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Re: Exhaust hinges.
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Posted on: 2017/4/4 10:54
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Re: Exhaust hinges.
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I'd almost bet there is a piece of the flexible insulating material missing. The parts book lists a separate support and bracket for the 2126 chassis which must be the bracket with the short arm which you have. It also lists a separate bracket insulating piece. The question would be how the bracket attaches to the insulating piece since the bolt count is kind of confusing. 2 to the frame is clear enough from the holes in the support piece but the bracket is a question. Unfortunately there are no illustrations of that section n the parts manual so without someone with a 2126 or maybe a 22nd series LWB chassis to enlighten us it is best guess.

I think you could make something by getting a strip of the body hold down cushion material from Kanter if it is wide enough or perhaps go to an industrial supply house or conveyor belt supplier in Sweden and get a piece of rubber and fabric belt material. i bought a piece of 3/8" belting which is just less than 1cm thick x 1 ft or 30cm wide material from a supply house. Cut out several squares to replace some of the shims and spacers on my 47. It is available in various other thicknesses.

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Posted on: 2017/4/4 11:27
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Re: Exhaust hinges.
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Could it be here the bracket 382952, group 6.002 shall be installed?

Wish I knew how it looks.

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Posted on: 2017/4/5 15:07
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Re: Exhaust hinges.
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It could be but one thing curious about that particular bracket is the number of nuts going with it. With the two frame holes there must be something else needed too. I believe you brought up the question about the lack of an insulator. For that reason, I doubt it is a solid metal to metal connection between the two pieces. There could be a small square of insulator between two pieces of metal and that could be the 6.002 piece with a single bolt missing from the other supports listed for that area as having two bolts.

Unless Kanter might have some of the pieces or someone with a long wheelbase 21 or 22 series car can take a photo of that area I don't know of any other inexpensive way to know what it actually looks like. There is a chance blue prints of the pieces are available but at $$ for each piece that is an expensive way to find out.

Posted on: 2017/4/5 16:03
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