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  1. #1 Exhaust System Rubber mount 
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    Greetings all from New Member Graham near Bristol.
    I am the new custodian of a Marlin Marina Sportster in need of two replacement rubber supports for the exhaust system. The present offending items are domed rubber blocks, each with one protruding steel thread. The Block is 5 cm wide with a domed radius of 3 cm. A transverse hole between to the two flat faces (distance between the two = 2.2. cm) is 0.9 cm in diameter.
    Any suggestions, please, as to where I might run these to ground?
    Many thanks for a pointer.
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  2. #2 Re: Exhaust System Rubber mount 
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    Have you looked at https://www.clampcouk.co.uk/exhaust-...g-rubbers.html

    Loads of pictures for comparison!
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  3. #3 Re: Exhaust System Rubber mount 
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevejgreen View Post
    Thanks Steve, what an interesting collection of handy items!
    Marlin Hunter R500 ULA 1997 Ford-Based Hunter with 2.3 DOHC L4 engine, chassis/kit No. 157
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