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    Default Boost hose clip size?

    Anyone know the size of jubilee / T bar clip needed for the larger end of the main boost hose onto the inlet manifold on a 2.0T.

    Found where my boost leak is I think, the hose clip on mine is slipping and needs replacing, but the nearest halfords dont do anything near that size so going to have to order one on ebay or something.

    I don't want to risk taking mine off at the moment to check the size incase it knackers the clip up totally and wont grip at all when I put it back on and I can't see what's engraved on the clip as it's on the underside.
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    You can wrap some string around the hose (or flexible measuring tape), so as to measure the circumference. If you need the diameter then divide the circumference by pi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebellion View Post
    You can wrap some string around the hose (or flexible measuring tape), so as to measure the circumference. If you need the diameter then divide the circumference by pi.
    Pi = 3.142

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    Let me know what size you need as I have some left over Mikalor clamps

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