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  1. Just bought 1975 Triumph TR6 that has sat for last 25 years

    Hello I am a new member, I was directed to the form by a friend. I have recently purchased a TR6 that hasnít moved or started it the last 25 years. Everything under the hood held up nicely and doesnít seem to have any visual issues with wiring, I would like advice on what to change besides all the fluids on the car, any this I should grease, loosen up or any advice is appreciated, thanks you

    -Ale

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  2. Healey restoration

    Looking for someone to restore my A-H 3000. I believe there is a well-regarded shop in Paso Robles (or somewhere near there). Can someone give me the name, address, phone number?
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  3. 1956 TR3 carburetor problem

    The number 2 piston on my SU carburetor will not move up and down when engine is being accelerated. When the engine is not running the number 2 piston will not move all the way to the bottom when it is raised by hand. I have switched the piston, spring, and camber from position 1 to position 2 but I get the same results. Everything works fine on number 1 but number 2 does the same thing. I also cleaned all of the parts with carburetor cleaner.
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  4. Chassis Suppliers

    Quote Originally Posted by BritCars4KGM View Post
    I am looking at alternative chassis suppliers to replace my 1954 BN1 chassis and several major inner body pieces. I am familiar with the Kilmartin and Jule products. Does anyone have experiance with with any of the European suppliers? AH Spares is offering newly constructed chassis' and I understand someone in Austria is also making chassis. I would appreciate any information and feedback from the forum members. Thanks, Keith
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  5. rear suspension

    I'm restoring a 60 Bugeye and wanted to know if anyone has installed a rear panhard bar?
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