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Exhaust hanging rubbers

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20 Jun 2018 19:27 #193684 by mickt
Need some new ones but the shop does not seem to stock. Anybody know who sells them as the ebay ones are generally crap!

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20 Jun 2018 19:31 #193685 by Daniel30
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Local exhaust place?
I need to get some replaced the rear not so long ago and it's gone again now the middle one has gone luckily I could turn the rubber side way's and still use it but it's higher up now

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21 Jun 2018 21:22 #193717 by ChrisW
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I got mine from here
www.onlineautomotive.co.uk/suzuki_Jimny_Exhaust%20System.aspx

I had to replace the 2 rear ones and one in the middle. The 2 rear sagged a bit and had to be bolstered with some hose clamps

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22 Jun 2018 18:30 - 22 Jun 2018 18:34 #193749 by mickt
Replied by mickt on topic Exhaust hanging rubbers

I got replacements from a company called Jimny Bits here in Stoke on Trent. Suzuki made in India stock at a fiver each. As you can see from the photos they have a metal insert in each hole so one has to be removed to allow the rubber to slide onto the hangers. This firm are on ebay but if you want their address/telephone number PM me. They keep massive stock by the way. Nice people who are into their cars etc
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22 Jun 2018 22:01 - 22 Jun 2018 22:05 #193758 by Scimike
Replied by Scimike on topic Exhaust hanging rubbers
Also obtained mine from JimnyBits as above. I replaced the rear ones which appeared none standard and subsequently caused the exhaust box to hang lower fouling my new tow bar, the Jimnybits ones matched the oem ones and once fitted corrected my issue by lifting the exhaust.
I had contemplated using hose clamps to lift the none oem ones, but the ones from Jimnybits are perfect.
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