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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    I installed my pusher fan on brackets fixed to the upper and lower rad side mounts. The fan sits about 1/4 inch from the front surface of the rad core. This hasn't been any problem.
    Steve
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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    Hi I can imagine that the thermostatically controlled switch is the better option however I decided that a manually operated switch would suit what I wanted. I fitted a new uprated radiator and a...
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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    Hi
    I bought a Kemo M113A time switch and two T113A Miniature push buttons from Reichelt electronic in Germany.
    cheers
    Steve
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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    Hi Drone Dog
    Thanks for the info.
    I have just purchased a Kemo 12volt Time switch which incorporates a relay which is wired into the fan circuit. It can be switched on using a small button and...
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    Re: Missing grease cap in front hub

    Thank everyone for that, all good to know,
    I guess I will do as you indicated Bob H,i.e. just file down slightly to still get a tight fit. Currently they are definitely oversized.
    Bob S, noting you...
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    Missing grease cap in front hub

    Hi
    in the process of preparing to bleed the clutch ( another thread), and on removing the wheel I noticed there was no grease cap in the front hub. I bought a new one but no way was it going to fit...
  7. Re: Final fix for clutch pipe to master cylinder leak??

    Thanks Jon, Steve and Bob,
    I am going over to AH Spares tomorrow and will pick up a new feed pipe. I will also pick up a new master cylinder on a "just in case" basis. I will fit the new feed pipe...
  8. Re: Final fix for clutch pipe to master cylinder leak??

    Gentlemen
    Thanks for the information.
    I guess bench bleeding is to ensure all the air is out of the MC and replaced by fluid before connecting up and making the final bleeding process easier.. ...
  9. Re: Final fix for clutch pipe to master cylinder leak??

    Hi Steve
    Thanks for getting back. The pipes are cunifer. I will try a brand new cunifer pipe again but if that is no better I will fit a new master cylinder and pipe. I just wondered if there is...
  10. Final fix for clutch pipe to master cylinder leak??

    Hi all
    After fitting a new "can" type brake/clutch fluid reservoir I have lived with a small leak from the pipe from the reservoir where it is screwed into the master cylinder. I would have to top...
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    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Will do Bob,
    Thanks
    Steve
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    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Hi Bob
    thanks for that info and the link
    Steve
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    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Steve, thats great.
    Just what I wanted.
    I do have the end float advice from some other threads so I think I now have enough back up information.
    I might source a dial gauge although I note that...
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    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Thanks Bob
    Could I just ask for clarification of what I think is the procedure (basic steps)
    -undo the axle nut
    -disconnect the brake callipers
    -pull off the hub/disc assembly
    -undo the nuts...
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    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Hi all
    Took the car to the local AH specialist today. He spun the wheels and confirmed all was OK. He didn't identify any problem with the suspect off side wheel. He did find that there was a small...
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    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Gentlemen
    Brilliant, thanks for the information. The video and the special cap removal tool is really helpful.
    I just jacked up the car and spun both wheels. Both run freely and smoothly. The...
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    Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Hi all
    The front hub bearings on my BT7 were adjusted and re-shimed about 2000 miles ago by an AH specialist just after I bought the car. I presume that the bearings would have been repacked with...
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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    Thanks Ray
    Yes, thats another option
    cheers
    Steve
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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    Thanks Bob
    Will do
    Steve
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    Re: Timer for pusher fan

    Thanks Warren, I will check whether I can get that one here in the UK
    Steve
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    Timer for pusher fan

    Hi
    I have fitted an electric pusher/blower fan with a on/off switch for when I am in slow traffic and for when I turn the engine off. Is it possible to fit some kind of 12v timer into the circuit so...
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    Re: Oil Leaks - What is normal/typical?

    Thanks Bob and kozelding
    I think I will live with it for now. When it is up on the ramp for its 12 month test in May and I can get underneath I will have a closer look to see if I can identify where...
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    Re: mystery rattle

    Thanks Steve, My "final" conclusion is also that it is a loose clamp on the spring closest to the exhaust. I have inserted a thin piece of aluminium strip and will take the car out for a test run...
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    Oil Leaks - What is normal/typical?

    I know all Healeys and other cars of this vintage leak but I am trying to get a grip of what is normal.
    The engine on my BT7 is surprisingly oil tight. It doesn't seem to leak at all. I never have...
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    Re: mystery rattle

    Think I found it. The two exhaust tailpipes touch each other at the first bend when they leave the box. I was able to move the pipes slightly and I think this slight rubbing movement between the two...
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