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Radiator hose O ring
#1
Shocked 
Hello all,
Anyone out there know where I can get a O ring on-line? Spent ages searching on the net and drawn a blank. I'm trying to avoid a 34 mile round trip to the main stealer. How difficult is it for one to be provided with the new radiator when it is an obvious requirement. Grrrrrr.  I'm still having a struggle detaching the bottom hose so will probably end up sending for a mobile mechanic. In that case, I would really like to have all the parts here ready. Vehicle is a '98 1.9d motorhome XUD9.
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#2
Hi, Is it a "quick fit" connection? In which case you need to ease up the metal clip and pull the hose out. The hose will have a metal end to it.
Griff
Landmark
Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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(18-05-2016, 04:51 PM)Landmark Wrote:  Hi, Is it a "quick fit" connection? In which case you need to ease up the metal clip and pull the hose out. The hose will have a metal end to it.
Griff

Hi Griff. Thanks for the quick reply. The ''problem'' is a bayonet fitting with plastic locking tabs. Had another go tonight but then had a much better idea and I'm drinking it right now. It looks like rain is going to keep me away from my vehicle for the next 3 days.
Cheers (!)
Tony L

P.S. How strange - my current bedtime reading is the Griff Rhys Jones autobiography - a very good read.
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#4
If i remember rightly the o rings are a very odd size as the cross section is very thin so it may well be a trip to the dealers or an hydraulic specialist may be able to help.

Sorry im not much use am i!
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#5
Have a look at, sealforce53 on Ebay. They supply all sorts in odd sizes and in small quantities. I used them last year for O rings for my brewing kit.
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(19-05-2016, 06:57 AM)polar Wrote:  If i remember rightly the o rings are a very odd size as the cross section is very thin so it may well be a trip to the dealers or an hydraulic specialist may be able to help.

Sorry im not much use am i!

You are plenty use polar. Thank you for your advice which I have taken. Another 34 mile round trip today and the O ring is ordered (pack of 5 min. amount). To be collected from main Peugeot stealer tomorrow - another 34 mile round trip. It is good that I have a spare vehicle but it is not so good that it is a Jimny!!! Thanks again.
Tony L
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(19-05-2016, 10:50 AM)divingdad Wrote:  Have a look at, sealforce53 on Ebay. They supply all sorts in odd sizes and in small quantities. I used them last year for O rings for my brewing kit.

Hi, divingdad. Your message arrived while I was in town shopping for an O ring and I will collect 5 tomorrow. I will most certainly have a look at sealforce53 for future reference. Thank you for trying to help this old git.
Tony L
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