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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Moss Steering Rack Conversion

    Moss shows the worm (only) in stock, as well as the peg. TRF shows the bush and shims as available. Likely they have the gaskets and seal as well (but I didn't bother looking them up).
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Windshield difficulties

    Not for me. They almost always snap off for me, which leaves a much worse problem. The original bolt is soft enough to drill, but not an easy out!

    Assuming of course that it snapped in the first...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Windshield difficulties

    IMO a hand impact tool is your best bet for the other two; but it may snap them off too. Start out with fairly gentle taps on the tool, and work your way up gradually. You may have to create a...
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    Re: Torque Sticks

    Been around for at least 30 years that I know of. Accuracy is pretty low though, from what I understand. They need to be matched to the impact gun; but impact guns get weaker as they age, etc. And...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: Wiper Motor bracket

    Did you contact Marv Gruber? I'll bet he's got a pile of them. I'm sure I've got several myself, but not where I can get to them easily.
  6. Thread: wider tires

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    TR6 » Re: wider tires

    Unless you raise the air pressure a bit. Up around 30-34 psi (which I'm sure varies from tire to tire and car to car so do your own research) I find that traction and handling improve, while...
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    Re: It's friday - transportation songs

    Not my favorite, but definitely worth an honorable (and belated) mention. Got some neat old video clips & photos too.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmhf-n7O4xA
  8. Thread: wider tires

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    TR6 » Re: wider tires

    I run 205/55 on stock TR6 rims. Speedo calibration is off, ground clearance is less, but no other problems. On a TR6, I'm sure you could find a taller profile, but I actually like the reduced...
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    Re: One morning at Starbuck’s

    They now don't even require that you buy a cup of coffee to use the WiFi.
    https://apnews.com/2305a7e4e6de4b71bdd38631882c7bd4

    If they don't want to be an internet cafe, it would be easy enough...
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    Re: One morning at Starbuck’s

    I'd resemble that remark, except I never set foot in Starbucks.

    My point of view, being an "Internet cafe" is part of their business model. Seems rude to me, to try to annoy their other...
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    Re: It's friday - transportation songs

    I like both of those, although IMO it's the wrong version of "Hot Rod Lincoln". It was 12 cylinders, not 8.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcCj4ogE-m8

    My favorites (if I have to pick two) are...
  12. Thread: Anyone else?

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    Re: Anyone else?

    I'm already there. Don't watch broadcast television at all, except sometimes out of curiosity when it's on in a restaurant or whatever. If a website won't work with ad block turned on, I don't need...
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    Re: Annoying sign

    Always a problem : when you play in someone else's sandbox, you play by their rules or go home.
    This might help explain:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzp7Y4mCr2E
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    Re: Lightning Strike!

    Old fashioned lightning rods actually work quite well. Yeah, you could say they "attract" lightning, but the point is that they shunt the local charge to ground without doing any damage. Far better...
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    Re: Since when...

    https://i.imgur.com/MktVQxQ.png
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    TR5/TR250 » Re: TR250 question (Not asking for a friend)

    Batteries can certainly fail in interesting ways, but he said the horns still work. If the battery can supply enough juice to run the horns, I would expect at least something from the lights.

    A...
  17. TR2/3/3A » Re: Can someone confirm size and thread count on fuel line tube nuts (brass fittings)

    Should be there; let me know if there is a problem. Pages 20 and 60
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2H2NJt34OffMWQ4N2EzZGQtNjc0Ny00YmE2LWFiN2UtZWYzMjNjNGFiYzY4

    PS, AFAIK, the inlet side does...
  18. Re: What useless information is taking up space in your brain?

    Marilyn Monroe was actually born Norma Jean Mortensen, not Baker. Her mother was technically still married to Martin Mortensen, but they were separated and he was not Norma Jean's father.

    After...
  19. TR2/3/3A » Re: Can someone confirm size and thread count on fuel line tube nuts (brass fittings)

    That's actually the solution I used as well, although I made my own extended tip nut (doesn't seem to be in their old printed catalogs). It's worked great for a long time. My only regrets are not...
  20. Re: Putting this in humour even though it seems to be true.

    Kids get put up for adoption all the time. Not at all unusual for adoptive parents to pay some portion of expenses; lots more than the value of an old car.

    Judging by the mug shots (which is...
  21. TR2/3/3A » Re: Can someone confirm size and thread count on fuel line tube nuts (brass fittings)

    Sorry, I thought I had an original 1/4" sleeve to measure, but couldn't find it.

    TL8 is a standard sleeve, the ST hardware catalog gives length as .250" (1/4")

    TRF stocks a LOT of parts that...
  22. TR2/3/3A » Re: Can someone confirm size and thread count on fuel line tube nuts (brass fittings)

    It's been a long time ago, but the sleeve I got from Moss was just a standard compression sleeve, meaning it didn't work right. Didn't try their nut.

    And maybe they have since found a source for...
  23. TR2/3/3A » Re: Can someone confirm size and thread count on fuel line tube nuts (brass fittings)

    I don't have the thread information handy; but you're right about the nuts. The outlet is a special adapter nut, to fit 1/4" od tubing into what would normally be a 5/16" fitting.

    Fairly standard...
  24. Thread: Fuel issues

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    TR6 » Re: Fuel issues

    Possible, but not likely IMO. I would look for something that restricts fuel flow, like a line that is partially blocked or an old fuel filter. IIRC, the TR6 has rubber line under the tank that is...
  25. TR2/3/3A » Re: TR4A 16P Girling Calipers Adapted to TR3. Hose/tubing routing?

    AFAIK, the extra hard line was only on TR5 and later; not TR4A.

    Didn't the Italia use Lockheed brakes? IIRC, a friend of mine said he had to get custom soft lines made to mate the Girling...
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