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Robert, Pumping the pedal on SU carbs doesn't do enything in terms of pumping patrol into the manifold. What I would suggest is to make sure wheather
I'll look at the package again. And she what it says in the invoice. They do screw right into the spring clamps. 1/26 tpi
Look up abingdon spares for a diagram of the timbers. I can suggest another firm for supplying if needed?
My BJ7 is EXTREMELY difficult to start during the winter (in Iowa)or, as now, with the temperature in the morning in the 40s-50s. My car is parked outside