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  1. I have had my back axle serviced and the backplates were welded so that the hand brake can work at last. It is being painted now but when I start to fit it back to the car I should like a couple of photos from other owners who have a fully working brake system. I am sure there were some here on the forum recently but I could not find them. A picture when I am connecting everything would be very helpful to get it right the first time. There is a very good instruction on how to fit the spring plates to retain the cylinder on this forum. Is it any help to use a small dab of silicon grease to ma
  2. I have two glass fuses in a fuse box near to the control box on my 1958 TR3A. My workshop manual and some drawings from AUTO-WIRE show some different answers. I need to fit the correct fuse so that my cables are safe. The two large brown cables are the horn supplies and have a new glass fuse marked 35amp which I bought at a country fair at the weekend. it seems to be fine. The other fuse is marked 20 Amps and has been OK for at least two years . I do not understand why there is no rating specified in the manual . Is 20 amps enough to protect the ignition etc. Thanks R
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