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norma clamps

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hi guys anyone got any norma clamps they are not using

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Hi Jonny, you can get all the small one's for fuel hoses etc from the Wurth shop.
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I think Norma is the brand, and they do all shapes and sizes of clamps e.g. https://www.hoses.co.uk/clamps-clips/no ... and-clamps

Perhaps they are famous for one particular type? would love to know if so :cyclopsani:
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Depends how picky you are about originality. Most of the current Norma clamps use different clamp mechanisms (spiral "jubilee" style vs clamping bolt) or fasteners (hex bolt to clamp vs cheese head screw) than back in the day. So they say Norma on them, and do the job, but for full anorak points old ones are better.

Personally for the small ones I bought modern Norma (stainless, so an improvement of sorts), replaced the bolts with cheese heads, and had them zinc plated - they look pretty close.
For the large ones I found that NOS was the best way.
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I have a few original Norma clamps of each (not every) size if interested.
The originals in some sizes are pretty difficult to find.

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Could I have some please Mike? Not sure what sizes I need for my fuel lines though?!!

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The size is usually marked on them Matt. Let me know what you find and how many.

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hi mike im looking for the 22-25mm size also the large engine hoses that run to the heat exchangers

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Hi Jonny

Theses are the ones I have. To be sure on the larger ones I think a size would be an advantage as I have several different ‘large’ clamps.

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