Harrier

Parts diagram

Customer information

IMPORTANT – CUSTOMERS INFORMATION
This page is under constant construction with new parts being added. Please also note any manufacturer’s updates as listed

Always scroll FULLY down the page to see both updates and current parts listed

Some pages may only show a limited number of parts – you will need to CLICK “View All” (See the top of the page above the diagram or at the bottom of each page)

If you require further advice please contact us.

E-mail:
sales@showtime-supplies.co.uk

Telephone: 
UK Mainland: 01759 368588
Overseas: 0044 1759 368588

Product items such as ADAPTERS, BATTERIES & CHARGER UNITS are listed under CLIPPER ACCESSORIES
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ORDERING PARTS
Please have details relating to make and model of machine, as well as applicable part or diagram identification numbers to hand. Failure to do this may result in errors in the parts ordered/supplied.

TRADE – DISCOUNTS
Trade discounted prices are available on all parts to bona fide trade repair businesses. Please contact us for further information

SHIPPING
We make every effort to ship parts the same day for next day delivery on the UK Mainland

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
We ship worldwide daily.

MANUFACTURER’S UPDATES
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The HISTORY of WOLSELEY “Harrier” models
We understand the original Wolseley “Harrier” clipper was launched many years ago around the 1960/70’s with the original machine known as the “Princess” This machine was rated at 140 w.

Distinguishing features where:
Black body and head normally held on with a “collar”
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The “Princess” is a discontinued model. Most parts are no longer available – however it is worth contacting us to see if we can offer any factory checked second hand parts.

The “Princess” was followed the Harrier Mark I version

Distinguishing features:
Again a black body and head was normally secured to the body by a “collar”

This is a discontinued model with no parts available. However it is worth contacting us to see if we can offer any factory checked second hand parts.

The Harrier Mk I was the next model and on ceasing of production was replaced by what was known at the time as the “Green” Harrier – the Harrier Mark II
This machine had certain similarities in the features relating to Liscop type machines of the period, especially the head mechanism.

The distinguishing features of the Harrier Mk II:
Green body and head secured with two screws

We are advised by the manufacturer that the “Harrier” Mk III diagram may be used for Mk II parts identification.

The current model is the black bodied Harrier Mark III

Distinguishing features:
Black body and head secured with two screws

CUSTOMER “QUICK” UP-DATES
The current Wolseley Harrier is the Mark III model.
The Wolseley “Princess” and Harriers “Mark I” and “Mark” II models are discontinued.
Parts for the Wolseley “Princess” – ARE NOT AVAILABLE
Parts for the Wolseley “Harrier” Mark I – LIMITED
Certain parts for the Wolseley “Harrier” Mark II continue to be obtainable as long as factory stocks remain available.

CUSTOMER UP-DATES
As certain Harrier Mk III parts can be used on the Harrier Mk I – Please check with us for further information as to which parts are available and can be used

GEAR WHEEL
When ordering a replacement clipper head gear wheel – check the number of teeth on your original gear wheel as some
machines were fitted with part number 50567 – a 29/13 toothed gear wheel, rather than the 29/11 toothed gear wheel –
part number 50845.

CLIPPER HEADS
Some clipper heads do not have the washer part fitted (part number 50537)
Only replace the clipper head if the existing one is worn.

CONDENSER
Part number 50543 has been discontinued

The condenser for Harrier Mk II and Swift Mk II models
Originally fitted with condenser with yellow markings.
This has been long since discontinued and replaced by another grey condenser.
However this is only available from machines where the condenser has been salavaged
If fouund the values are the same and the condenser works
New size condensers as used in Mk III models are too large to fit

UPDATED Dec 2016

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