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Geko

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    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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    TR4A '66 - NOW SOLD, TR3A '59

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  1. Did you plan for any substantial jobs ? (no pun intended)
  2. I think you ought to explain why chroming the tip of the steering column. Took me some scroll up to understand
  3. As stated: TR4 = round, TR4A = square. But the round has the handy button which the square does not have so even on 4A I would install the round one and change the inaccessible location at the same time
  4. yes years before....
  5. Or re-routing the fuel line (flexible) behind the engine swap the lids of the fuel bowls if you have have SUs and plug the fuel inlet on the rear carb.
  6. No, that's not original. Original TR4/A is the banjo type 16'. Many tall drivers have swapped the original TR4/A for a GT6/Spitfire/Herald banjo type with deeper dish, hence improved comfort.
  7. A bit iconoclastic but my emergency stretchable fan belt was... in the boot.
  8. Just to be clear, the one supplied by the usuals is not made of rubber but spongy foam
  9. 33kg.. double the weight of an aluminium. The max lift height will be less than advertised especially with the the small wheels.
  10. You should be able to move the damper arm by hand without any other leverage.
  11. I suspect you jacked-up the engine without loosening the engine mounts bolts and probably why it popped...
  12. Might be the shot angle but the engine mount looks stretched forward. I would investigate the condition of the gearbox mount.
  13. The stress is most likely due to seized hinges, they would need to come off and given some TLC
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