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tinyspuds

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Hi all,
Next job is to replace the remaining fuel system perishables (have already done the internal and external fuel hoses - with your help Very Happy).
The (partial?) solution to sourcing suitably narrow clamp bands is as Rick G wrote:

@RicK G wrote:For clamps the Suzuki ones are the go

48mm Suzuki band clamp   09402-48208 for TB->bushings and bushings->air plenum connections.  Cost about $4.75 each. not sure if the price is USD AUD or even current

There are 3 ID sizes needed:

46mm
48.5mm
50mm

Q1. Does anyone know if this substitute part has the range to cover all 3 internal diameters?
Q2. Or a source for the 46 and 50mm jobbies?
Q3. Others on the forum have been happy to go with cable wraps (which I take to be same as cable ties?) would these be std plastic ties or do I need stainless?

Thanks as always for the guidance and support.

PS I almost bid on a ‘parts’ bike last night. Apparently the cure for K-pox is to only look at flea bay when Mrs Spuds is also on the sofa...


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1985 BMW K100RT + Hedingham HUB and LL’s.
2007 HD883 Sportster. Bobbed and bettered.
1954 Royal Enfield 350 Bullet. Original.
    

Two Wheels Better

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Have a squiz at Charlie's 83 - 84 Engine Cleanup thread. It's a good read, all of it, but have a look at post 361 where he shows the (reusable) Suzuki hose clamps. Perhaps a PM would reveal the part number and/or size secret.

48mm Suzuki clamp part number is.... 09402-48208



Last edited by Two Wheels Better on Sun Mar 10, 2019 3:29 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Located numero)


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chris846

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Try searching for Oetiker stepless clamps. They do a stainless version, and as for the biggie - yes they are narrow enough for the moulded ring in the rubber inlet sleeves.

I've used them and they fit fine. Later on I'll dig out the specs/part nos for the exact items.


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charlie99

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@Two Wheels Better wrote:Have a squiz at Charlie's 83 - 84 Engine Cleanup thread. It's a good read, all of it, but have a look at post 361 where he shows the (reusable) Suzuki hose clamps. Perhaps a PM would reveal the part number and/or size secret.

48mm Suzuki clamp part number is.... 09402-48208

just to add

the part for the 46mm lower of top rubber  clamps   is quite (Suzuki ) logical  09402 - 46208

hope it helps someone


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chris846

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Here y'go, 7mm wide stainless, oohbay item no 183268678706 
Hose clamps. Throttle body, plenum etc 03811
Hose clamps. Throttle body, plenum etc 04011
Hose clamps. Throttle body, plenum etc 04210
Hose clamps. Throttle body, plenum etc 04410


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tinyspuds

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Thanks so much folks. 
Coolant hoses hopefully going in this week while I wait on delivery of the remaining fuel delivery perishables - and either suzuki clamps or stainless steps (gonna sleep on that).
Stu


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1985 BMW K100RT + Hedingham HUB and LL’s.
2007 HD883 Sportster. Bobbed and bettered.
1954 Royal Enfield 350 Bullet. Original.
    

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