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    Posted: 20 Jan 2019 at 16:56
started prep to fit my alternator conversion undoing banjo bolts to remove oil line and one of the bolts has snapped!!!!!, hopefully removal should be straight forward but any idea of size and where to get a replacement part number comes up as no record on "Stein Dinse"
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Thanks jpc, will get some ordered up.
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Go for stainless and decent washer , copper ones need anealing ....
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Or Dowty washers which I've started to use extensively. If I do use a copper washer I always anneal it even if it's brand new as they copper age hardens (or often isn't annealed after manufacture).
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