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Old 19-07-2008, 12:36 PM   #1
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Wanted Rex Marine Engine Hose

Wanted,does anyone have a lenghth of this hose I have enough to do one side but require approx 1 metre to do the other,please note this is the larger than standard size fitted to most Mercury engines,I can get it from the states but postage is prohibative,Thanks in anticipation-Nic
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I used this stuff from Index Marine (G-NC50 50mm unsplit conduit). I am not sure how it compares to the Rex stuff but I am very pleased with it anyway.

http://www.marineelectrics.co.uk/pages/conduit.htm
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I have two lengths of the conduit from Eddie Marine unfortuantely one is 70cm the other is 67cm.

Outside diameter is 62mm and inside bore is 50mm (approx)

Let me know if they are any use.
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Old 22-07-2008, 09:26 AM   #5
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I used this stuff from Index Marine (G-NC50 50mm unsplit conduit). I am not sure how it compares to the Rex stuff but I am very pleased with it anyway.

http://www.marineelectrics.co.uk/pages/conduit.htm
Thanks for contact,I've contacted them to see if they can supply it with a 55 mm internal
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Old 22-07-2008, 09:29 AM   #6
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I have two lengths of the conduit from Eddie Marine unfortuantely one is 70cm the other is 67cm.

Outside diameter is 62mm and inside bore is 50mm (approx)

Let me know if they are any use.
Hi I am about to fit a hydraulic lifter 5" setback so would need longer hoses than the length you have,Thanks for offer though
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