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  1. TR Register Information

    1. JOIN THE TR REGISTER   (13,706 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   (16,484 visits to this link)

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

    3. TR Register News   (15,366 visits to this link)

      Click here for the latest news from the TR Register

    4. Events   (15,422 visits to this link)

      Forthcoming national, local and international events

    5. TR Register Insurance   (13,354 visits to this link)

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

  2. Parts and Cars

    1. Classifieds   (156,784 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.

  4. Help Topics

    1. Forum Help / Rules

      Helpful topics and instructions for using this forum

  5. Useful Links

    1. Contact the office   (8,846 visits to this link)

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

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      Share your TR pictures and posts on the TR Register Facebook page.

    3. Twitter   (12,754 visits to this link)

      Follow us for updates and event commentary on Twitter!

    4. Members' websites

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    • Mike 5 fan  »  Tim T

      Hi Tim, just wanted to offer huge thanks for recommending Enginuity, they are the only ones (I tried many!) who had a bearing cap saved me £110 over my only other alternative. Mike.
      · 1 reply
    • Alan Hawley  »  RogerH

      Thanks Roger,but the total loss of pressure happens in seconds good hard pedal to nothing The callipers are refurbished so essentially new.
      · 1 reply
    • Geko  »  Nigel C

      Hola, I still have one leftover in similar condition with studs, new gaskets and new spacers. Must have the bolts somewhere. Not ported. Yours for £70 including postage. PM if interested.

      · 0 replies
    • Redtom  »  John Morrison

      Hello John , thank you for your help I am at     fenlon7@gmail./com
      went to TR boots today to measure 2 chassis Craig has but it seems these chassis were not built to exacting proportions , but would be glad of some help, Best Pete.
      Being without a TR is like being a little bit undressed, am really enjoying doing the work so far.  Did you know that JD who used to work in the parts Dept at Bitz had died a couple of months ago, 58 or 59. very sad John.
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    • astontr6  »  michaeldavis39

      I did a trial test on a Vickers hardness M/C. It appears to me that the shaft was case harden( 50+VPN) and the hardness layer was not very thick maybe under 007" thick. If Moss are selling shafts that are not heat treated i.e.natural, this will be another job for Roger. I have not replaced my original shaft but it is worn. 
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