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    Re: Randy Forbes

    In our family prayers tonight. Praying for an easy and successful surgery. Get well soon Randy!! I'll let Leonard know too so he can be praying.
    Jim
  2. Re: The ongoing saga of the "Trafalgar Bottle Cap"

    nuther one
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/rover-p4-glass-washer-bottle-glass-washer-bottle-rover-p4/183918673903?hash=item2ad2683fef:g:cRcAAOSwBG9cZz3R
  3. Re: The ongoing saga of the "Trafalgar Bottle Cap"

    a project lid but cheap
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/rover-p4-washer-bottle-top-top-only-rover-p4-glass-washer-bottle/183883489624?hash=item2ad04f6158:g:Qv4AAOSwOwJdBQBW
    Complete but more expensive...
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    Re: Healey model and year

    Definitely a 57 or early 58 Longbridge car. They are the only years to have the hood prop on the left side. Not sure what engine is in that thing now. It is a serious project and based on the...
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    Re: 56 Nasty Boy on eBay

    3 temp gauges!! 2 oil pressure gauges. Somebody loves gauges. If they would have put the roll hoop centered over the head rest faring they may have been able to retain use of the spare tire well. ...
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    Re: Horn question follow up

    I agree with Michael. If the horn did not use a relay then the wire for the button would have to be a larger gauge (even if it is on the ground side) and there is limited room for the wires to run...
  7. Re: Removal of windshield posts from my 100-6

    Yes it is accessed from under the dash
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    Re: Aluminum radiator

    Just thinking here : but if copper is that much better then wouldn't todays modern-no-cost-is-an-option super or hyper cars use them instead of the aluminum radiators that they all use. McLaren...
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    Re: Clutch Went Away

    If your theory is correct, then loosening the metal line that leads down to the slave should release the locked pressure and allow the pressure plate to clamp back down on the clutch disc.
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    Re: Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    Glad you like them. Now to find the rest of the Longbridge special items. Always fun tracking down the oddball items.
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    Re: Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    Glad you like them. One more set left if anyone else needs a pair,
    Jim
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    Re: Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    Larry
    USPS says you will get the package on Monday so be looking for it.
    Jim
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    Re: Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    Jeff
    I got it, I'll send the package out on Monday morning.
    Thanks again
    Jim
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    Re: Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    Larry
    The nuts were sent out today.
    Thanks again

    Jeff
    I will send you an email with your ship quote.
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    Re: Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    Jeff,
    Do you need reverse threads down under?:welcoming: I will definitely sell you a set. Give me a postal code and I can get a ship quote for you. It will be 90.00 us dollars plus whatever the...
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    Re: Faded Seatbelts

    I used safetyrestore on a wreck rebuild I did to reset the airbag module and seat belt tensioners. I have not used them for replacing the webbing but have seen peoples cars who did change the...
  17. Re: Drainage Channel Where It Meets The Shroud

    It doesn't go to the end on my unrestored BJ7. Here are some reference pics.
  18. Re: Diameter of Washer Bottle Hole in Parcel Tray

    Chet I sent you an email. I do have one left and its yours if you want it.
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    Re: HD8 Carburetor rebuild help

    That's horrible. Mental note made to not use or recommend them to any one else.
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    Longbridge side screen star shaped nuts

    When restoring my boss's 1957 longbridge BN4 it became aware that he did not have the correct star shaped nuts to secure his side screens and no reproduction was available. I have not seen any used...
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    Re: cool air pull knob nut

    Well I have an old unrestored knob still on my BJ7 that is yet to be restored and it is smooth with no signs of lettering so I would assume they were originally printed on and wore off as this old...
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    Re: Getting Ready for Winter

    The first aluminum (aluminium) bodied cars did not have the vents nor did the first few steel bodied cars. They did not get vents until early 1951, which the car I am doing now is an early '51, one...
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    Re: Getting Ready for Winter

    Jags have the vents on both sides. I have never seen one with just a vent on one side. I am restoring a 120 right now and have researched them a lot so I am sure they never put them just on one...
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    Re: OD disengaging

    I am going with Jack on this one. If the switch for 3rd and 4th is getting worn it will act like that. Try driving it and when it does it hold the lever over to the right side while driving and see...
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    Re: Hello from Lafayette, Louisiana.

    Welcome aboard.
    Jim
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