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Servo pipes and front pully nut.
November 23, 2018
12:24 pm
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Ian
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6/110 or A110.
Can some one please tell me what the pipe from the servo to the vacuum tank inside the wheel arch is made from. Some how I have a hole in one which has been made from perhaps rubbing on a font wing bolt. I am hoping i can use my MIG welder to patch it.
I would also like to know the side of AF socket I need for the front pulley nut. I do not have a starting handle and wish to turn the engine over by hand.
I do not live in the UK so finding out some basic information can prove difficult for me.
Thank you
Ian

November 24, 2018
5:38 pm
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Hi Ian

I’m pretty sure the pipes are steel, but you can easily check by gently scraping around the hole in the pipe to see if you can see any shiny steel.

I think someone is currently measuring the size of the front pulley nut but you will have you give us a few days….. However, I doubt that a socket will fit over to the dog, so you will probably need either a box spanner or a conventional spanner.

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