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About graeme

  • Birthday 09/10/1953

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  • Location
    Nanaimo, Beautiful British Columbia
  • Cars Owned:
    1967 TR4A (sold)
    1963 TR4 (sold)
    1966 TR4A
    1968 TR250
    1969 TR6 (Sold)

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  1. graeme

    Diff whine

    I bought a replacement SKF front wheel bearing for my Mazda CX9, it was made in China so suspecting a fake, did some research. I found that SKF have a factory in China, so not all Chinese products are fake! Graeme
  2. Not sure if this is true for all poly bushes, but if fitting Superpro bushes, dispense with the sealing rings, they are not needed. Cheers Graeme
  3. Hi John, Here a couple of photos of my TR6 during restoration. Not ideal, but I think you will get the idea. Cheers Graeme
  4. Hi John, I would recommend the Securon belt model # 500/30. I have always mounted the reel on the wheel arch just above the rear deck. Cheers Graeme
  5. Hi Sean, I would use Carnauba Wax. I don't think the manufacturer is important but that is the wax to use. Cheers Graeme
  6. Glass bead blasting is best for aluminium parts. Cheers Graeme
  7. I used Landrover mounts on my TR4A, been on 7 years now and still good. Landrover Part # ANR1808 Cheers Graeme
  8. Yes, I had a 1964 CKD TR4 built in Belgium for the German market and fitted with a steering lock from new. Graeme
  9. There is a SS version available from Moss. Part # 611895 https://www.moss-europe.co.uk/bracket-hood-to-frame-stainless-steel-611895.html Cheers Graeme
  10. graeme

    Thank you

    Looking good Andrew, congratulations. Cheers Graeme
  11. That's interesting Stan, I can get to the main website using Home. I use Win10 & Chrome. Edit: Just noticed there are two Home locations, one for the Forum and one on the top banner for the main website. Cheers Graeme
  12. When the fan comes on does it control the temperature or does the temp continue to rise? If it controls it then that is normal. Graeme
  13. Hi Chris, This a flange from a solid spacer diff. (TR250) This is from a collapsible spacer 1976 TR6. The collapsible one looks slightly longer in the seal area but I am sorry I don't have any measurements. Cheers Graeme
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