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    TR2/3/3A Re: Revington Roll Bar

    I have bought directly from Revington and some of their stuff that Roadster Factory carried. Direct dealing was very good and quality of products is as well. The only "complaint," and it is a minor...
  2. TR2/3/3A Re: What weight transmission oil in a tr3 with OD?

    Herk has pretty much called it when it comes to making sure that you use something that is aimed at transmissions and not differentials. The fact that it says limited slip tells me that it is...
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    TR6 Re: Engine dies slow left turn.

    And when that happens you will know that you have definitely been, err, uhh, well, you know.
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    TR6 Re: Brake Line to Front Calipers

    There is a small "L" shaped bracket that attaches at the upper caliper mounting bolt for the solid line from the caliper to the flex line attachment. Note that only the fitting for the caliper is...
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    TR6 Re: Early vs newer pdwa for Tr6 1975.

    Glad to help. I would like to clarify something from my earlier post though related to the bolts used for mounting the 16M calipers. The threads are Unified 7/16-20, same as the earlier caliper...
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    TR6 Re: Early vs newer pdwa for Tr6 1975.

    As complete units they will interchange early to late, late to early. There are three styles. The earliest one has a brass body and uses cup type seals on the internal floating piston. You will...
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    TR4/4A Re: Fuel Line Fittings - Stock or Upgrade?

    Don't worry about the questions they are not a problem, see comments inserted into your post above.

    Take a look at things, confirm the threads at the fuel pump and come up with your basic layout...
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    TR4/4A Re: Fuel Line Fittings - Stock or Upgrade?

    This is going to be a bit on the long side and includes some sourcing information.

    I never upgraded this sort of stuff on the TR4A I had but did make a number of modifications to my TR6, among...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Panasport wheels

    Roadster Factory sells Panasports as does Paul Spruell:

    https://trf.zeni.net/TR2-TR3GB/189.php

    https://www.paulspruell.com/parts/wheels/wheels.htm
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    TR6 Re: TR6 Fuel Injection made easy

    Thank you for getting back with me on this. It looks like a nice clean install. Since I only saw two drop links down to the throttle bodies from the pivot rod, am I am correct in thinking that the...
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    TR6 Re: TR6 Fuel Injection made easy

    You should have mail, looking forward to hearing back from you.
  12. Thread: Free TR6?

    by Tybalt
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    TR6 Free TR6?

    No details other than what is posted here:

    https://forum.miata.net/vb/showthread.php?t=690606

    Note that it does contain those three not so magic words, "Ran when parked" and a date of 1983 for...
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    GT6 Re: Triumph GT6, basic work estimates

    I would suggest that you go ahead and join up. There were many members that had various Triumphs in some stage of repair or restoration and they showed up at driving events in some vehicle other...
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    GT6 Re: Triumph GT6, basic work estimates

    This is why I prefaced with "dare I ask the name of the shop?" As for legality in TX, I was speaking specifically to a city of Dallas ordinance that was passed back in the 1970s regarding estimates...
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    GT6 Re: Triumph GT6, basic work estimates

    I can understand reluctance to name the shop. Having grown up out that way and cut my teeth in the parts and service departments of one of the local BL dealers, I have dealt with many of the shops...
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    GT6 Re: Triumph GT6, basic work estimates

    Two things, first, dare I ask the name of the shop? Second, if this was in the city of Dallas itself, unless they have changed the law, what they did was illegal. Dallas had an a ordinance that...
  17. General Tech Re: Tripple Weber Swan Neck Manifolds for Triumph?

    Looks like you might just have a set of manifolds for a GT6. I know that they offset the carbs down a bit on the GT6 for bonnet clearance when you could readily obtain Weber DCOE kits for the GT6. ...
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    TR6 Re: Low Oil Pressure Light

    This is going to sound odd but IIRC there is tie in with the oil pressure light and the PDWA* electrical circuit. I had a similar problem, faint glow of the oil pressure light that would come on and...
  19. TR2/3/3A Re: Where is best spot to check temp with infrared thermometer?

    It's been ages since I had to do any really serious pyrometry work but what you effectively are dealing with is a single color infrared pyrometer. The two major factors in the accuracy of any...
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    TR6 Re: Any difference between 69 & 70 camshafts

    Assuming that we are talking about the stock camshaft, there is no difference between the camshaft used in a 1969 or 1970 TR6. There were three different camshafts used during TR6 production. For...
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    TR6 Re: Source for Elevator Bolts?

    Give that man a cigar! From a fastener size standpoint 10-32 is a nominal 3/16" fine thread. The min and max diameter for the grip area is .186" to .189" for AN3 sized fasteners and threaded to a...
  22. TR6 Re: Looking at clutches and their differences for my 69 TR6

    One thing I learned the hard way is that if you use a Gunst bearing, you probably want the LUK clutch. I fitted one of those "wonder bearings" when word of the Gunst bearing first started getting...
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    TR6 Re: Carburetor issues at low rpms webers

    What you have there is a pair of Weber 32/36 DGV carbs. I'm more used to playing with the DCOx series and not all that familiar with the DGxV series, but they still follow the basic Weber parameters...
  24. Thread: Engine

    by Tybalt
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    Wedge Re: Engine

    The earliest Saab 99 models used a variation of the 1.7L and then 1.85L engine fitted to the Dolomite and TR7. I don't think any were ever fitted with the twin cam version fitted to the Dolomite...
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    TR4/4A Re: Coil-over suspension upgrade

    Operating on the assumption you are talking TR4A with IRS and that by coilover you mean adjustable spring perches fitted to the damper such that spring preload and vehicle ride height can be altered,...
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