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    GregW

    Re: Walnut veneer for the dash, Look what I found!

    Hi Bob,
    I looked it up and it means the sheet has two color layers that contrast. A cap (the walnut in this case) and a core color. So for a trophy,

    GregW Today, 07:37 AM Go to last post
    DrEntropy

    Re: Need help identifying these parts

    It is not in the tube, rather if there is one or not. I'm not certain, but ISTR post-1967 the tube was fitted. Pre-smog control engines had no vent tube

    DrEntropy Today, 07:30 AM Go to last post
    4tecdog

    Re: Speedo drive gear

    Much clearer now HealeyRick thanks for the article very informative. I obviously got the wrong end of the stick when I heard you could change the gearing

    4tecdog Today, 03:06 AM Go to last post
    Jim_Gruber

    Re: Clicking from rear

    So that might point back to the front brakes, check caliper bolts, pad rattling or not retracting and it's rubbing on the rotor, warped rotor, worn pads

    Jim_Gruber Today, 02:41 AM Go to last post
    RAC68

    Re: Front Seat-back Angle

    Hi All,

    Thanks for the direction and suggestions. As I see it, Hendrix has a nicely simplistic approach and creating a wedge design for

    RAC68 Today, 01:56 AM Go to last post
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    Madflyer

    Madflyer

    As a new member and long time TR owner of a few TR's. I fine the same topics come up time and time again. Here are three I like best; What tire is best and where do I get them and what do they cost....

    Madflyer 07-06-2020 10:27 AM
    Factoryman2000

    Adding AC to BN7 Healey

    Hi,recently visited a well regarded restoration shop and saw the install of AC system on an MGB. The installer had ordered a dual Compressor pulley, and the original v belt now drove waterpump, Fan...

    Factoryman2000 07-05-2020 04:17 PM
    commonground

    New member from california. Bring back the herald

    I am pursuing the creation of a sixties Triumph Herald. Nearly unknown in the USA.. I had one here in the late 60s. Loved the car handling and packaging. Hated very poor British parts quality and...

    commonground 07-05-2020 02:11 PM
    Madflyer

    Madflyer

    Good morning all as a new member yesterday I found BCF quite good and as a long time TR owner, I still learn more each day and yesterday a great day for sure. I added my inputs to a number of post...

    Madflyer 07-05-2020 12:13 PM
    Ale

    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...

    Ale 07-03-2020 07:35 PM
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