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  1. Madflyer's Avatar
    EDW; my contact info triumph73kill@att.net for bezel
  2. Madflyer's Avatar
    I think the B&B is a lesser product I and going with Laycock /LUK&nbsp; cost is more this month will report when I am done.<br><br>Madflyer
  3. Madflyer's Avatar
    I think the B&B is a lesser product I and going with Laycock /LUK cost is more this month will report when I am done.

    Madflyer
  4. Madflyer's Avatar
    on the 76 the switch different than others as you have 6 thermals they are not in order around the switch but all are used see clock face top clockwise #4 #3 #2 # 6 #1 #5
    wires are as follows #4 brown-#3 white #2 brown jumper from #4 and on to fuse box
    # 6 brown /red # 1 white /red # 5 white /pink starter off of # 5 and also starter relay

    Info from my Robert Bentley book on TR's Hope that helps Madflyer
  5. Madflyer's Avatar
    Go with gman most likely
    Madflyer
  6. Madflyer's Avatar
    Why yes I can help you. I have some gages and parts and yes a good bezel. I will give it to you no cost. where would I send it in the US only From one TR to another glad I can help I do not have a good o-ring Madflyer
  7. Madflyer's Avatar
    A good find or not is the question. Remove sparkplugs add small amount of light oil Marvels mystery oil is best then rotate by hand a few turns. Did you know why it set so many years? I have a friend that took a motor out of a car that sat many years changed oil put into his car and drove away. What happened next is the story; The motor sat so long in one spot dry that the rings etched the cylinder's and tore it self up. Org. fuel pump may have dried out and need new parts easy to do (diaphragm) Add one can of SEA FOAM to gas tank ( at any auto parts store ) If it starts and runs change any and all rubber fuel lines ( for fire ) and put in a new fuel filter that is glass and can be opened an cleaned as you do not know as it fowls. When you get that far does it have overdrive? drain trans before you drive to far it will be low on oil. The rear end does not have a drain plug so not much can be do but add as seal will be dry also. keep in touch Madflyer
  8. BGLuigi's Avatar
    Further to the above: Loosen the brass jet in the body of the carburetor, shift the jet around slightly until the raised piston, when released, falls all the way, with the “ thud”, when released. I hope I’m addressing your problem.
  9. BGLuigi's Avatar
    As I recall, the jet has to be centred around the needle in the piston. The piston should fall with a small thud when the piston is raised and released.