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    TR5/TR250 Re: TR250 question (Not asking for a friend)

    Not to beat up on the most obvious question HAVE YOU TURNED IN THE LOSS TO YOUR INS CARRIER?
    It is a covered loss.....
    Mad dog
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    Morgan drive line

    Have a low mileage +4 drive train( 1961) has 41 k, ran when wrecked in 1969
    785 234 2005
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    For Sale 5 speed kits for supra conversion

    I have (for a while longer) a supply of custom made by the factory (in Asia) of the Toyota Supra/Triumph Tr
    speedometer cables .These will cost you a pittance now, but when they are gone, good...
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    For Sale Re: Lots of TR3 spares

    I would like to find tr3a front bumper braces to frame (the pair) if you have some email me mctriumph@cox.net
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    For Sale 5 speed kits for supra conversion

    I have purchased the old Eagle Gate tooling and have kits in stock for all the Tr 2 thru Tr6's
    call for details 785 234 2005
    mark
    A+Collision
  6. For Sale 5 speed conversion kits (formerly by eaglegate)

    I have recently purchased from B.Close his lock, stock and patterns to make
    the supra to triumph conversion kits. These will soon be available again as I have
    just received my first batch of heat...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: PC-7 for steering wheel repair

    Having restored many Tr/Healey/ ect steering wheels.I have settled on an SEM product called "problem plastic"
    otc at an autobody supply outlet.Does need a special gun, but can be forced out and...
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    Wedge Re: "TR7 End of an Era" Hemmings article

    My Tr7 has been in the family since 88. The boys drove it to HS and latter college.
    we all learned lessons, like never drive with a ruptured hose even on a cold day!!
    many years later it got...
  9. TR4/4A Re: A simple solution for separating axle and hub.

    Silly me I just press the thing out with a little heat added at the right moment, but
    it comes off like a rifle shot when it breaks loose.
    MD
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    TR4/4A Re: Oil oil everywhere

    Your car can handle only some blow-by from the rings due to the primitive crankcase
    ventilation it has. Likely at speed it is forced out the rear main scroll and even the dipstick tube.
    Old Tr's...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: TR2 Wing Beading

    There are two ways to skin this cat, I like to trim up the stainless to fit as OE then paint it off the car.
    It must be etched,primed first. The soft vinyl can be had from a VW outlet(after mkt) and...
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