that is 3/4" dia. I found some 9/16 black anodized ones but nothing larger shows up even with Google. anyone know of a supplier of such a product. I know that I can't be the only guy lookin for this. There has to be some somewhere!The flat metal with rubber inserts won't do what I need. Solid mounting is what I'm after. Thanks guys
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AN-10-AN10-AN ... 0829660782 That's 1mm larger OD but perhaps it will work.

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Re: Looking for "P" clamps

Post by stealth » Tue Jan 14, 2014 6:24 pm

Sorry.. posted something but see you don't want cushion clamps...
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