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Robert Sackley

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  1. Apologies for the late response. The clutch and brake master cylinders are easy to remove and replace. The awkward lower bolts can be accessed using a 1/2'' drive 1/2'' AF socket, a 3'' length of 1/2'' x 1/2'' steel bar, and an open ended 1/2'' AF spanner. Beg the piece of steel bar from your local friendly ironworker and keep it in your 'come in handy one day toolkit'.
  2. Irrespective of which type of jack you choose, the most essential item to carry is a piece of board or metal plate at least 10'' square. Anyone who has had to change a wheel on soft ground will know why!
  3. Irrespective of which type of jack you choose, the one essential item to carry is a piece of board or metal plate at least 10'' square. Anyone who has had to change a wheel on soft ground will know why!
  4. The easiest way to fit headlamp relays is to use the Moss kit 117-515. This contains two relays, fuses, colour coded wiring and full instructions. Locate the relays on top of the fibreboard radiator air duct and connect into the nearby lighting loom connections. No need to cut the loom. Take the power supply from terminal A1 on the control box. I fitted these relays to my TR4A 12 years ago and noticed a marked improvement to the headlamp brightness. The life of the lighting switch and dipswitch contacts will also have been extended by reducing the switching current by 90%. As the TV Meerkat might say: 'Simples!' If you do this mod. please take the time to use soldered bullet and Lucar connectors; crimps have no place on TR!
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