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    Hi All, I need to replace some of the ballie channels in the R10, anyone know of a local supplier here in Sydney.
    I know of Spectrum Rubber at Dunheved. Not sure if they have them, trying to avoid buying from overseas.
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    G'day Roger,

    I acquired some rigid bailey channel for my Fregate project from Rare Spares. Flexible channel however, they didn't have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RENOSPRITE View Post
    Hi All, I need to replace some of the ballie channels in the R10, anyone know of a local supplier here in Sydney.
    I know of Spectrum Rubber at Dunheved. Not sure if they have them, trying to avoid buying from overseas.
    Thanks
    Roger
    Roger, been and done all that recently and stuffed around with various bailey channels, but ended up buying from Melun Retro Passion.
    They fitted perfectly and windows slide as they should. Note front and back are different sizes. Yes will be high cost for delivery, but will save you a lot of headaches. You should order a few extra parts you need to make the postage cost worthwhile.

    Melun Retro Passion : Pièces et accessoires pour voitures anciennes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R8 Dream View Post
    Roger, been and done all that recently and stuffed around with various bailey channels, but ended up buying from Melun Retro Passion.
    They fitted perfectly and windows slide as they should. Note front and back are different sizes. Yes will be high cost for delivery, but will save you a lot of headaches. You should order a few extra parts you need to make the postage cost worthwhile.

    Melun Retro Passion : Pièces et accessoires pour voitures anciennes.
    Tks, there are a couple of other things I need, so will use them.
    Ta

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    Scott' Old Auto Rubber Catalogue

    I did the Gordini with theirs and have bought for the R10 again, as it is good, not sure of 2 sizes as the samples taken from the G were both the same. Made a radiused knocking paddle out of ply to get it sitting in the corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geckoeng View Post
    Scott' Old Auto Rubber Catalogue

    I did the Gordini with theirs and have bought for the R10 again, as it is good, not sure of 2 sizes as the samples taken from the G were both the same. Made a radiused knocking paddle out of ply to get it sitting in the corners.

    Ray
    Can you remember the stock numbers of the ones you got, if they fit ok, and are local, may be the cheaper option
    Not sure are the front windows and the rear slider channels, the same size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RENOSPRITE View Post
    Can you remember the stock numbers of the ones you got, if they fit ok, and are local, may be the cheaper option
    Not sure are the front windows and the rear slider channels, the same size?

    Tks
    Roger
    Roger
    These are the sizes you need.
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    Roger ,
    Ordered 350-049 9/16 wide, flexible. And it was given a light coat of Sikaflex to help seal and hold in place.

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