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Old 14th September 2019, 16:00   #11
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Originally Posted by Blink View Post
Isn't there a stainless steel version of that pipe assembly somewhere?

Yes, Rimmer also listed it. I guess they've sold out if it's not on their site. They've recently stopped listing part numbers they no longer stock, which is a bit unhelpful of them.

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Old 14th September 2019, 16:01   #12
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I have seen them on e-bay.
The original pipes on my ZT have lasted 17 years and are now looking scabby, but I won't be driving it 17 years from now so I expect the new mild steel pipes will work fine for as long as I need them.
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Originally Posted by T-Cut View Post
..... They've recently stopped listing part numbers they no longer stock, which is a bit unhelpful of them.TC
I know. That's becoming a major problem because Rimmers are the only source of part numbers we've got - now I/we can't find a lot of them. It's about time we had access to the full electronic parts catalogue. I've mentioned it but nobody listens.

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Old 15th September 2019, 19:18   #14
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I have a set in my shed which I used to keep spare for my MGZT when I had it, treated the rust that mainly gathers round the welded parts, once the area was dry I painted them with hammerite.

If you can find a decent set from a breaker well worth getting them treated & painted.


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