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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Boot Seal Pics

    Great post from Don - thanks!
    He helped me a lot as well.....

    Regarding the factory change in the seal type: The old seal needed a channel where it is push into. This required a set (4) angled...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Steering box assembly questions...

    Workshop manual says: Not parallel to the stator tube but with 3° offset towards the stator tube. A line through the drop arm will hit the stator tube somewhere.

    Regards, Johannes
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Overdrive Wire Routing

    I use a different route - even if not original:
    Forward to the firewall, through a grommet there alongside the main cable
    Then down to the front of the gearbox, alongside on the top cover
    I fix...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Cockpit quarter rails?

    From my memory they were made of:
    Front: Aluminium
    Top of doors: steel
    behind elbow: steel
    rear quarter: Aluminium
    rear long one: áluminium

    Regards,Johannes
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Experience with repro cylinderhead

    @ Peter:
    Thank you !

    @ Darrell:
    Why did you go for Aluminium? I would guess, that the cast iron version should be more robust, same thermal expansion and a true copy of the original.
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    TR2/3/3A » Experience with repro cylinderhead

    Hallo there,

    I am rebuilding my TR3As engine and found leckage in the cylinder head between the water side and the cylinder 2 exhaust channel- some crack inside the head. So probably hard or...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Help! What have I bought?

    Lets take a look at details, that can't be changed to easily:

    If the engine came with the car, the VIN of the car should be TS7xxx, lower than the engine number -> built in June/ July 1955
    The...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Tubes in steel wheels?

    The original steel wheels were designed for tires with tubes.
    They do not have the so called "hump", which is a feature on todays wheels on both inner and outer side (coded as "JJ" in the...
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    General TR » Re: If i were to ever own a triumph

    As far as I know:
    The early "1800" used a modified version of the Standard 1.5 litre engine (bored to 1776 ccm, different carb & head). This engine was originally used in the pre-war Jaguar- SS 1,5...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Storage of Weather Gear

    "No sensible part" means: Not easy to be damaged as the Perxsepx of the sidescereens or the Windows of the hood.
    The tonneau is a quick & easy cover for the open car, thats my main usage of it....
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Storage of Weather Gear

    I made two covers for the upper part of the sidescreens from an old (soft)= bed sheet.
    When removing the sidescreens they go on them first, then i remove the Screens from the door.
    I turn both...
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