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Old 18-07-14, 06:14 PM
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I am looking for sources for the front rack and pinion boots, and the brake switch.

I also am looking for a picture of the steering column under dash mount. I the mount and the shaft but there is something missing as the ID and OD are off

Thanks in advance

Andy Sleutjes
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Old 19-07-14, 01:21 AM
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Andy ,
It is difficult to help you without you telling us what car and model you have .
Geoff
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Old 19-07-14, 09:17 PM
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Default Arnolt Bristol 3085

I have a Arnolt Bristol Deluxe S/N 3085
I would appreciate any sources you could recommend
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Old 20-07-14, 05:23 PM
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Hi Andy,

Welcome to the forums. 3085 is, of course, the Arnolt previously owned by Jim McQuay. I have an extensive collection of AB pictures (including the Geoff Dowdle collection), and we maintain a registry and have contact with a number of AB owners. I will contact you out of forum to see what help we can offer.

John Simmons
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Old 21-07-14, 02:54 PM
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John

Thanks for the contact
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Old 21-07-14, 06:53 PM
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Hi Andy,

The brake switch is available on ebay from time to tine. They were fitted to all Land Rovers Series One (and many more British cars from the 50's) and the Lucas part number is LU31281B.

The boots are available from BODA. (still I believe).

I can take a photo of the stering column mount as I only recently removed the dashboard on my Arnolt Coupe. The fixing is rather crude and easy to replicate.

My mail is kenneth.andren@gmail.com

Kenneth Andrén
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