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Andy Field

Horn Brackets

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With not much luck, I have been trying to acquire the brackets to mount the Lucas 9H Windtone horns in my 1962 TR4. Therefore I have decided to make my own. With that in mind, would anyone be able to supply me with the dimensions of one. I know it would be easy just to knock something similar up, however I would like to get close to an original one in size and appearance. The bracket I am referring to appears to be 'stepped' in profile and is triangular in shape. In the Moss parts & accessories catalogue, the part is listed as GGE113.

 

Thanks

 

Regards, Andy

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Talk to TR Shop or TR Bitz as they may well have originals.

Stuart.

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Hi Andy,

 

On my TR4, each horn is mounted on a flat plate - thin but quite springy - with two thick spacer washers underneath.

 

I assumed this set up was to even out vibration when the car is on the move?

 

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I will check later as I might be able to find an odd one for a pattern.

 

Regards, Richard

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Andy,

 

I have found one of the plates.

 

If you send me a PM with an e-mail address I can forward a dimensioned sketch.

 

Regards, Richard

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Andy,

 

I have found one of the plates.

 

If you send me a PM with an e-mail address I can forward a dimensioned sketch.

 

Regards, Richard

Hi Richard, I have sent you a PM

 

Thanks

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