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Drewmotty

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About Drewmotty

  • Birthday 03/06/1955

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    North Devon UK
  • Cars Owned:
    Post 60,000 TR3a, 1963 Surrey Top TR4

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  1. You want the 3M ones. I get them from Bigg Red. They sell them through eBay too. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/312720241526?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=EeNOHQI-R3G&sssrc=4429486&ssuid=GeP3KodIRnW&var=611439144901&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
  2. I fit a grease nipple in the pressure port. Bleed the grease trough the bleed nipple to expel any air and a good grease gun will produce enough pressure push the pistons out under control.
  3. Shame; the user friendliness of the old Moss site encouraged me to use them.
  4. Amsteer ones have full articulation, a grease nipple, the correct UNF Thread and are made in the UK. I think that Revington sells them if ou can’t get them direct.
  5. I used to use the scrap Skydrol for paint stripper.
  6. Pair of TR3 steering arms £10 Post at cost
  7. Tightening and heating with a paint stripper gun works well. The hot air gun gives a nice even heat and ensures that you don't get things too hot.
  8. They look great Richard. Did you graft in a wire wheel hub?
  9. You can’t actually polish chrome as it’s too hard, all you can really do is clean chrome wheels of any surface contamination. Bar Keepers Friend is the stuff. It removes all the dirt and grease and even takes off rust with the aid of a bit of agitation. Available from B&Q. See issue 20 of In the Garage here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gfmi37kp2i2m7hi/AAASxwvmDIEsBE20f9BgebfSa?dl=0
  10. My 40 DCOEs run at 2-4psi as recommended by Weber. Have you had problems running without a regulator?
  11. If you use one of Facets Posi-Flow pumps then you don’t need a regulator. a 1.5 to 4psi version should be fine.
  12. Hi Mel and welcome to the forum. First stage is to pop the gaiter off and see if the retaining cap is still in place.
  13. You may also find that if the head has been skimmed the bottom of the inlet manifold can overhang the head and hang up on the side of the block.
  14. Hi Alan Can I please take the voltmeter and collect at Malvern? Cheers Andrew
  15. Removed from my TR3 for rack conversion. Collect at Malvern or post at cost. £50 I've tried and failed to upload photos to the Classifieds and like others before me have failed miserably. There are posts dating back over five years reporting the same issue and still no improvement in user friendliness.
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