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gabemaita

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the clamp is a common exhaust clamp for vehicle/commercial truck exhaust systems. google something like "cummins exhaust clamp" and go through the images. that part should not have to be fabricated. they should also be fairly cheap.
 

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Porter0138

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the clamp is a common exhaust clamp for vehicle/commercial truck exhaust systems. google something like "cummins exhaust clamp" and go through the images. that part should not have to be fabricated. they should also be fairly cheap.
I’ve never seen one that looks like the ones in the film. If you find one that does, please let me know. These are a pain to make. Especially making the aircraft fastener nut with the matching threads.
 

ZeroSum

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Sure, the hose is a pretty standard hose clamp (with the nut Porter0138 mentioned). But there's an inner cuff to it that I've not seen on any hose clamp. If it's on a particular brand or type of clamp, it would be good to know.
 

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Porter0138

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Sure, the hose is a pretty standard hose clamp (with the nut Porter0138 mentioned). But there's an inner cuff to it that I've not seen on any hose clamp. If it's on a particular brand or type of clamp, it would be good to know.
I wish I could find screen accurate clamps. But I don’t think they exist. I’ll have to keep making them as close as I can.
 

ZeroSum

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Agreed. I think the hose clamp part is simple enough but for the nut I just went with a standard lock nut. I'm yet to make the inner cuff but I'm convinced it's a found part that was added to the clamp.
 

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ZeroSum

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Thanks, but the inside piece doesn't match the cuff used on the prop. You'd have to bust through the welds to get it off anyway. Easier to just use the hose clamp version without the inside piece and fabricate an accurate cuff.
The nut doesn't match screen used either. As show above, it's an aviation nut - sometimes called a drilled jam nut according to my googling - that is used on the prop. The nut that comes with the clamp is just a standard nylock nut.
 

ID10T

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If the safety wire nut is original to the screen used clamp, perhaps it is an aviation clamp and not a land-based part.

Have you tried searching that way?
 

ZeroSum

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Yeah, no dice. The characteristics of that clamp are very specific. That's not to say it's not an aviation clamp, but it seems as though whatever kind of clamp it is, it's one that has long been discontinued in those sepcs. Aviation hose clamps don't seem to differ all that much from regular hose clamps - you just have to use one with certain specs.
 

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ZeroSum

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I should add also that on hose clamps that use safety wire, my research hasn't found any that use safety wire through a drilled nut like the nut found on the prop. For that reason I tend to think that the drilled nut didn't originally come with that clamp.
 

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