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  1. Thank you, I removed a sample section and it does appear to be black e plated.
  2. 20 years ago I replaced the floor pans to my TR and finally getting around to painting the vehicle. Just wondering what type of primmer the panels have and if I should remove it or just scuff up and re-prime?
  3. FYI: "In a published article in Machinist Workshop Magazine, they tested some commercially available penetrating oils on a group of nuts and bolts they had scientifically rusted to a uniform degree in a saltwater solution. The fasteners were treated with a variety of commercially available penetrants, and the measured torque required to loosen them was recorded. The breakout torque required for: Nothing = 516 ft. lbs. WD-40 = 238 ft. lbs. PB Blaster = 214 ft. lbs. Liquid Wrench = 127 ft. lbs. Kano Kroil = 106 ft. lbs. 50/50 blend of ATF and Acetone
  4. Ed does top notch work: http://bullfire.net/TR6/TR6-45/TR6-45.html
  5. Here in the states we use PB Blaster, works great!
  6. Check out the TR 6 Forum, but it looks like there has been a rush on buying the hose...
  7. Maybe you could try something like this with 6AN fittings: https://www.ebay.com/b/Derale-Cooling-Products-Car-and-Truck-Suspension-and-Steering-Parts/33579/bn_23266184
  8. I thought only the metal part of the dash had to be modified. This silver finish can easily be rubbed off with chrome polish.
  9. Do they make a servo rebuild kit compatible with Silicon Brake Fluid?
  10. I have an uninstalled 7/8” bar readily available if you need any more details…
  11. The new wheels The new wheels have a have a recessed band for use with tubeless tires slightly altering the way they look. Think it would be hidden by the wheel trim.
  12. Original screws were 1/4 inch UNF x 1 inch. If you add thicker spacers you may need to adjust accordingly.
  13. Take a look at the Rimmer Br. Catalog: https://rimmerbros.com/Item--i-GRID200790
  14. Unfortunately the “new” lower front valance are no better
  15. I have a 12 v cordless dremel. While convenient, it doesn’t have the umph the corded model has.
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