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Lebro

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About Lebro

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    Joined 1971
  • Birthday 04/23/1950

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    Leatherhead, Surrey UK
  • Cars Owned:
    1956 TR3, 1998 Jeep Cherokee.

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  1. TVS (transient voltage supressors) are very good at protecting electronics, available in a range of voltages, & power capabilities. Used them a lot when designing electronic devices for marine use, which had to pass some pretty tough EMC tests Bob
  2. Sorry, no. Made other arrangement after the original was cancelled Bob
  3. I recently bought a pair of outer TRE's from Revintons, They sell both greasable type, & non greasable. I chose the non greasable because 1) I have the Revingtons upgraded steering arms fitted, which put the outer TRE extremely close to the brake disc, & in the past I have got grease on the disk, which is not good ! 2) Revintons state that these sealed TRE's should outlast the rest of the car anyway ! Bob
  4. If it's the gauge I setup with this sender before, then it should be OK. I can't recommend trying to adjust the gauge, a lot can go very wrong very quickly ! See how it performs & let us know. Bob
  5. Checked out, found broken wire inside (strange) re-soldered, & now working, cleaned up the resistance track, & wipers, then lubricated. Resistance range 0.5 ohms to 84 ohms. Should be fine as long as the gauge is still calibrated to this sender. will return today with a new gasket. Bob
  6. Sender received Richard, will check it out today Bob
  7. As Rob states above, there were 3 different types fitted, the Moss kit only caters for the later 2 types. Bob
  8. I am not sure if the oil cooler adaptor would help. I suspect you will need to source a later oil filter housing, either Tecalemit, or Purolator, then the standard Moss item will fit. See my article on how to stop them leaking ! Final draft Article on Improving spin-on oil filter adaptors 240618.pdf Bob
  9. That's what I did on my '3 in order to clear the front filter. Only an anorak expert would know. Bob
  10. Dont collect £200,& go straight to jail
  11. It should have one rounded end, & be long enough such that it cannot come out of it's hole once the gear lever is in place. sounds like you were given the wrong item . Bob
  12. I like to have a number of alternative oil filter removal tools, as different cars require different methods. Bob
  13. Make your own. Buy a pair of cheap filters from ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/174152580979?_trkparms=amclksrc%3DITM%26aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20180105095853%26meid%3De736ab37fffe4c4a95806f5d325e8d31%26pid%3D100903%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D20%26sd%3D174152580979%26itm%3D174152580979%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2510209%26brand%3DAccuSpark&_trksid=p2510209.c100903.m5276 add some expanded metal, cut to desired width, add some foam filter material, jobs a goodun. Bob
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