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Old February 23rd, 2014, 01:47 PM
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Right I should be able to get down there tomorrow (Tuesday) if not I'm off Thursday and Friday. He is a top chap, he ran a LR dealership parts department and has set up on his own after the dealer shut down. If the part isn't available he will know the best alternative...
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Old February 24th, 2014, 09:30 AM
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As I am going does anyone need prices for any other parts?
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Old February 24th, 2014, 04:40 PM
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Just an FYI the original hose ESR1316 shows that it is still available(priced like gold)
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Old February 24th, 2014, 05:44 PM
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I'll get a price for that part number and see if he recomends an other solution.
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Old February 25th, 2014, 07:30 AM
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Right, I've got a price for ESR 1316... 204 roughly $340... Not great when you add shipping. That cost is the lowest he can do, whether 1 or 5+. The alternative is PNH 100290 which would be about $90 if you could get hold of one...

Two other options, I could probably get hold of some used ones from a local LR breaker or I can price up some silicone replacements...

I have found a couple of large hose stockists who could probably help, but I would think that you guys would be able to find something locally...

Unfortunately there is no movement in the prices quoted, I haven't added anything as the parts guy is only two miles up the road...

Sorry I couldn't have been more help...Please let me know if any of you want any of the above followed up or need prices for any other parts from the UK. I've got a couple of local places for classic English cars and bikes so feel free to ask... I can only say sorry can't help...

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Old February 25th, 2014, 07:39 AM
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The alternative is PNH 100290 which would be about $90 if you could get hold of one...
You mean PHH 100290, right? Can you take a pic of the ESR1316 one? Does it look the same as the PHH one or is it the fiberglass original type?
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Old February 25th, 2014, 08:12 AM
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PNH was what I was given by the parts guy. It's a large bore rubber hose... I will measure it when the wife gets home as she's bored the 90...
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The PNH # is not a part number so he must have meant PHH

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You mean PHH 100290, right? Can you take a pic of the ESR1316 one? Does it look the same as the PHH one or is it the fiberglass original type?
ESR is the original odd material one.
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Old February 25th, 2014, 10:13 AM
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ESR is the original odd material one.
I could see that bringing some real money. I'd love to see what a new old stock one looks like.
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Old February 25th, 2014, 10:32 AM
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I'd love to see what a new old stock one looks like.
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Old February 25th, 2014, 01:32 PM
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Right well spotted with the part number...

After a bit of checking I think I may have found a supplier for the hose....The PHH not ESR... I'll make a few phone calls on Thursday or Friday and confirm that they are available... If anyone can recommend a shipping agent I'll get a price for the hose with shipping.

If the hose is unavailable I might be able to get a hose kit made up, including a silicone hose, end cuffs and hose clips....

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Old February 28th, 2014, 06:30 AM
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Right at the moment I have managed to find one (1). The cost to me is roughly $90 give or take a couple of $...Obviously there is shipping to me then out to you guys.

It will probably be slightly cheaper for you if I give the buyer the contact details so that they can buy direct. I will let you guys decide who needs/deserves it the most. Then you can let me know.

I am still willing to to make up hose kits and ship them over if there is enough interest...

The other option is, I can get silicone tape that you use to wrap round the hose and it self seals.... That would be roughly $22 plus shipping. I may be able to get a discount if enough people are interested...

Hope this helps. ... John
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Just received one of two I ordered from across the pond.
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I have a solution in the works for the issue all of the NAS guys have been facing. The replacement for the original, if you can get your hands on it, looks too much like a shop-vac hose for my liking. Ours will be the same shape and style as the traditional NAS hose, but made of silicone so longevity will no longer be an issue.

I expect a prototype in the next week, so we'll do a test fit and make the necessary revisions, then move forward with production. I'll keep you guys updated as things progress.

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That looks great. Just last night I ordered one from landroverpartsdealer.com. The site said it was available (or at least it didn't say it wasn't available), but we'll see if it actually shows up at my door. If not, I would definitely be interested in this. Maybe I'll order one from you anyway and use the other one as a spare.
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Old April 7th, 2014, 12:01 PM
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I believe that there is still one of the original material style hoses left but they are now as rare as rocking horse poo. If anyone wants the last original one let me know and I'll check price and availability...John
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I believe that there is still one of the original material style hoses left but they are now as rare as rocking horse poo. If anyone wants the last original one let me know and I'll check price and availability...John
Did you ever go snap a pic of the real original one?
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