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    #16
    Hi Everyone & Happy New year to you all.

    Does anyone happen to know or have the ability to find out what the Volvo part numbers are? I think it would be useful for a lot of people on here. (I'm ok at the moment, my current ones are hanging on in there)!

    Kind Regards

    Dave H
    http://www.stagwiki.com | http://parts.stagwiki.com (Under Development)

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      #17
      Originally posted by StagnJag View Post
      Hi Everyone & Happy New year to you all.

      Does anyone happen to know or have the ability to find out what the Volvo part numbers are? I think it would be useful for a lot of people on here. (I'm ok at the moment, my current ones are hanging on in there)!

      Kind Regards

      Dave H
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      These look like they would be the type to fit as replacements, quick Google (it is your friend) and, voila

      http://www.partsforvolvosonline.com/...8f483ef5a41c1b

      Nigel
      Nigel
      1976 MK2 TV8 ZF - 4 HP-22 Auto, Hard Top Inca Yellow, Minilite Replicas, Stagdad Pump

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        #18
        Originally posted by thebadleys View Post
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        These look like they would be the type to fit as replacements, quick Google (it is your friend) and, voila

        http://www.partsforvolvosonline.com/...8f483ef5a41c1b

        Nigel
        The price is not extortionate when compared with our usual suppliers, especially if it will last longer than some seem to do.

        I have no experience of using the LD Parts exhaust hanger rubbers, but Peter usually supplies good parts: http://www.ldparts.co.uk/shop/shop.p...6860d6260ea912
        Dave
        1974 Mk2, ZF Auto, 3.45 Diff, Datsun Driveshafts. Stag owner/maintainer since 1989.

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          #19
          Originally posted by DJT View Post
          The price is not extortionate when compared with our usual suppliers, especially if it will last longer than some seem to do.

          I have no experience of using the LD Parts exhaust hanger rubbers, but Peter usually supplies good parts: http://www.ldparts.co.uk/shop/shop.p...6860d6260ea912
          Hello Dave,

          I fitted a pair of LD Parts hanger rubbers last year, but being naturally pessimistic , I encircled them with a couple of broad cable ties in case they split & let go. So far they seem OK, but the pessimist in me has just ordered four of the Volvo mounts, to squirrel away in my spares box just in case!

          Regards,

          Other Dave

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            #20
            In this thread few days ago a forum member who is coming to NZ in February offered to bring some small parts out. Unfortunately I can't now find the post. Could he please reappear?
            Cheers Ian A

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              #21
              This thread came at an opportune time, as I had just noticed that my two rear rubbers had split almost to failing point - not helped by the fact that the hooks on the sports exhaust evidently were about 3/4" further aft compared to the ones on the bodyshell. The rubber further forward was fine (the hooks were lined up properly there). I don't know how long they'd been on there - somewhere in the box file of invoices from the P.O.s I might find out.

              Anyway, bought some Volvo ones as suggested and after the usual aggro getting them on (WD40 and screwdriver sorted them as per tradition) I think they don't look too bad despite the offset hooks - hopefully the MOT inspector next month will agree!

              Thanks for the advice all.
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              1973 Mk2 TV8 MOD Carmine Red (was Mimosa) Owner no. 15

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                #22
                Originally posted by ReddiStag View Post
                This thread came at an opportune time, as I had just noticed that my two rear rubbers had split almost to failing point - not helped by the fact that the hooks on the sports exhaust evidently were about 3/4" further aft compared to the ones on the bodyshell. The rubber further forward was fine (the hooks were lined up properly there). I don't know how long they'd been on there - somewhere in the box file of invoices from the P.O.s I might find out.
                Anyway, bought some Volvo ones as suggested and after the usual aggro getting them on (WD40 and screwdriver sorted them as per tradition) I think they don't look too bad despite the offset hooks - hopefully the MOT inspector next month will agree!

                Thanks for the advice all.
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                Have found that the exhaust support rubbers don't last all that long in the heat over here, so I keep a stock of them ready as replacements, and so that the exhaust does not hit the floor when they do go, have a back-up piece of wire to temporaily keep it in place till I put a new set of rubbers on.
                Terry (home - Los Cristianos) ~ (YouTube site - "Tenerife Terry" to see uploaded videos)

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                  #23
                  ReddiStag did already prove that the Volvo hangers fit. Out of curiosity I ordered a genuine Volvo part for € 8 in Munich (there are cheaper remakes on the market) and compared it with the Stag hanger. Here are the dimensions:

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                  I can't check the fit of the Volvo part as I have changed to a Ford hanger (part no. 07131646):

                  IMG_4614.jpgIMG_4606.jpg

                  Klaus
                  Last edited by Klaus Schlueter; 12th March 2017, 16:53.

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