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Jersey Royal

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About Jersey Royal

  • Birthday 11/26/1964

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    On The Rock
  • Cars Owned:
    1957 Tr3A, 1970 Tr6

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  1. Thanks Chaps Great job Ed, wish I was that clever Cheers Guy
  2. Hi All, My dam double choke cable thing has broken, one cable parted company. In taking the thing out I have damaged my switch plinth badly, it was one of those hard plastic ones anyway and never liked fitting it. So looking for replacement, dont want another plastic jobby. Can anyone recommend the Moss offering, the photo on there website isnt great, top of the plinth looks wobbly, reckon its the photo, but have asked them to email me an actual photo, will see if they do. Heres the link https://www.moss-europe.co.uk/switch-plinth-5-hole-vinyl-foam-811932.html Thanks Guy
  3. VUX will never forgive you Andrew you know that don’t you .? Cheers Guy
  4. Also Make sure your pump, whichever it is has an adequate power supply and good earth. Run a new wire battery to pump via a relay and use existing wiring to control the relay. If your pumps not getting sufficient power it will have to work harder and therefore heat the fuel etc etc Cheers Guy
  5. Jersey Royal

    TR6 Roll Bar

    Dont listen to Mike.......He still runs with mudflaps😀😀😀😀😀😀😀🤮
  6. Andy Car looks great!! Cheers Guy
  7. Great Thanks Roger and Stuart. All the Best Guy
  8. Hi Roger Thanks for that. From you detailed description, he hasn’t found the two screws in the footwell. Cheers Guy
  9. Hi All, A mate over here has had issues with his wiper motor in his TR 250 whilst on a recent trip to France. Hes now got a rebuilt one that he wants to fit. However hes having problems and cant work out how to remove the old one from the engine bay. It cant be difficult but he seems to think it is, hes not a spanner man but tries , bless him. Can anyone advise me on this, I havent had a look myself yet. Thanks Guy
  10. Pink, Do you recall Carl doing the four wheel alignment on your Tr. I think that's when it appeared I think you should check the chassis for straightness, drop a few string lines onto the garage floor, easy for you as you have a pit. So tape some cardboard to floor and plumb down the main rails, trailing arms etc. Then go from there As the car is now the wheels are in alignment . Only trying to be helpful mi old fruit.And not back on the forum. Cheers Guy
  11. Pink, I can tell you that your rear wheel,has been sticking out like that since the last time I saw your motor at IWE, so that's three years. About the time you fitted the larger wheels which have made the error appear even bigger. Cheers Guy Ps Ask Stuart....Neil, or half of the people who attended the last proper forum meet at IWE.
  12. So which is it ? Prices falling or getting stronger?? Cheers Guy
  13. Yes very much the same. , although I extended the front outlet connections with flexible down into the footwell, and attached the vent connectors on the end. It's a very effective heater and well priced Good luck Guy
  14. Awful things on a Tr Great on my Defender though... Cheers Guy
  15. Pink So that's 116 at the wheels, thought your old motor (which you still have) gave 125 at the wheels. It's all down to how it drives and feels, if your happy that's all that counts. Cheers Guy
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