Safety Wire Question

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  1. Fireman

    Fireman Well-Known Member

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    You could also wire it like you do a grip. Wrap the spring twice and run both wires in the "U" shape and then twist together. How many of these do you have on your bike? Swapping them for a ring gear clamp may just make life easier for disassembly and wiring.
     
  2. DMesher

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    Every hose on the bike uses the constant tension style clamps (I think I have 8 total) ... I thought the same thing, but doing a little research (on the web albeit) it appears that constant tension hose clamps are more reliable (and therefore preferred) clamp to the worm gear style (if hose diameter and thickness is maintained etc. etc. etc.).

    Thanks for all the suggestions everyone....I'll just 'wire the hell out of 'em' ...
     
  3. sv-racing-parts

    sv-racing-parts Well-Known Member

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    :) Hi Darel, I spoke to my safety wire plierers supplier today and he does have the Safety Wire Washers, the Bolt Jig for drilling and the Nut Jig for drilling in stock for me as well,

    Let me know whenever you are ready,

    Best regards,
    Blair
     
  4. Jason Henton

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    Anyone got a picture of this?
     
  5. DMesher

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    Race Safety Pin Supplier

    Does anyone know a source of race safety pins in the Edmonton area? I can order some in but I would like them a little quicker.

    Thanks
     
  6. sv-racing-parts

    sv-racing-parts Well-Known Member

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    Safety wire pins,

    :) Hi Darel, I have been bringing them in and shipping them up to a number of the racers. Email me and let me know how many you need,

    BTW: your foam is in so they could come with those pieces,

    Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
    Blair
     
  7. Fireman

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    I could use a couple of those Blair.
     
  8. sv-racing-parts

    sv-racing-parts Well-Known Member

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    :) The Race Safety Pin Sets are on their way in now Justin; Let me know if you need some and I can get you looked after,

    Same offer to anyone wanting Safety Wire Pin Kits, Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com and I will get you looked after right away,

    Best regards,
    Blair
     
  9. Fireman

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    Sure blair, Email me the price and I'll send it to you.
     
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    Safety Wire Pins Sets Shipping

    :) I just got back from the post office and it looks like the Safety Wire Pins Sets can be shipped by Canada Post Mail in a padded envelope for $3 a set shipping costs.

    I have a few sets here ready to go so anyone looking for these can email me directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com and I can help you out,

    Best regards all,
    Blair
     

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