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YOW500

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  • Birthday 11/19/1946

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  1. Hi Roger. I have seen similar items before, and yes, they may? hold. I'm sure, just like you, it is always better to go down the correct route if you can. In the passed I have modified the odd engineering component only to find it has issues with the original overall design that I had not considered. Russell
  2. Thank you, pleased it worked. As a matter of interest I have found the four sided star lock type spring washers almost impossible to find. I have managed to get a very small number from a well known supplier as a sample, but they will not last for ever. The company were able to sell me very large numbers indeed, numbers, and cost, that I would never be able to justify. If any one can find a supplier willing to sell me a hundred or so I would be happy to have them. Please note that the common star lock type spring washer is six sided, and primarily used as a retainer on a circular shaft.
  3. What a shame we are no longer a "United Kingdom"!!!!
  4. Hi everyone. I have a black leather rim steering wheel, which as far as I can tell is exactly the same as the standard TR2 to 3a steering wheel. Did Triumph ever offer a leather rim steering wheel as an extra at the time of manufacture. Russell
  5. Hi Roger. I have completed many aluminium, and bronze projects in the past. For the patterns I have used a variety of materials, plastic, wood, steel, aluminium, and latterly 3D printed plastic patterns. I have never cast aluminium myself at home. I have always had concerns with regard to temperature, type of material, porosity, de gassing, etc. I have seen first hand your other projects, and I wish you well with this one, Im sure you will succeed. Russell
  6. I think he's taking the "Mickey". Chris !!!!!!!!!
  7. Hi Chris, and others. TR Action mag here today 10th July. Did I get the last one? !!! LOL Russell
  8. Ha Ha, probably, possibly, I'll ask him next week!!!!!
  9. TR Action still not with me in Gloucestershire. Is it something I said !!! LOL Russell
  10. Not with me in Gloucestershire yet. Russell
  11. "Like it or not", and at the moment, for our TR Action members, it seems to be "not", the move to on line magazines will not be prevented. Ask the younger more eco-conscious generation. Lower costs, convenient, interactive, better for the planet, AND, we all get TR Action at the same time, at the touch of a button. Russell.
  12. Hi Rob. PM sent. Russell
  13. Marco. A very nice piece of engineering indeed, all credit to you. Look forward to its test drive. How on Earth do you manage to keep your workshop so clean all the time LOL. Russell
  14. Marco. A very nice piece of engineering indeed, all credit to you. Look forward to its test drive. How on Earth do you manage to keep your workshop so clean all the time LOL. Russell
  15. Hi Marco. Firstly. I have to say that you and Nick have completed two very detailed projects, all credit to you both. Secondly, Marco, does 'an experiment' mean that I have to cut the top of my expensive Vitesse gearbox? LOL Russell
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