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Are you going full concourse anorak with this Jess?

If not & you need jets then these are pretty similar 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OPEL-KADETT-FRONT-WINDSCREEN-WASHER-JETS-NOZZLE-WATER-SPRAY-JET-X2-VAUXHALL-/221919049574?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=710-127635-2958-0
 

But you’ll need a packing washer of some sort.

 

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6 minutes ago, Trooker said:

Are you going full concourse anorak with this Jess?

If not & you need jets then these are pretty similar 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OPEL-KADETT-FRONT-WINDSCREEN-WASHER-JETS-NOZZLE-WATER-SPRAY-JET-X2-VAUXHALL-/221919049574?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=710-127635-2958-0
 

But you’ll need a packing washer of some sort.

 

 

Anorak lol. No, but I honestly did not realise they would be such a rare thing tbh. Cheers 😀

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I guess over the years between UV issues & breakages as they come out for paint.
Would imagine a number of folks upgraded to twin jets when they appeared as functionality may have seemed better on a daily. 

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I use senator ones, they have double jets in each one and i bought a box of 100 of them a bunch of years ago so i fit them to pretty much everything i own now.

You have to slightly enlarge the holes with a file to fit but they are 100% better than standard and look very similar. 

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59 minutes ago, Jessopia74 said:

Let me know please mate

I will have a look through my paperwork folder and see if i can find where i bought them.

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23 minutes ago, Jonathan Pounsett said:

2 are better but only one is good. There is a small rust stain on the other “good” one. 

Guess I can clean them off and get some plasticote on them mate. 

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1 hour ago, Jessopia74 said:

Guess I can clean them off and get some plasticote on them mate. 

I gave one a light rub with some wire wool but it didn’t touch it. I’ll stick them in the post tomorrow and you can have a go at them. 

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9 minutes ago, Jonathan Pounsett said:

I gave one a light rub with some wire wool but it didn’t touch it. I’ll stick them in the post tomorrow and you can have a go at them. 

That’s great mate, appreciate that 👍

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Sorry @Jessopia74i’ve only just got round to posing these. My post office is shut until next Thursday due to having no staff so I had to take a bit of a flyer on postage cost and used a large stamp. It weighs nothing and is quite small so hopefully that will be okay 🤞

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22 minutes ago, Jonathan Pounsett said:

Sorry @Jessopia74i’ve only just got round to posing these. My post office is shut until next Thursday due to having no staff so I had to take a bit of a flyer on postage cost and used a large stamp. It weighs nothing and is quite small so hopefully that will be okay 🤞

Yes, no problem. Thanks. Just DM me what I owe you 👍

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Just to update this thread, my friend had got some washer jets in from a local trade supplier https://www.mpdonline.co.uk , he has a selection and he tried one in my bonnet today ‘to help me out’ lol. They are not original, so I won’t use them, but they are a perfect fit indeed! and cheap, think less than £2 inc vat each. Might be available elsewhere too. 
 

(edit found them on eBay for a bit more money https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/1805406501)

 

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