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    blueskies

    Re: How does the flasher unit work

    I like John's suggestion. But, if that doesn't help . . . have you tried replacing the flasher unit? They do fail. I recently damaged a nearly new

    blueskies Today, 09:45 PM Go to last post
    Jim_Gruber

    Re: Speedo drive gear

    Speedhut GPS Speedo. Dead nuts accurate. Works with my 5 speed. Bugeye Guy even sells one with a pretty good imitation of the OEM Smiths Speedo. Mine

    Jim_Gruber Today, 09:14 PM Go to last post
    nichola

    Re: Transmission front seal replacement question

    Hey, how'd you know my middle name was Go-Wrong? I didn't mind cutting that shaft after a day of trying to get that pin out. But I should have just left

    nichola Today, 09:13 PM Go to last post
    RDKeysor

    Re: Name this part - I am stumped!

    I think someone dropped it your car to confound you. I bought a '62 Jag years ago out of Chicago that had originally been purchased by someone living

    RDKeysor Today, 09:05 PM Go to last post
    waltesefalcon

    Re: Yes Mickey, Irregardless is now a word.

    Regardless of whether or not it's in the dictionary you shouldn't use irregardless.

    waltesefalcon Today, 08:54 PM 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 Yesterday 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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