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    Re: Clutch fork lever

    I beat on mine for two days before I finally gave up. My mechanic said he just cuts the head flush and then drills it out. He said most of them are seized tight and if you cannot get a pin to knock...
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    Re: Worst jobs on a Healey

    Iíll second the clutch fork pin and raise you a stator tube removal and replace if you forgot to pull the string through!
  3. Re: Anderson/Moment Restoration Guide for sale

    Roger told me a few weeks back to just get the guidelines - more pictures and more accurate and updated. So I second the concours guidelines plug by Reid.
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    Re: Healey 100 Overdrive stopped working

    Start with the solenoid itself - do you have a tester? If so, set it up for Ohms and set one clip on the wire from the solenoid and another to ground. It should read 5ohms or so. Then manually engage...
  5. Thread: Healey Blue

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    Re: Healey Blue

    Thanks for sharing!Very similar color on my bn4 ;) 57532
  6. Diameter of Washer Bottle Hole in Parcel Tray

    Can anyone confirm the diameter of the early BN4 washer bottle hole vs the later 6 cylinders? I read that the early ones were slightly larger but have no reference or means to confirm. Thanks!
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    Re: Is your Healey what you think it is?

    I would also supplement using the BMHT with production data, cars on registry prior and after and see if they align- The BMHT sent me the wrong engine number on a cert (which I didn't notice until I...
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    Re: Numbered Spark Plug Boots?

    In the concours book, the early 100-6 and first series Abington BN4 used the same sleeve as the 100 except the numbers went to 6 (obviously)-they were about an inch long and the numbers were molded...
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    Re: Numbered Spark Plug Boots?

    Thanks all - I will reach out to Roger. Thanks!
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    Numbered Spark Plug Boots?

    Anyone know where you can find 1" spark plug boots with a molded in #1 through #6? Thanks!
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    Re: 100-6 Nasty Boy

    Bummer on the stock wheel and the windscreen push is missing but wow, intimidating and probably scary fast!
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    Re: Mystery badge bar

    I contacted Beaulah and the crest is from the Harrow School in England
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    Mystery badge bar

    Can anyone ID this badge bar? Itís old, heavy and Iím not sure itís Peugeot as the lion is different. It has one word on the support bar: Beaulah
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    Re: Help ID this 100-6 flash

    That is interesting- first I have ever seen it the same as the body color. I wonder if that was done by a restorer or if they played with the idea as an option?
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    Trippe Speedlight Brackets

    Does anyone know where to get these kind of brackets? As you can see, I only have one in the circle and need to find the other. Thanks!56181
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    Help ID this 100-6 flash

    Today while collecting a BN4 transmission with OD and some old Trippe lights, the guy through in a box of gauges and in them was this 100-6 button, which may be from a non-adjustable wheel horn push?...
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    Re: Restoring Horn Push Button

    So for the benefit of those interested, I took the horn push and removed the black paint and silver paint with a small plastic item to not scratch the back of the horn push. Once removed, the acrylic...
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    Re: stator tube nut

    Best way is to turn your wheel to the left and get under the bumper by the front left tire - very easily accessed at that point. My nut was cracked and had to replace it and the olive. To do that you...
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    Re: 100/6 Hood parts

    Yep - he is spot on. I have a feb 58 car and same deal- finished like a Longbridge. Except the side curtains which are flat bars but still need the star nuts.
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    Re: Stuck Needle Valve - Rough Running

    My mechanic (who I believe is as old as my Healey) suggests using 90wt gear oil in lieu of the dashpot oil - may want to give that a go and see if it helps as well??
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    Re: 100/6 Hood parts

    You should have a Longbridge style hood. The sliding bracket and spring nut are available but you will need to find the correct top, purchase and mount the retaining bracket and rubber. Derek's site...
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    Re: 100/6 Hood parts

    I have an early Abington car as well. You will want to check Derek's site at www.healeysix.net. You will need the Longbridge style top. The holes receive a two piece arched rod to support a tonneau...
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    Re: Tire pressure again

    I recall the recommended pressure being 26lbs. I read that with higher pressures the shocks do not function properly. The workshop manual calls for 20lbs front, 23lbs rear and 26lbs full load in...
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    Re: Correct side screen nut for early 58 BN4

    I need two- count me in- thanks! Just PM me with details
  25. BMC Supplemental Tool Kit Bags - Reproductions made anywhere?

    Hi All -
    Does anyone know of a source for the BMC Supplemental Tool kit bag? Is anyone making accurate reproductions?
    Thanks!
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