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Grahamgl

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Grahamgl last won the day on November 30 2018

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    Gloucester
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    My TR4 and TR4a, 60's motorbikes, Model engineering, DIY, cookery and model making, a belief in free speech

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  1. Hi, Not a 7 owner but I would check that the earth connection on the battery is clean and tight. Graham
  2. Gentlemen, Was the H frame on an early (1962), which I believe was Black, in a Gloss,Semi gloss, Matt or Crackle finish? Thanks Graham
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    Wiper motor

    Mike, All as above but before you can withdraw the rack you will either need to pull it out whilst still attached to the motor or remove the cover off the motor to disconnect the rack from it. Graham
  4. Tom, Thanks for the reply. I have looked at Holden, VWP, Polevolt and several others, all to no avail. The light units are new old items that came with the car but the wire seem to have aged and I would like to replace them with new wiring. Graham
  5. Gentlemen, I am trying to source a supply of the small contacts that are slotted into a paxolin(?) circular disc inside the light unit bulb holders to which the wiring is soldered to. Can someone tell me who supply some please? Thanks. Graham
  6. The Isofix system has to be fitted to the body of the vehicle, not its seat. I can’t see how it would work in a TR. Graham
  7. Gentlemen, Bob’s suggested website is just what I need. Thanks Graham
  8. Whilst browsing the traders’ stalls at Stratford, one of them was selling an angle drive that was cubed shape. Can’t remember which trader though. Graham
  9. I have just bought a 50amp ammeter, it came without the male spade fittings. Does anyone know where the male spades can be obtained, particularly the wide ones? Thanks Graham
  10. +1 for Malvern, plenty of undercover accommodation for traders, concourse etc., acres of camping space. Graham
  11. The item did not come in a box, just a Jiffy bag. The supplier was ABD.
  12. Pete, Unfortunately there were no instructions and when I phoned customer support at the bulb company that supplied it they did not which wire went where. Graham
  13. Gentlemen, I have fitted led flasher bulbs to my 4A and now have to install the flasher unit. The unit I was sent is numbered 10R 02 7394. The four pins each have two numbers. Pin 1 is numbered 1 and also has a + sign, the pin numbered 2 also has C by it, the pin numbered 4 has — sign by it, the pin numbered 5 has an R by it. There is no PIN number 3. I have “researched” on the internet and I think the wiring to the pins is: Pin 1 —. feed from ignition Pin 2.— wire from the indicator switch Pin 4 — to earth Pin 5 — to the indicator warning light I would be extremely grateful if one of the electrics experts on here could confirm the above and, if I am wrong, let me have the correct wiring positions. Thanks Graham
  14. Roger, Is that the good make/type of chain? What about the Chainman? Graham
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