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chrome tail pipe.

Postby tony22 » Sun Oct 22, 2006 4:08 pm

hello some one was asking the other day about chrome tail pipe ends . i used a peice of chrome hoover pipe .cut to lenght then cut 4slots into end as it was slightly over sized then put jubilee clip on. :roll: looks fine dont now how long it will last ???????.

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Postby Rob_Jennings » Mon Oct 23, 2006 8:59 am

There is a seller on ebay that has these from time to time. She advertises straight and deflector types for the minor and 2CV (but they are the same item). I got mine for 5.99 plus the postage.

since she seems to put another up after a few weeks don't go mad on your bidding. It is good solid item, well worth its money, does not look like she has any right now, but try the odd search for exhaust trim in a week or so perhaps?
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Postby Kevin » Thu Oct 26, 2006 3:51 pm

If you look on Charlie Wares site under the Miscellaneous Items Index.
AC04 Chrome tail pipe £4.95

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Postby bmcecosse » Thu Oct 26, 2006 8:03 pm

My Bull Motif one is 6 years old now and still looking great.

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Postby brixtonmorris » Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:31 am

Those ones on ebay are top quality. produced many years ago in the uk, with real good chrome. ive had some on my minors for a couple of years now. no pitting. good ones.

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Postby Chipper » Sat Apr 28, 2007 11:49 pm

Nice (chromed) tip, but why do you want to advertise a pea-shooter exhaust? :lol:

I had an angled one on mine a few years ago, but I recall it flying off and watching it bouncing down the road in my mirror. Fortunately, no-one was following at the time :o
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Postby dunketh » Wed May 02, 2007 2:50 pm

The decent thick ones with a rolled end, wrapped in clingfilm, are under 4 quid at my local car shop. They fit with one screw.
Mine fell off and was run over by another car - and its still round! I just pulled over in a bus stop and ran back and fetched it. :lol:
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