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And, in case it isn't obvious, the reason I used an 8a Slow-Blow is because that's what Randall did. Good to know that a normal fuse works, should may
I prefer to winch the cars on to the trailer. While I could drive it on, using the winch allows me to move around the car and trailer while loading and
I followed your suggestion Randall and have been running a 5 amp with no issue.
Randy, thanks for the advice. I'll bear it in mind.
Yes Mickey, She told me a couple days ago. I wasn't too surprised as she hasn't driven it for a long time. I take it for a mile run once a month to keep
After having my steering box rebuilt by Macy's garage,
(It looks like they did a good job BTWand getting it all put back together and buttoned down nice and snug; happy with the wheel play and...
had been waiting on a replacement part from Moss for 3 weeks.
The original sizing sleeve (fits on the crank pulley boss, to resize it to a TR3A timing cover/oil seal) that shipped with my narrow...
The conundrum of the facet fuel pump
( from Moss ) is finding the optimal place to mount it on a TR3. It is not something I gave any thought to when I ordered it. And it was only after I removed...
Seems like every one derived there own trick for removing the back nut (or bolt) on the AC fuel pump. my pump was made in Canada,
so I doubt it was original(pls correct me if I'm wrong). & may not...