M14P hoses

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M14P hoses

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It's time to do our 18T's hoses and brakes, and the hunt is on for reasonable spares, help in this regard would be greatly appreciated B-)
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Ed wrote:It's time to do our 18T's hoses and brakes, and the hunt is on for reasonable spares, help in this regard would be greatly appreciated B-)
Have you tried Peter Boshoff and Vladimir?

Or Termikas.com?
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Hi Paul, thanks for the response, Peter is doing the MPI, and has quoted. I am looking to find comparative quotes. Would you have Vladimir's contact details at all? Will check out the website, thanks!
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Why not have your current hoses overhauled ? As long as the fittings are original, its not an impossible task to have them done locally.
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Interesting idea, Darrell! Any guidance as to where one might get the specs?
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Ed wrote:Interesting idea, Darrell! Any guidance as to where one might get the specs?
There are 35 hoses in a full set and they are all standard metric pipes. I would imagine the pipes will have standard pressure tolerances as well. I have a full set of certificates for each pipe from Russia that can be used as a guideline for testing. I cannot understand Russian but I have figured out that the pressure seem to be measured in what looks like kg/cm2.
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Thanks, Darrell! Do you still have the spare engine you bought years ago?
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