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Author Topic:   Nylon Liners???
FlyNLoIMCA17
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posted October 17, 2005 06:01 PM  
Hey guys, I have built a brake floater for my car and now I need a liner for it. Nylon, nitrile....I don't care either way. I need to find the thinnest one I possibly can. If anyone knows of an extra thin liner please let me know. If not then what companies sell the liners?? In my Southwest Speed catalog, they have "Nitrile Liners" but the way it looks, it is a sheet. Whereas I need a round type liner. Any help is greatly appreciated.

avenger 11
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Total posts: 88
posted October 17, 2005 07:43 PM  
See if you can find a McMaster-Carr catalog,they have anything you can imagine.I don't know,but they may have website.

rocket36
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Total posts: 209
posted October 18, 2005 04:03 AM  
the replacement liners we bought last season for our twm birdcages came as a sheet too. just wrap around tube (or measure circumference) and trim to suit, not forgetting to line up the grease holes. i never measured the thickness but i would guess between 0.080" & 0.120".

wfoondirt
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posted October 18, 2005 09:01 AM  
www.mcmaster.com

showtime13
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Total posts: 60
posted October 18, 2005 07:46 PM  
the birdcage we use dont have liners in them and binding has never been a problem. I was told that liners get to tight when the rearend get hot. J/O

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