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    TR2/3/3A Re: Turn Signals Blinking too fast

    Yes, incorrect bulbs can do this. Note that when just one blinker bulb is burned out, the lights blink faster. This is due to less resistance in that circuit. What could cause a decreased...
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    TR6 Re: 1972 Blowing fuse fed by white wire

    No. The wiper switch may have fried because the current due to the short took the path of least resistance. You need to completely examine the wires behind the dash for damage. BTW: A 30 amp fuse...
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    Re: New Build Stock Wheels?

    With all this talk about BE wheels, there were actually three different designs. The first one was where the rim was riveted to the center. The second one used had the rim welded to the center and...
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    GT6 Re: Rewiring Question

    Make sure before you hook up the battery to pull all the fuses and see if you get a spark with just touching the positive cable. I like to put a 5 amp fuse in line with the battery cable as I check...
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    TR6 Re: TR6 Overdrive Wiring.

    Looking at the schematic for the earlier tr250 , 1970 and 1971, they used two interlock switches....probably for the Type A O/D. I'm going to bet that your harness included wires for both the Type J...
  6. TR6 Re: Looking at clutches and their differences for my 69 TR6

    I have had good success with the Magic clutch from TRF.
    Scott in CA
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    TR6 Re: Rocker panel hole

    I would have a shop cut it out and weld in a new piece, then body filler and sand. You can paint it....bed liner.
    Scott in CA
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    TR2/3/3A Re: paint gun set up

    So I recently finished up my restoration on my TR6, and I painted it myself in the garage.
    Best to have some spare sheet metal and try out the gun settings. I purchased 3 cheap fenders for a Honda....
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    TR6 Re: Heater Control Valve

    I little heat from a propane torch is one of my last resorts before I break something off. Also, don't just try to turn it c'clockwise. Go clockwise first, then c'clockwise. One direction then the...
  10. Re: Missing Bugsy IV / Transporting a BE on a U-Haul Car Carrier

    Jim I delivered 60FROG to Bill in San Diego with a Uhaul trailer. With careful loading, most of the tires were on the outside ramps. Trip was fine with my Highlander doing the hard work. Cheers,...
  11. Re: Coolant 'overflow' when not overheating.... what's up?

    We used Water Wetter in our race cars.....it has more cooling capacity than either straight water or antifreeze. Only problem is at 32 deg. F it becomes a block of ice, so there is no protection...
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    Re: 60 BE Fuel gage issue

    Yes, Barney has more information than you will ever need about fuel gauges and sending units. Make sure you have a matched set of gauge and sending unit (early Sprite). As Doug said, make sure the...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Buffing out paint.

    So I had never painted a car, but wanted to. I took a class at the local JC. I bought a TR6 that had been media blasted and primed. I decided on a two stage BRG. So I got the big compressor,...
  14. Re: New Bugeye Seat Covers from AH Spares don't seem to fit properly

    I bought AH Spares seats years ago and added additional foam to fill out the lower parts of the seats. 54680
    Cheers, scott in CA
  15. Re: Coolant 'overflow' when not overheating.... what's up?

    I'm not sure you have a problem.....If you fill the radiator up to the neck when it is cold, then when it gets hot, the coolant will expand. The expansion then causes the cap to open and it runs...
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    TR6 Re: Need a little wiring help with a 74 Tr6

    Welcome!
    As the post above: www.advancedautowire.com has the wiring diagrams for the TR6....and select you year of 1974.
    Don't know about the brown wire with a bullet, but there is one brown wire...
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    Re: A great drive with Bugsy

    Great accomplishment! All your hard work is paying off with great rides. Just finished my TR6 build a couple of weeks ago. Just took the car back to the PO, to show him what it looks like in one...
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    Re: Warwick Healey Motor Company Archive

    Hi All,
    So having owned a couple of Bugeye Sprites (yes, I know this is the forum for big Healeys), one aspect which has never been answered in the Terry Horler book (the Bible for Sprite history)...
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    Re: Bugsy IV's First Drive occurred tonight

    Word travels like lighening on the BCF!
    Scott in CA
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    Re: Bugsy IV's First Drive occurred tonight

    Congratulations Jim......what a great build....I'm sure you are really going to enjoy it.....I still miss 60FROG!
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    General TR Re: MacGregor parts

    I called for three days straight and finally go a hold of him on the forth time. Keep calling.....yes he does not regularly answer email, phone messages, online orders. Nice guy and his products...
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    Re: Bugeye dash light problems

    Kevin, you really need to get a wiring diagram for your car.
    Gilderman said to check the fuses, but the dash lights are unfused as delivered from the factory.
    The dash lights should be red/white...
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    Re: Original Bugeye steering wheel value

    I would think $200-300, that is with the horn push and spring. No cracks in the plastic, and good shiny paint.
    Scott in CA
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    Re: Bugeye rear leaf springs

    I received a set of "new" HD springs with my basket BE. Thinking new is better, I installed them. Back end way too high.
    Took them out and did what you did, three leaves from the top to the...
  25. Thread: New project NO

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    Re: New project NO

    I thought I would chime about my experience with 60Frog, which I have passed on to Bill Mayor in San Diego. I was lucky enough to find a very good body which had been stripped and painted. When I...
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