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    O-rings for Smith and Jaeger gauges.

    I have been supplying the rubber O-rings for Smith and Jaeger gauges for decades. The inner rings are now made in sponge to give a better fit. Try www.britcot.com
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    Re: O-rings for Smith and Jaeger gauges.

    Thanks, good to know. I'll be in touch. Tom
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    Re: O-rings for Smith and Jaeger gauges.

    Quote Originally Posted by Penghulu View Post
    I have been supplying the rubber O-rings for Smith and Jaeger gauges for decades. The inner rings are now made in sponge to give a better fit. Try www.britcot.com

    Out of interested do you or anyone else supply new or used convex glass for these instruments.? I'd like at some time to swap out the flat glass of Triumph TR4 instruments (with chrome bezels) for the convex type of glass as used on the TR2 and TR3. I believe the MGA and early MGB instruments likewise had convex glass.

    I would want to do this for partly cosmetic reasons, but perhaps also to help reduce reflection from flat glass.

    Would this be a terribly expensive thing to do ?
    Thanks

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