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Exhaust Hanger

Postby basher » Thu 26.10.2017, 21:00

Anyone know where I can get hold of these identical to what came off?
I ripped one of mine in the Loch Ness Speed Bump incident and I'd like to replace them all. I have tried Halfrauds and EBay thinking it would be easy to find them but that's not the case.
A circular lump of rubber 3.5cm thick, 5cm diameter with 2 circular d shaped holes.

Any ideas?
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Saltire » Thu 26.10.2017, 21:39

Do you mean these?
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Rusty Wishbone » Thu 26.10.2017, 21:58

The ones sold by SJs are an absolute nightmare to get on and off. I got a couple of hangers with bigger holes from my local garage.

You might try your local tyre & exhaust garage. They will probably have lots of different shapes and sizes.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby basher » Fri 27.10.2017, 19:17

Thick of me. I should have tried SJ first, thought they would be common.
Understand that they are hard to put on, taking them off was no Hawaiian Beach Barbeque either!!
Might try local garage too!
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Danevansgolf » Fri 27.10.2017, 23:41

I have 2 old, but in perfect condition exhaust hangers. You can have them if you want. I replaced my exhaust a few months back and replaced all the hangers, just cos.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Danevansgolf » Fri 27.10.2017, 23:43

Forgot to say. Pm me your address and I’ll sent you them beginning of next week. Only cost a couple of quid so call it on me.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby basher » Sat 28.10.2017, 14:41

That's very decent of you, thanks.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Danevansgolf » Sun 29.10.2017, 10:40

Just about to package these up for you. And have realised that on them they say FORD. So obviously if any one needs spares you’d probably be able to get the from a ford dealer :D
And probably cheaper. Enjoy and enjoy if Luck fitting these little bas***ds back to the car.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 01.10.2018, 15:32

Mine appeared to be standard GM parts however @Lotus70 Pinky reckoned that the Ford one he used to have was better but I'm wondering if anyone has tried something like this or this?
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Simon_P » Mon 01.10.2018, 16:42

Exhaust mounts should be rubber to avoid noise transmission issues.

Having snatched the exhaust mount out of Pinky's hand @Lotus70 I can say that it is on the large side - I'm not complaining though as it was all that was holding my exhaust on on the journey home - Thanks Dave!

I will be at a mainstream car parts supplier sometime this week so will look through whatever they have and post here.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Mon 01.10.2018, 17:15

Part Number A100S6014F is only £6.43 at SJs. I am amazed that Lotus would discontinue such a common part.
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Re: Exhaust Hanger

Postby Simon_P » Mon 08.10.2018, 09:09

Looking at the original hangers there is a GM part number.
9281771

This is also a Land Rover part number. There also seems to be a direct cross reference to a Volvo part.

a search for "9281771 Exhaust" brings up plenty of choice.

The ones I took off were round the GM ones I'm putting back on are square - critical dimensions are the same.
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