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Mike Graham

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About Mike Graham

  • Birthday 10/06/1949

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    Kemptville, ON, Canada

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  1. Mike Graham

    Sad News

    Thanks John. I tend to stick to the TR3 part of the forum. Cheers, Mike
  2. Mike Graham

    Sad News

    Don’t see a posting about this sad news. Charles Runyan of TRF passed away this past weekend. A great loss to all Triumph enthusiasts. https://www.indianagazette.com/news/...0f2029c1e.html
  3. Mike Graham

    Fitting a hood stick cover

    I got tired of mine flapping even with all the stock bits used. I bought a piece of foam insulation meant for 3/4 inch water pipes. It is about 4 ft long and about 2 inch in diameter and quite pliable. I stuff it in with the flap and it holds everything snug. Doesn’t hurt anything and can’t be seen. Cheers, Mike
  4. Mike Graham

    Rare Standard and Triumph Booklet?

    Many thanks for sharing. Cheers, Mike
  5. Mike Graham

    Rare Standard and Triumph Booklet?

    Thanks very much for sharing! Cheers, Mike
  6. Mike Graham

    Rare Standard and Triumph Booklet?

    Yes, I am sure a number of us would be interested in a scanned copy of both booklets mentioned in this thread. Cheers, Mike
  7. Mike Graham

    1955 Review of TR2

    Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Mike
  8. Mike Graham

    Lockheed master cylinder

    Hi Keith ... glad it worked out for you. Enjoy your drive! Cheers, Mike
  9. Mike Graham

    Lucky Find!

    Gosh, and I thought I had stuff I'd forgotten about ... nice find! Cheers, Mike
  10. Mike Graham

    Lockheed master cylinder

    Had similar issues bleeding the clutch. Tried everything suggested here with no luck. What I found to work was to create a dummy top plate with a air valve in it. I applied a little pressure with a hand bicycle pump. Once there was some pressure, opened breed screw and out came the fluid. Once you do that problems are gone. I must have spend 2 weeks fiddling with this before I decided to take a new approach. Good luck and let me know if you need more details. Cheers, Mike https://photos.app.goo.gl/MB93Qt44Y9N5DupZ7
  11. I’d just be happy you seem to have found the fault. Cheers, Mike
  12. Mike Graham

    Very early lockheed axle.

    My backing plates (early 56 TR3) had provision for springs but none came with car. I added some after much debate. Here is a link (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EJWNt4m6SDWmXVVs8) to a picture of my backing plate showing part number and spring attachment point. Also page from parts catalogue showing how parts changed over time. Yellow mark shows wear I was worried about in case springs were causing issue after installation. Cheers, Mike
  13. Mike Graham

    Dinky Toy re-issue

    Nice ... wonder if they will make their way to Canadian market? Cheers, Mike
  14. Mike Graham

    Early TR2 front water pipe.

    Thanks for the links. Bob, interesting that your controller failed too. Perhaps an issue they are not acknowledging. Cheers, Mike
  15. Mike Graham

    Early TR2 front water pipe.

    Rod, does someone sell a pipe with the thermo switch attached, or do you mean you can add one yourself? Bought a Revotec fan kit via Rimmers and the thermo switch quit working after about 500 miles. Revotec is not willing to replace switch so looking at other alternatives. Meanwhile, on-off switch under dash works fine. Cheers, Mike
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