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    Re: Ford Versus Ferrari Question

    I have done some more googling and reading. Looks like a quick way of moving the caliper out of the way was devised.
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    Re: Ford Versus Ferrari Question

    Roger and Randy,
    Roger, Did you see the movie? Suspension components were replaced. Randy, that is what I would have thought also, but I think I remember that the caliper complete with new pads was...
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    Ford Versus Ferrari Question

    For those who saw the movie "Ford versus Ferrari." On the Phil Remington quick change rotor/caliper assembly, how do they avoid having to bleed the brakes?
    Just curious.

    Lin
  4. Fairly new YouTube series on AH100 restoration

    Check It out and subscribe if you like it.

    https://youtu.be/j21u7DFTos0

    Lin
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    Re: Randy Forbes update

    Mike didn’t tell the whole story about Sebring yesterday. Always good to be on the podium! Congrats, Mike

    Lin

    “Second in Vintage went to Rob Albino in his Hudson Historics 1999 No. 99 BMW Z3...
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    Re: 66 Austin Healey fuel pump replaced

    Thanks Dave,
    I appreciate the thoughtful response! Of course, my BT7 has the pump located where your pumps are found. However, I have my backup pump on the boot bulkhead. After seeing your setup I...
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    Re: 66 Austin Healey fuel pump replaced

    Dave,
    I am just curious and my question is not in any way a criticism because you have done beautiful work, but since you have completely reworked your fuel system plumbing from the tank, why did...
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    Re: AH EFI build... again

    Hey Steve,
    Nice looking work. Will love to hear her running.
    Lin
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    Re: Bonnet Striker Pin Assembly

    Blue skies,
    I am sure grease will work, but rather than paint I used some of my wife’s nail polish. I used “That’s Berry Daring,” but I almost used “Blue My Mind.” It is just a matter of personal...
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    Re: Bonnet Striker Pin Assembly

    Just a word of thanks to those who responded to my appeal for tips to install the striker pin assembly for the bonnet. I appreciate all responses but especially wanted to thank Roland Wilhelmy for...
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    Bonnet Striker Pin Assembly

    I mounted my bonnet after a total disassembly and then restoration of my car a little more than ten years ago. I recall that getting things aligned properly was a bit fiddly. I am now installing a...
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    Re: Motor mount replacements

    Ray,
    No I have not experienced a problem - at least of which I am aware.
    Lin
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    Re: Motor mount replacements

    I am not in any hurry to do it, but I suppose I really should change out the motor mounts. I do have some delamination of the metal and rubber surfaces on my original motor mounts. The problem is...
  14. Re: Loose Metal Knocking/Banging Sound during Rough Idle

    I apologize for jumping in on this. I probably should have started a new thread.
    Congrats Ray on locating your noise!

    Are motor mounts now available that are quality products and the correct size...
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    Re: What's the Recommended REAR END oil gl Grade?

    I love Hylomar, and tried it for that application. Did not work for me.
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    Re: What's the Recommended REAR END oil gl Grade?

    Hey Roger,
    This is not what you asked, but I will volunteer it anyway. After all, that seems to happen a lot here!😎
    you started by mentioning that every now and then you get a differential oil drip...
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    Re: Intake manifold drain pipes

    Well, I have driven the car several times this week. I cannot replicate the high-REVs or combustion “pop.” So, I guess I will just continue to monitor the situation. I don’t like leaving it like...
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    Re: Smitty

    I did not personally know him, but I certainly benefitted from his imagination and his dedication to Healeys! RIP Smith.
    Lin
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    Re: Intake manifold drain pipes

    I am not able to work on the car this weekend. I will the first of the week. As I have thought more about my issues and after factoring in comments here, I am going to focus initially on throttle...
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    Re: Intake manifold drain pipes

    Thanks for the thoughts and suggestions! I will do some more exploration the first of the week. Will let you know how I come out.
    Lin
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    Re: Master cylinder packing pieces (shims)

    I put the new clutch and brake master cylinders in last week. My previous set-up had shims on the brake master and no shims on the clutch master. The brake pedal sat higher than the clutch pedal....
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    Re: Intake manifold drain pipes

    Yes, I think the carbs are better than they have been in the 48 years I have owned the car!
    Lin
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    Intake manifold drain pipes

    Hello all,
    I have probably screwed up (again) and need some knowledge and some advice regarding the need for the fuel drain pipes on the stock AH3000 intake manifold.

    So here is my story....

    I...
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    Austin-Healey Conclave 2020

    Hi Folks,
    Shameless plug for the 2020 Conclave sponsored by the Tampa Bay Austin-Healey Club!

    http://tbahc.com to register. Come to Florida!

    Lin


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    Re: Master cylinder packing pieces (shims)

    Vette,
    Following your thinking, which problem were they then trying to solve? I am guessing (and that is all that it is) that the shims on the brake pedal were used to adjust the height of the brake...
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