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    I'm new! ......at 63 years old

    Hi,
    I'm new.
    Thanks for letting me join!
    I have had a few British cars, currently a Lotus Europa.
    I am trying to find out any information on removing the big slotted plug at the end/side of an Girling AR caliper. This is for a different car, not the Europa.
    These calipers were used on early TR3s, I believe. I think the TR3s had steel versions, the one I need to work on is aluminium and it is leaking at the big plug.
    Thanks.

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    Re: I'm new! ......at 63 years old

    Hi Manykl and welcome to the British Car Forum. Try posting your question over in the "Triumph" section of the forum and I'm sure you will get lots of good help from knowledgable people.
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    Re: I'm new! ......at 63 years old

    Welcome to the BCF! I've always loved the Europa. In fact, I almost bought one a few years back. The guy who was selling it claimed to have been a drummer for the pop-group "1910 Fruit Gum Company." Don't know if he was serious or just pulling my leg. At any rate, the car drove great, but in the end I decided not to buy to.
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