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Good morning David hope you are well, I will get the door cappings boxed up and weighed and contact a carrier for delivery once sorted I will contact you for your full address, what would be the most convenient method of payment for you.
Yes I was in the RAN full-time from 1972 until 1998 and then on the Reserves until 2020. Most of my full-time career was in the Fleet Air Arm, flying in Grumman Trackers when we had a carrier and then a couple of years on helicopters off frigates. Then a variety of jobs paying off in 1998 as Commanding Officer of the submarine base in Sydney.
If you can figure out the cost to package and post to the following we can sort something out.
15 Henry St
Leichhardt NSW 2040
My TR6 blew a fuse at the weekend. It is the green part of the main loom - indicators, brake lights fuel gauge, etc. The fuse was a 20A rating but the manual says it should be 35A. All four of the fuses in my car are 20A. Presumably this is wrong and I should change them to 35A?
I've looked on the forum and after the 15th page of searching for the correct information I've decided to post a thread to which I'm suresomeone will know.
12 years ago I stupidly hit a lamppost and ended up send the TR to a supplier who changed the chassis etc. Only problem was that despite my telling the repairers (I'm not naming them here as I know they have been used and I'm sure others were happy with the result, I myself reserve to comment) anyway, when it came back it was missing the front spoiler and after arguing that it should have been replaced I decided to cut my loss and take away the TR to sort out any final finishing myself.
So here it is, I finally found a genuine new never fitted spoiler and wanted to fit it back on my TR. I have no holes in the valance and would like to ask if anyone has hole measurements so I can drill and fit the spoiler back. It has quite large gaps when offered up and whilst I can see the approximate position I would like it to be in the exact position.
Any help/advice/measurement would be greatly appreciated
All the Best, Steve