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    TR2/3/3A Re: Wiper Cable Lube

    I had the motor off mine while working on the brake cylinders so I cleaned and greased it. It was a solid lump with impressions where the moving parts went but it worked well before and after the new...
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    Wanted Re: Triumph Herald Hood Finishers

    Have now located both finishers. Tom
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Chassis paint color

    As far as I know the differentials and covers were all black. According to Judging Standards, "the external surfaces of the rear brakes, suspension, and axle assemblies were usually painted black"....
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Reproduction TR3A Grille

    It would seem that the size of the grille openings would make a difference, and Standard Triumph thought so also and fabricated larger slots into the grilles on some of their works cars. I don't know...
  5. Thread: carpet kit

    by TomMull
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    TR2/3/3A Re: carpet kit

    I have no knowledge of these carpets but I do find them tempting and I my try a set in the near future. I'll post when and if I do. TRF has a well deserved reputation but a price that goes with it,...
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    Wanted Re: Triumph Herald Hood Finishers

    Thanks Rut, not much of value except the piece I need. I do have a couple of leads and will make note of this one in case the others don't pan out. Tom
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    TR2/3/3A Re: New Challenge at 81 UPDATE

    Good for you. Post a picture if you get a chance.
    Tom
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    Wanted Triumph Herald Hood Finishers

    I am looking for the rear hood finisher strip for my Herald convertible, any condition, par number #705666, NLA as far as I can tell.
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    If not the finisher, perhaps someone could give me the...
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    TR4/4A Re: Can't get rear extension off. Help!

    The Buckeyes are right, if it doesn't come right off, something is wrong. I also made up a crude puller that grabbed the raised boss on the end of the tailshaft housing. Very moderate force required....
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Recondition old wire wheels or buy new?

    May also be 48 spoke and upgrading to 60 would be a big improvement. (Rimmer has a decent price depending on shipping from England)
    Tom
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    TR2/3/3A Re: 59 TR3A Clutch Master Cylinder Failure

    I may be mistaken but I don't think current Pegasus Girling cylinders look like the old Girling cylinders. I also think the Classic Gold brand that at one time looked like the originals was among...
  12. Post-War Other Re: HERALD Simple Task turns into another project.

    Thanks George, they do appear identical to my old (original?) ends, the QH (Quentin Hazen?) look as Andy calls it. Could have saved a lot of frustration had I simply added the boots but now have...
  13. Post-War Other Re: HERALD Simple Task turns into another project.

    Hopefully the GSJ158 will fit as that's what I ordered before I read you post. My original order, 668-040 from Moss clearly does not fit, and from everything I've read, it should. Perhaps someone...
  14. Post-War Other Re: HERALD Simple Task turns into another project.

    Thanks for the replies. The Lucas brand seems to be still available regardless of the business ownership. I believe the the GSL158 is the Lucas number. Here's a set on ebay:...
  15. Post-War Other HERALD Simple Task turns into another project.

    I ordered a new set of gaiters for the steering rack a year ago and finally got around to changing them. First, since the Herald has a panel added to both sides of the engine bay, I was unable to get...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Baby Tenax fasteners

    There are some good photos on this thread, about the eighth reply. Other interesting comments too. ...
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    Re: hydraulic fittings "O ring face"

    Yes, on the inside there is a recess that captures the o ring. When I installed the hose fitting, I put the o ring inside first. Thanks for the link, I'm beginning to feel a bit optimistic.
    Tom
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    hydraulic fittings "O ring face"

    I am trying to fit a quick disconnect to the hydraulic line of my new scissor lift so that the hose to to the pump does not lie on the floor when the lift is not in use.


    The system uses face...
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    TR6 Re: Newly purchased poor quality timing gear

    The policy with most suppliers I've dealt with is to issue a refund and then you have to purchase another. Glad you found a good used one though.
    Tom
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    TR4/4A Re: No Marks on Timing Gear

    I've never seen one without marks but that certainly doesn't mean they don't exist. It's usually a scribed line on the face of the cam gear and on a tooth of the crank gear. You won't need the head...
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    TR6 Re: Newly purchased poor quality timing gear

    Have you contacted the seller?
    Tom
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    TR4/4A Re: Speedometer Cable Routing

    Thanks Geo, My set up certainly didn't look very tidy coming through the handbrake boot but apparently this was a common hack with OD conversion, rather than buying the 90 degree adapter.
    Tom
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    TR4/4A Re: Speedometer Cable Routing

    I think it would have to be OD as I don't see how you could get the cable through the hand brake boot on a non OD transmission. On my TR3, which I think is routed similarly to the TR4, the cable goes...
  24. Thread: Bimini Top

    by TomMull
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Bimini Top

    It will keep out some of the sun, which is abundant and strong in Florida, but be of little help with the rain, also abundant and strong.
    Tom
  25. Thread: Jute inslation

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    Re: Jute inslation

    Thanks to both. The carpet insulation seems a good option but I think I'll go with Tom's suggestion simply because it has the word "jute" in the description. And the tank area was not covered with...
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