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Drewmotty

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About Drewmotty

  • Birthday 03/06/1955

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  • Location
    North Devon UK
  • Cars Owned:
    Post 60,000 TR3a, 1963 Surrey Top TR4, 1967 TR4a (long gone :-()

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  1. The bushes tend not to wear so any leakage is generally sorted by replacing the shaft. Remove a shaft and try an unworn section for size in the bushes.
  2. Would these do the job? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/12V-LED-SMD-License-Number-Plate-Light-Screw-Bolt-Bulbs-For-Car-Motorcycle-Set/333729657851?hash=item4db3d673fb:g:AiYAAOSwVJ9fXymt
  3. The toggles are easily extended on one side with a few spots of weld.
  4. I use the cone filters. The mounting to the carb is offset to the bottom so there is minimal clearance inside for any bell mouth.
  5. Drewmotty

    Door Cards

    Use oil tempered hardboard rather than the standard diy stuff.
  6. I use them for reversing lights too but have retained the orange lenses. I have clear lenses but didn’t fit them as I’ve found that the orange tinted reversing lights are plenty good enough for reversing.
  7. I use a single flasher unit as you describe but feed it from a permanent live. This means that the indicators will work with the ignition off but as I always use a hidden battery isolator when parked it is of little consequence.
  8. The Corbeau Classic seats are probably the issue being quite long in the base relative to a very snug sitting space. I’m only 5’ 8” and mine only clear the rear shelf by an inch in the TR3a.
  9. I’ve given up with locking wheel nuts. I think that any miscreant looking to steal wheels will have the kit to remove locking nuts without the key. These days the whole car is a more likely target than just the wheels.
  10. Happy birthday Ben. We’re all looking forward to welcoming you both to North Devon. Have you got a date fixed yet?
  11. Be aware that the bumper iron is attached to the chassis with slotted holes and the front valance could be damaged if it slips.
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