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 Post subject: door handle gaskets
PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2023 11:32 am 
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Does the club sell the outside door handle gaskets ?

i saw on ebay gaskets for Triumph 1300 TC will they fit a Sprint or maybe MGB gasket ?

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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2023 10:11 am 
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These fit

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/362743549981 ... R7zq3IWLYw

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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
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Someone asked me about these recently. If someone has spares I can probably replicate them.

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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2023 10:27 pm 
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Ive ordered some from MGB I'll let you know how they fit when they arrive

Dave

thanks for replies


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Jag XJ6 ones fit


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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
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Jag XJ6 ones fit
Are the XJ6 door handle gaskets made of rubber or cardboard ?

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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
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Are the jag gasket made of rubber or cardboard ?

The MG ones turned up but there a bit to small and there made of cardboard would sooner Rubber

Dave


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Someone asked me about these recently. If someone has spares I can probably replicate them.
Would you be able to do a CAD file for 3D printing?

3D printed in TPU (flex) filament would be the go.

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Are the jag gasket made of rubber or cardboard ?

The MG ones turned up but there a bit to small and there made of cardboard would sooner Rubber





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Hi Dave,

Thick paper like the originals.

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https://forum.triumphdolomite.co.uk/vie ... hp?t=37655

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Someone asked me about these recently. If someone has spares I can probably replicate them.
Would you be able to do a CAD file for 3D printing?

3D printed in TPU (flex) filament would be the go.

Thanks
Mark
Yes, I can make a CAD file for 3D printing. I wasn't going to 3D print them but use my other half's Cricut machine. That's how I make my gaskets.



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Someone asked me about these recently. If someone has spares I can probably replicate them.
Would you be able to do a CAD file for 3D printing?

3D printed in TPU (flex) filament would be the go.

Thanks
Mark
Yes, I can make a CAD file for 3D printing. I wasn't going to 3D print them but use my other half's Cricut machine. That's how I make my gaskets.
That is a nice way of doing them.

I have a 3D printer and and was thinking that making them in plastic means that they will last longer, not hold water and therefore take a potential rust spot away from the doors. 3D printed heaps of bits and pieces for the cars, just my CAD ability is limited.

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I wasn't going to use gasket paper, probably neoprene or similar.

If you have anything that needs to be "CADed" Mark, give me a shout & I'll see what I can do.

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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
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I wasn't going to use gasket paper, probably neoprene or similar.

If you have anything that needs to be "CADed" Mark, give me a shout & I'll see what I can do.
Do you need a sample, ive ordered the XJ6 ones but also ordered some rubber gasket material

Dave


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 Post subject: Re: door handle gaskets
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I wasn't going to use gasket paper, probably neoprene or similar.

If you have anything that needs to be "CADed" Mark, give me a shout & I'll see what I can do.
Do you need a sample, ive ordered the XJ6 ones but also ordered some rubber gasket material

Dave
If you have a set you don't mind posting me, yes please.

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