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    MDE Manifold

    Wanted - old MDE manifold for twin 10's. Postage preferred but can pick up local to Salisbury/Southampton/Bournemouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango Charlie View Post
    Wanted - old MDE manifold for twin 10's. Postage preferred but can pick up local to Salisbury/Southampton/Bournemouth.
    If "old" is not an absolute requirement GoDive will post one to you
    https://www.godive.net/go-dive/spare...tion-manifold/

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    Apologies, forgot to say this must include valves too..! My 10ltr twins are old (old enough that it's a non-isolating manifold, single DIN outlet in the middle)...!

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    https://www.godive.net/go-dive/spare...modular-valve/
    https://www.godive.net/go-dive/spare...modular-valve/

    £133 all in...

    Unless by "old" you really meant cheap?

    Just make sure the cylinders are in test there seems to be renewed focus on valve threads tolerances not just rust/corrosion. Even the most carefully cared for Cylinders with no corrosion can fail. If the Cylinders are as old as your valves then make sure you get them inspected before spending money on valves, no matter how cheap they are.


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    By old I mean the older 5/8" style fat stainless manifold - rather than the newer Jubilee style MDE manifold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango Charlie View Post
    By old I mean the older 5/8" style fat stainless manifold - rather than the newer Jubilee style MDE manifold.
    If itís old enough to have one of those funny old manifolds, might it also have 3/4 bsp neck thread?


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    Not sure, so much paint on the tank I can't make out the indents unfortunately, a wire wheel will sort that. They're old Faber 10ltr's. The DIN outlet is bang in the centre of the manifold with no outlets either side, so technically it's one big 20ltr tank.

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    You need to find out those threads before you buy a manifold and valves as there are a few options.

    You might struggle to find suitable if it's one of the obsolete ones.

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    I have an old MDE manifold but I'm currently looking to sell it with twin 10s ( independent atm) unless someone wants to buy 2 10l steels separately.

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    I believe I have a modular mde manifold and valves in the garage ... Believe it was for 12s but it's adjustable

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