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John Saeli - Muffler clamp for a VAC

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Farmer Jack

02-28-2007 07:03:24

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Do you know if there is an original styled muffler clamp available for the VAC Case? I don't want to use the tradition automotive u-bolt style unless I have to.

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03-01-2007 05:05:01

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 Re: John Saeli - Muffler clamp for a VAC in reply to Farmer Jack, 02-28-2007 07:03:24  
I am not aware of anyplace that you can buy them and you probably won't find them anymore in the junkyards either. I made one for the VAC I just finished restoring. They are relatively easy to make using the proper size strap steel, piece of pipe to wrap it around, and a large bench vise.

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Jerry W

03-01-2007 16:16:58

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 Re: John Saeli - Muffler clamp for a VAC in reply to Steve_Md, 03-01-2007 05:05:01  
What are the profile dimensions of the flat stock? Thanks Jerry

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John Saeli

02-28-2007 18:38:25

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 Re: John Saeli - Muffler clamp for a VAC in reply to Farmer Jack, 02-28-2007 07:03:24  
I was asked that same question just recently. The original clamp was a band type. I don't know where to get any, short of making one. Somebody might chime in with some info.

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