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  • sp53's Avatar
    Today, 11:21 AM
    sp53 replied to a thread TR2/3/3A Here we go again... in Triumph
    Tex-N--- I for one appreciate your methodology. My auto-shop teacher in 1968 debated with us what people called vapor-lock, and we would talk about...
    5 replies | 105 view(s)
  • Drone Dog's Avatar
    Today, 11:12 AM
    no apologies necc. i like blunt. i also realize how much an excercise in futility this can be trying to tell me what i should do. i have been on the...
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  • Bob_Spidell's Avatar
    Today, 10:59 AM
    The tie rod bushes are subject to rapid deterioration due to oil contamination; urethane bushes are available from the Usual Suspects.
    6 replies | 326 view(s)
  • steveg's Avatar
    Today, 10:40 AM
    steveg replied to a thread BN6 rear brake pipes in Austin Healey
    Duane's drawing shows the bracket extension mounted vertically, perhaps for clarity - it's supposed to be at 9 o'clock. Will get back shortly with...
    12 replies | 153 view(s)
  • NutmegCT's Avatar
    Today, 10:34 AM
    NutmegCT replied to a thread Our new fridge in The Pub
    Coincidence: my next door neighbor has a two drawer F&P dishwasher also. Had it for ten years, and it's been repaired six or seven times. Those...
    34 replies | 398 view(s)
  • Basil's Avatar
    Today, 10:27 AM
    Basil replied to a thread Our new fridge in The Pub
    No personal experience but a friend has a P&F "two drawer" type dishwasher. So far they really like it.
    34 replies | 398 view(s)
  • sp53's Avatar
    Today, 10:24 AM
    sp53 replied to a thread TR2/3/3A Starts Cold, Not Hot in Triumph
    yes Malbaby plan could make a big difference and al lot of these cars have that Canadian fuel pump and it will be fine
    9 replies | 251 view(s)
  • frankfast's Avatar
    Today, 10:05 AM
    frankfast replied to a thread TR4/4A TR4 Carburetors/Idling in Triumph
    Try a hotter plug.
    3 replies | 103 view(s)
  • vette's Avatar
    Today, 09:45 AM
    I think you have inspected the car well. If you are satisfied that the frame is solid except for the spot you showed us then that is a pretty good...
    21 replies | 357 view(s)
  • Basil's Avatar
    Today, 09:35 AM
    Basil replied to a thread S1 e type radio console in Jaguar
    Congrats on the new E-Type. I have a 67 Series 1. If you're not entering the car in a concourse event then it isn't going to be the end of the...
    1 replies | 21 view(s)
  • RAC68's Avatar
    Today, 09:35 AM
    Hi Shortsguy1, First, I am very impressed with the work and analysis you have already performed and can only suggest that you look at the air flow...
    7 replies | 126 view(s)
  • TR4nut's Avatar
    Today, 09:28 AM
    TR4nut replied to a thread TR4/4A Front Shock Install in Triumph
    Any chance you installed an aluminum spacer in the upper mount? Later springs didn't use that spacer.
    6 replies | 100 view(s)
  • Marvin Gruber's Avatar
    Today, 09:24 AM
    PM me your email address for a picture of housing and will look for fuel line. Marv
    1 replies | 21 view(s)
  • TR4nut's Avatar
    Today, 09:20 AM
    TR4nut replied to a thread TR2/3/3A Here we go again... in Triumph
    Have fun Jer! You know, Pittsburgh is only a 7-8 hr drive to upstate NY. Just sayin!
    5 replies | 105 view(s)
  • nevets's Avatar
    Today, 09:16 AM
    nevets replied to a thread BN6 rear brake pipes in Austin Healey
    Thanks all. Despite the difference between the 2 seater and 4 seater cars, all the AH parts suppliers seem to offer the same rear axle brake pipes...
    12 replies | 153 view(s)
  • TFB's Avatar
    Today, 09:07 AM
    TFB replied to a thread TR4/4A TR4 Carburetors/Idling in Triumph
    I think the very first thing to check before adjusting jets is to verify the correct float level by visibly checking the height in the jet. After...
    3 replies | 103 view(s)
  • NutmegCT's Avatar
    Today, 09:07 AM
    NutmegCT replied to a thread Our new fridge in The Pub
    Basil - good point. Might mean that the appliances work great - until they don't.
    34 replies | 398 view(s)
  • Basil's Avatar
    Today, 09:05 AM
    Basil replied to a thread Our new fridge in The Pub
    Interesting that same site, when listing "Top Ten Best Rated Appliances" lists F&P at the top?
    34 replies | 398 view(s)
  • Drone Dog's Avatar
    Today, 08:57 AM
    one question i have on the clutch: can it be adjusted? this one seem to engauge when the pedal was almost all the way out. is there maybe some sort...
    21 replies | 357 view(s)
  • glemon's Avatar
    Today, 08:15 AM
    glemon replied to a thread TR4/4A Front Shock Install in Triumph
    Your springs look like they are "bowing out" causing the shock to rub. I dont think they are supposed to do that. But I don't know why the would do...
    6 replies | 100 view(s)
  • Drone Dog's Avatar
    Today, 07:48 AM
    Derek and Hugh all great points. the car was restored and the body was, at least mostly, off for it. that was done by the previous owner. the...
    21 replies | 357 view(s)
  • CJD's Avatar
    Today, 07:27 AM
    CJD replied to a thread TR4/4A now I'm curious in Triumph
    I dunno. 925 divided by 300 lbs/inch would mean a "fitted" compression of 3-1/12". That sounds about right for sitting on the rebound stop...so off...
    4 replies | 114 view(s)
  • NutmegCT's Avatar
    Today, 06:08 AM
    NutmegCT replied to a thread Our new fridge in The Pub
    David - best wishes on this one too. What model Samsung did you get? Tom M.
    34 replies | 398 view(s)
  • Master G's Avatar
    Today, 04:50 AM
    Hi everyone, just making my first steps on this community ... and looking for some good advice as I am planning to purchase my first Austin Healey...
    0 replies | 37 view(s)
  • Dash's Avatar
    Today, 04:37 AM
    Dash replied to a thread TR4/4A Front Shock Install in Triumph
    Gary, your car a '62 CT16836L? Intersting, My current tr4 registered in '74 (second owner) as a '63 CT15072L and my first one (totally unrestorable...
    6 replies | 100 view(s)
  • DerekJ's Avatar
    Today, 04:37 AM
    Great in car video of Jack Rawles racing at Spa last weekend. He and David Grace finished 5th overall and 2nd in Class (behind a GT40! - how can they...
    0 replies | 28 view(s)
  • Dash's Avatar
    Today, 04:31 AM
    Dash replied to a thread TR4/4A now I'm curious in Triumph
    Here's the link to the article: http://www.racing-car-technology.com.au/Triumph/index.htm Gary, I missed your other post or I would have added...
    4 replies | 114 view(s)
  • pan's Avatar
    Today, 03:55 AM
    pan replied to a thread Healey 100 issues in Austin Healey
    G'day donnie_leo26, I suggest that when you install a tie rod you will notice a huge difference. Because the 100 has a mechanical clutch operation...
    6 replies | 326 view(s)
  • DerekJ's Avatar
    Today, 03:49 AM
    Just to add to what Cleah has said. Sometimes these good 'driver' cars can be the worst value of all. They look good and they cost quite a lot of...
    21 replies | 357 view(s)
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