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  1. Garystrumpet

    Quote Originally Posted by garystrumphet View Post
    hello and thanks for the welcome! I own a 1973 Triumph TR6 and am in the process of frame off rotisserie restoration! Some help will be greatly appreciated!
    My car has had its rear lever action shocks replaced with a Wheewlright tube shock conversion. The shocks are stamped made in england 010672. What shocks replace the ones I have? Where to find them?
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  2. MGB wire wheel problems

    I am having problems keeping the wire wheels on my MGB tight. They loosen up and make a noise that sounds like a bad universal joint. I can tighten them to make the noise go away, but they become loose and the noise returns. Please advise me on how to fix this.
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  3. Triumph Roadster 2000

    Hello,Iím going to buy a TR Roadster 2000. As there are some works to do on it , I should like to take this opportunity to transform it from RHD to LHD.Do you know what parts I need to buy and where I can find them.
    Regards,
    Bernard
  4. Triumph Roadster 2000

    Hello,Iím going to buy a TR Roadster 2000. As there are some works to do on it , I should like to take this opportunity to transform it from RHD to LHD.Do you know what parts I need to buy and where I can find them.
    Regards,
    Bernard
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  5. Connections for a 'Service Warning Module' - 1976 MG-B

    I am rebuilding a 1976 MG-B that I purchased non-running. There are a few 'modifications' to the electrical system, particularly in the motor compartment.

    I found a module that is mounted on a bracket or the R/H side of the engine bay just ahead of the heater blower. There is a 'speedo type' cable from the transmission that goes into the bottom & another speedo type cable that goes from the top of the module to the speedometer. There is also a black sheathed wire set about 30 inched ...
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