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I plan to install a spin-on oil filter adapter on my 74 TR6. It comes with an o ring to install between the adapter and the engine.
Just wondered if Mickey or JP had any experience with this sort of thing
I thought rings on the first post. Does the car sit a lot?
If you had the head rebuilt and left the lower end as it was you will need to have it rebuilt sooner rather than later. I would do a sniff test of the
Oh, now you've done it. Our Fearless Leader will now have to contend with upset drunk Godless Irishmen complaining on and on and on.