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  1. TR2/3/3A Re: Karl's ham handed adventures for your amusement in these trying times.

    Brass is notorious for nothing to stick to it. That's why they make paint guns out of brass. So I'm with Randall and braze it back together.
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    All of the structural stuff is done. Pins welded in and boxed in. Also added a 3/16" plate on the top. My top plate was not cracked but the parts car I bought one of the pins fell out when I...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    You shouldn't work when your tired. After thinking about it some more I was looking at the easy way out. Would not have had a good way to weld in the pins. Hard enough as it is without another...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    Drilled out the pins today. Boxed in the support bracket for the diff hanger. Hope to finish Sunday. Got a question hoping someone can help. Don't think I need to completely box in the pin...
  5. TR6 Re: 74 TR6 Interior - Padded dash and heat/sound material

    If you use an adhesive to glue down the dash pad I would use a high heat type like they use in headliners. A Black dash pad can get fairly hot in direct sun light. However I would only spray it on...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    Did some more work this past weekend. Welded in the 1/8" supports. Turned out well. Also the trailing arm cross-members are in permanently now along with a new lower "T" shirt. Going to replace...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    I see what malbaby did to box on his and I can agree on that upgrade. Any Ideas how to tie to the frame? I've seen pics of a bar welded from the top of the differential bridge to the shock...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    I also plan on removing the bottom T shirt and welding in a 1/8"x2 1/2"x30" plate on the inside of the frame rails to help straighten some more in that area. I plan on getting the frame dipped and...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    Got the driver side tacked in. Also wanted to stiffen up the new trailing arm rails so came up with 2 extra diveders inside. They are shaped with a tab sticking up and I cut a slot into the cap so...
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    TR6 Re: TR250 TR6 Rear Springs

    A lot of the new springs out there ruin the ride height and handling of these cars. Some look silly too.

    I'm rebuilding a 1969 TR6 and plain on using the original springs. Would love to do...
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    TR6 Re: 69 TR6 for sale

    post a link
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    TR6 Re: TR250 TR6 Rear Springs

    glemon, I got Richard Goods springs for my TR250 and can't be happier. I use mine like yours for around town, fun drives and the occasional auto cross. Never thought they were too stiff for the...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    Ordered these from TRF. The originals as you can see in the pics had boxes welded in them. Looks to be for added support. Concerned on sturdiness. Any supports you think needed welded in? Maybe...
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    TR6 Re: Starting my frame restoration

    Yes I have been thinking about how to do that. Any Ideas? I saw someone put a tube between the inner and outer frame rails. I was thinking of removing the upper T shirt and welding in a 16ga+...
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    TR6 Starting my frame restoration

    Didn't want to have to do this but couldn't find a descent frame so sent this to a body shop where they went through the frame and straightened the front end and along with a new support tube it all...
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    TR6 Re: Armstrong Shock Colors

    Done that is what I did
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    TR6 Armstrong Shock Colors

    Cleaning up my shocks for my 69 TR6. What color should the body be and the lever arm? Mine were so corroded I couldn't tell. Trying to keep it as close to original.
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Starting from scratch what color

    Got pics?
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    TR6 Re: 5 speed conversion

    Put a A type in my 60TR3A and totally trans formed the drivability of the car. If you do any highway or over 45 mph driving you'll appreciate an overdrive of any kind. My preference for the A Type...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Starting from scratch what color

    Best way to find out the original color is o order a build certificate from British Heritage. I did that on my second round on my 1960 TR3A. Bought it from the original family in 1976 in primer and...
  21. Thread: miata seats

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    TR6 Re: miata seats

    A Triumph deserves Triumph seats. Miata seats don't even look correct. yuck!
  22. TR4/4A Re: GROSE-JET or Viton-tip for SU HS6 carbs?

    When I went to Gross jets all my sticking jets went away. I think they have been in there for 20+ years now. According to our local former Triumph dealership service manager who I've befriended...
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    TR6 Re: Need a frame for TR6

    Still looking.
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    Wedge Re: 1980 TR7 FI linkage Problem

    Does anyone have a pic of one in working condition. That could be a big help.
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    Wedge Re: 1980 TR7 FI linkage Problem

    https://webmaila.juno.com/webmail/new/21?folder=Inbox&msgNum=00009rW0:001ThDwX00002V4N&count=1572190984&randid=1505488381&attachId=4&prevId=-2&action=photoviewer&userinfo=96227575f4b0d5c725ff01bbabab8...
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