Need a t connector for the vacuum system? Any ideas

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Need a t connector for the vacuum system? Any ideas

Post by pouch »

Hi Guys,

The T piece on the vacuum circuit has perished, they used to keep them on JK, but they seem to do much less T25 spares than they used to??

Can't see it there any suggestions?

Yours in a roughly running style... :?
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  • Have you thought of trying your local Tropical Fish shop (waits for the silly comments :wink: )
    they may have what you need in a PVC type.
    Might do the trick.

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:lol:

I like that, the t piece I need is the large diameter one at the rear left of the engine bay (2.0 Aircooled, std solex twin carb )

Any more ideas, can't find it on GSF
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Halfrauds.

T piece for windscreen washers. :D :wink:
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B&Q in the plumbing section maybe? Washing machine type T pieces etc.

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or try....

Partco Autoparts Ltd
Marcham Rd
Abingdon, OX14 1TZ
01235 531 999

Partco Autoparts Ltd
Unipart House
Garsington Rd, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 2PG
01865 337 177
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phredd wrote:
  • Have you thought of trying your local Tropical Fish shop (waits for the silly comments :wink: )


yep, about 45p :)

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Post by pouch »

I managed to fine something similar in a Carb kit.

So i guess it's just a case of finding something to fit, thanks for the contacts in oxford ! :D

Let you know where i find them.

Did I miss something with JK reducing the number of parts they seem to carry??
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