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Gracie89

posted on 25/5/20 at 05:44 PM Reply With Quote
Clock/gauge mounts

Hi, does anyone have any spare gauge mounts/clamps they want to sell? I need one 85mm and two 55mm I believe the sizes are. These are the u shaped clamps that mount behind the gauge and two nuts to hold them in place.
Thanks in advance.

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gremlin1234

posted on 25/5/20 at 06:24 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Gracie89
Hi, does anyone have any spare gauge mounts/clamps they want to sell? I need one 85mm and two 55mm I believe the sizes are. These are the u shaped clamps that mount behind the gauge and two nuts to hold them in place.
Thanks in advance.
if they are nice simple brackets, can't you make some?

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Schrodinger

posted on 26/5/20 at 07:33 AM Reply With Quote
You could try https://www.etbinstruments.com/index.php?route=common/home
I have found them helpful in the past





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steve m

posted on 26/5/20 at 08:28 AM Reply With Quote
The attached pic from ebay, show how easy they are to make, and that is what I would do, with
some 10mm/3mm alui bar,
I do have the original brackets, but will only sell with all the gauges, once this lockdown finishes

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NOS-Smiths-Jaeger-2-Gauge-Bracket-Jaguar-MG-Triumph-Lotus-Lucas/254536968477?hash=item3b4395e91d:g:u3gAAOSwJxVc-KWj





Thats was probably spelt wrong, or had some grammer, that the "grammer police have to have a moan at




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nick205

posted on 27/5/20 at 07:00 AM Reply With Quote
Make them!

Bit of Aluminium strip, cut to length, drill holes and bend ends - done

Cheap as chips and IMHO easy work.

[Edited on 27/5/20 by nick205]

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