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  1. TR 4 Timing mark

    Quote Originally Posted by glemon View Post
    Yikes, been so many years, geometry, pulley is 5.5" I assume this is diameter, circumference is Pi x diameter, so 3.14 x 5.5" = 17.27" (circumference) / 360 (degrees) = .048" per degree (rounded). Times 4 (degrees) = .192" inches, a hair over 3/16" of an inch. Correct?
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  2. MGA Carb Rebuilder

    Anyone have experience with carb rebuilder for MGA & MGB's?
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  3. Floor mats for 67 Austin-Healey 3000

    Can anyone suggest a good source for correct color matched floor mats for 67 Austin-Healey 3000. Prefer mats with AH logo.
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  4. WANTED: Rare Solex 30IF Carb for a 1934 Singer Nine

    I am trying to get this recent acquisition running after its 40 year rest in storage...and noticed that one of the twin Solex carbs has a cracked Air Correction Jet holder casting in the center of the Venturi. This carb was only used in pre-War Singers and BMW 327/328 and also some older French cars. If you have a Solex 30IF in any condition with a good lower section please contact me. Or a pair of the post-War Singer car Solex 30FIO Carbs would do the job also.
    Thanks,
    Mike 604-377-0713 ...
    Tags: singer, solex 30
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  5. Sprite Control Box - Headlights In-Op

    Quote Originally Posted by turbofrog View Post
    Hi, on my 1959 Austin-Healey Sprite, my headlights and dip indicator light are no working. Everything appears fine, I checked all wiring and connections, I have a new dip switch, a new ignition switch, and the wire harness is a couple years old and in good nick.

    I opened the cover on the control box, and noticed on one solenoid, there is what looks like a "breaker point" contact (like points on a dizzy), that is "open", or open circuit. I reckon this may be why
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