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Benwa

Posts: 19

Joined: Thu Oct 07, 1999 12:01 am

Location: Brighton,Mo. U,S.

Post Wed Dec 01, 1999 7:22 am

Linz what covers do you have ? The ones that
screw together or the ones with a clip ?
benwa

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dotman

Posts: 582

Joined: Fri Oct 01, 1999 12:01 am

Location: meridian, id. usa

Post Wed Dec 01, 1999 4:19 pm

Went to an antique furniture sale/swapmeet this last weekend and ran across some small I quess what use to be called ford adjustable wrenchs.
they are like a cresent wrench except they open on the side instead of the end.
They look like a pipe wrench but without teeth. so ya might try old ford restoration shops the ones i saw ranged from about 4 inchs long up to 12.
The four inch ones opened up to 1 1/2"
so something like this might work for ya if you happen to have ford restorers around.
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PietJan

Posts: 5

Joined: Mon Dec 06, 1999 1:01 am

Post Mon Dec 06, 1999 12:48 pm

Go to www.boon.nl for orginal valve cover wrenches (in the valve section of the '41-'52 750cc online catalog). Priced at DFL 17.50 (~ US$ 9.00). My WLA did have a wobbly feel to it also, but since I changes the rear tire from a thin sidewall Swallow to a heavy Barum it is very stable.
Cheers,
Piet Jan
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Denny

Posts: 40

Joined: Mon Oct 11, 1999 12:01 am

Location: Lyons, Colorado, US

Post Mon Dec 06, 1999 9:16 pm

Hey, PietJan - I tried www.boon.nl and it looks like some accounting company...do you have the right URL for that site? It sounds like it might be a good source for flattie parts (maybe I can get that 45 done someday!).
Thanks -
Denny
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Flatrat Richard

Posts: 54

Joined: Tue Oct 05, 1999 12:01 am

Location: cumberland WI USA

Post Tue Dec 07, 1999 1:32 am

Danny the adress is www.jwboon there in eurap
some where they do have alot of new old stock
parts but are very proud of there prices.
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PietJan

Posts: 5

Joined: Mon Dec 06, 1999 1:01 am

Post Tue Dec 07, 1999 6:30 pm

Ooops. The URL is www.jwboon.nl !! Good source for original parts anyway. A bit on the expensive side for dutch clients, but the best for NOS

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