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TR7Ben

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  1. Hi all, I’ve recently found an oil leak coming from a hole on the bellhousing and I can’t figure out what it is from the Haynes manual or info online. The hole looks like a bolt hole minus the bolt. However, it looks a bit larger than the others and has a raised ring surrounding it. Also, there is another, smaller, hole close by on the left which isn’t leaking. Does anyone know what the situation is here? Should something be screwed in? I’ve attached a couple of photos. It’s a 1981 car, 5 speed, 2 litre. Any knowledge, suggestions gratefully received. Thanks all,
  2. Hi Kevin, No, no instructions with the kit (it's actually the second kit I've bought. The first was from Robsport which also didn't come with instructions and I called them but they didn't know!). This second kit is from Bigg Red so I might have to call them. I've scoured the web and can't find anything online except reproductions of the Haynes Manual which doesn't help. Will persevere. Have a good weekend. Ben.
  3. Hi Kevin, Sorry, yes TR7. I'm fairly new to all of this so apologies for the vague detail. What does "square section" mean? No, no literature with the kit and as mentioned the Haynes illustration sheds no light. I suppose what I've called "indented" could be described as two lips - one on the top and one on the bottom but there don't appear to be any grooves for them to slot into. The caliper model is: Lockheed England 3243 341C DA22893 Thanks, Ben.
  4. Hi all, Does anyone know which order the rubber seals go in when replacing the caliper pistons? When removing the old seals I didn't notice they were different and the illustration in the Haynes manual makes them look identical so I'm scratching my head over whether the indented one goes inside the bore or sits on underneath the retaining ring. Both seem to fit in either position. Any advice would be very much appreciated. Best, Ben.
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