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Author Subject: willwoods/Hens Teeth
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Post #1
Ive always fancied a set of Willwoods
I know it's a slim to non chance but does anyone have a set they'd be willing to sell
Looking for ones with the Welly Bracket
So I can just bolt on and go no pratting about trying to source parts for the next 2yrs LOL

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 00:21
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Have a look for Sams Spares on Facebook, sure he has a pair of yellow ones that may be of use, no brackets though.
Didn't Jean Luc make some brackets for Welly??

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 01:17
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There's a set on 306oc for sale at the mo. Want too much brass for them as looks like they need a rebuild also the calipers ain't a matching pair. Was gonna buy em for the brackets tbh

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 07:51
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midlife wrote:
Have a look for Sams Spares on Facebook, sure he has a pair of yellow ones that may be of use, no brackets though.
Didn't Jean Luc make some brackets for Welly??

Cool


This Fella? (yello just wouldn't do paint would be needed LOL
I did PM Jean Luke to ask him what it would take to get him to do a batch,..
but he must be out to "explore those strange new worlds, and seek out new life and new civilizations. This engine will let us go boldly... where no man has gone before."?
but i've just tried him again! Smile hopefully he'll have finished fighting the Kinkers! LOL

psjunkie wrote:
There's a set on 306oc for sale at the mo. Want too much brass for them as looks like they need a rebuild also the calipers ain't a matching pair. Was gonna buy em for the brackets tbh


found the thread and posted can't PM on that forum though they said I don't hang out often enough there Dunno
I see what you mean by the mismatched calipers if they'd have been a matching pair i'd have had his hand off!
i've posted on the thread though
who made those brackets?
they don't look like the Welly/Phil designs? look like they've been made using lego bricks LOL

like i've said i've asked PhilipM if he'd do some more if not and I bought these as a guide to have more Brackets made
what are the chances of a group buy and i'll have some machined up recoupe some costs for those calipers and find a matching one?

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:17
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the brackets would be something that a local machine shop could make surely? They'd need a drawing though.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:16
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I bet i could learn enough about Auto cad to draw some up,..
or if Philipm can loan me the one he has or the original drawings i'd get some made up if there was enough interest?

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:22
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I'd take a pair. Was gonna get some copies made if I bought them on 306oc

That bracket looks like the first bracket welly had made which funnily enough I ended up buying off him for my old p1

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:30
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I'd take a pair. Was gonna get some copies made if I bought them on 306oc


wanna go halves 1 caliper each plus Tooling for better copies LOL Dibs on the Purple one (matches the Astor better!)

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:30
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I can make engineering drawings but obviously I don't know the dimensions.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:32
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Post #10
RetroPug wrote:
I can make engineering drawings but obviously I don't know the dimensions.


get a thread going all we need to know is

size of holes for calipers/306 mounts
thickness of bracket and how deep PhilipM has one bracket he said maybe that can be used?

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:38
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gnrlee wrote:
RetroPug wrote:
I can make engineering drawings but obviously I don't know the dimensions.


get a thread going all we need to know is

size of holes for calipers/306 mounts
thickness of bracket and how deep PhilipM has one bracket he said maybe that can be used?


Also the spacing of the holes.

If I had a bracket to hand I could just measure it and produce a drawing. I used to get things made at work by a machine shop almost weekly at one point.

I'd even be happy to do a drawing and get a batch made somewhere if enough were interested in a group buy and I was compensated for the effort.

Thought about offering this for various bits before but didn't think there'd be enough parts that people would want made in any kind of quantity that aren't already catered for.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:44
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yeah I hear you there!

someone must have one we can take measurements from?

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:47
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Yeah, they look like the original brackets, I redesigned them for the ones I made (originals top right):



Unfortunately whilst my brackets were easy for me to make, it does make them a lot more effort for most shops that'd take them on, especially if they're using manual machines.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:54
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Do these fit under 15 s and how hard is it to get hold of the callipers ?

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 12:54
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Post #15
do a search but in short

yes Wilwood Midlites will fit under cyclones with 10mm spacers iirc
and most others

Phil they look SO SHINY!!!!,.. answers my question though! Thumbs up
so can we borrow the one you still have? Big grin Xx

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 13:01
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Post #16
get it done lads

great brakes

DS2500 pads are £110 for direct fit (FRP502H) - cant find link to these anymore

or around £72 for FRP502HS need to get the grinder out though, took me 20/30 minutes - i did have an old pad to use as a template

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 13:01
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Calipers are easy, Rally Design are the main stockist but there's plenty of others, just ordered a set for the buggy and they came next day.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 13:03
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C'mon phil We need you! Big grin Thumbs up

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 13:14
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Brembo ftw.


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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 14:23
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But the extra expence of the pads + Discs that don't squeel like a pig on a hot poker
Kill it for me No

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 14:28
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My names down if some sets are going to be made?

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 14:47
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gnrlee wrote:
But the extra expence of the pads + Discs that don't squeel like a pig on a hot poker
Kill it for me No


no squeal here, they are not 406 ones, they're renault.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 14:55
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Post #23
Hmm Ok,...

Not looked at renult versions
What discs pads and are brackets required?
Average cost to upgrade from standard?

Philipm is going to sort some designs out if he gets time
I'll look into getting them made!

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 15:07
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Keep us posted

Ta

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 15:09
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its one of ash's 310 kits.

I think it would be better at 300mm.

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Posted 22nd Sep 2015 at 15:21

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