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  1. TR Register Information

    1. JOIN THE TR REGISTER   (29,172 visits to this link)

      Whether you are a new member, wanting to renew your membership or add a family member you can do it here.

    2. Find your local TR Register group   (32,358 visits to this link)

      Find out where your local TR meet takes place and read their news and updates here

    3. TR Register News   (30,472 visits to this link)

      Click here for the latest news from the TR Register

    4. Events   (33,869 visits to this link)

      Forthcoming national, local and international events

    5. TR Register Insurance   (28,763 visits to this link)

      For more details on TR Register Insurance and to find out how to get a quote click here.

    6. = CORONAVIRUS UPDATES =   (15,103 visits to this link)

      We will update this page as new information arises on event postponement and cancellation. The TR Register remains committed to following the latest UK Government advice on events and public gatherings. 

  2. Parts and Cars

    1. Classifieds   (209,218 visits to this link)

      Place your classifieds for parts and cars wanted or for sale here

    2. For Sale, Swap or Wanted, maximum value £250

      For selling,swopping or requesting  parts, memorabilia etc, up to a maximum value of £250, between members. For selling high - priced items or cars please use the Classifieds section.

  3. TR Register's TR Chat

    1. TRs Out and About

      Are you arranging to meet up? Have you been somewhere amazing in your TR? What were thoughts on the last event you went to? Share conversations about being Out and About in your TR here. 

    2. General TR Technical

      Technical chat for TRs , non - specific to model.

    3. TR2/3/3A/3B Forum

      Tips and advice on TR2/3/3A/3B

    4. TR4/4A Forum

      Tips and advice on TR4/4A

    5. TR5/250 Forum

      Tips and advice on TR5/250

    6. TR6 Forum

      Tips and advice on TR6

    7. TR7/8 Forum

      Tips and advice on TR7/8

    8. Italia, Swallow Doretti, Peerless & Warwick

      News and information on Italia, Swallow Doretti, Peerless & Warwick

    9. TR Motorsport

      News and information on motorsport including the Revington TR Sprint and Hillclimb Championship.

    10. TRs Re-United

      Trying to track the whereabouts of your previous TR? You might find the answers here! If you are trying to find some history of your car then please contact the club's registrars at http://www.tr-register.co.uk/contact and select the relevant registrar. They may be able to help you.

    11. Social Scene

      An area for all Forum users to discuss non-technical subjects.

  4. Help Topics

    1. Forum Help / Rules

      Helpful topics and instructions for using this forum

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      For all enquiries relating to club matters be sure to contact us here.

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    4. Members' websites

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    • DIYBOSSCAT  »  stuart

      Hi Stuart,
      sorry to bother you, just looking at posts fitting a soft top and webbing. How does the webbing fit on the front header bar?  Iv'e seen a video/you tube where the chap rivets it from the top, I reckon it would be better if the webbing went over the header and rivets underneath. Think it would give a bit more support for the top and also more clearance for the handles. Is there a correct way?  I have bought 3.5 metre's of seat belt webbing off Ebay and my wife has sewn the ends over to create a pocket for the pins.
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    • CP26309

      3rd owner of CP26309 it had just 16,000 miles on the clock when I bought it in July 1972. It's never been restored just maintained. But repainted once in 1988 in the original 19 white cellulose, I just managed to stop the painter spraying the windscreen surround black, so that's still in original paint. 
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    • mikesloan  »  boxofbits

      About 4 years ago you mentioned overhauling a Lucas control box when I was struggling with starting problems on my TR4. I'm now back inmtrouble with faulty control boxes (either no charge or no control) and fed up with buying rubbish repro ones. I have two genuine Lucas ones that need attention. Can you help, please?
      · 0 replies
    • Robert Sackley

      To avoid having to remove the spare wheel to check the pressure simply fit a tyre valve extension. This can be brought up through the spokes or other hole in the wheel and the pressure gauge applied as usual. These extensions, commonly used on commercial vehicles fitted with double rear tyres, can be obtained from HGV tyre depots or online by searching 'tyre vale extension'. Just make sure that you get one of sufficient length.
      · 0 replies
    • 70tr6pi

      Greeting Gentlemen,
      Can anyone tell me the order when installing a Bosch fuel pump and filter on a TR6?  Does the fuel from the tank enters the pump first, then into the filter and than into the PRV? Or is it fuel filter first and than the pump, than PRV?
      If it is the pump first, do I need to place small fuel filter ahead of the pump?
      Much thanks to you all.
      · 1 reply
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