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I found a source for stainless steel hinges that go above the engine lid. Installed them a few days ago. Their final cost gave me the vapors, but my bus is now much, much faster now (in my dreams, anyway).

Hinges actually do get knackered over 50+ years, and (since I live in California) mine were still fully functional, but they were not stainless steel.
 

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I found a source for stainless steel hinges that go above the engine lid. Installed them a few days ago. Their final cost gave me the vapors, but my bus is now much, much faster now (in my dreams, anyway).

Hinges actually do get knackered over 50+ years, and (since I live in California) mine were still fully functional, but they were not stainless steel.

Are they off the shelf or made for you?
 
I found a source for stainless steel hinges that go above the engine lid. Installed them a few days ago. Their final cost gave me the vapors, but my bus is now much, much faster now (in my dreams, anyway).

Hinges actually do get knackered over 50+ years, and (since I live in California) mine were still fully functional, but they were not stainless steel.
This is a great product by the looks of it, I'm gonna buy a pair. Anyone else want a pair and save on the shipping? They have a small limited range of other products that look pretty cool, anyone else in?
 

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