Good evening, fellow TR6ers, hope you're all well, and that you've recovered from the IWE!
After a good (but sticky!) run to Lincoln & back (from Bournemouth, via Datchet; a 500 + mile round trip) at the weekend, TRoy (my 1970 TR6 pi) has been juddering his clutch especially in reverse. I believe this to be the gearbox mounting, which is looking a bit gooey these days. As you've probably guessed, I have several questions about this...
1) My Gearbox is a non-TR unit, with A-type Overdrive. The serial number has a MB prefix. I think this a 2000/2.5 saloon 'box? If so, what type of mounting do I need to get?
2) What's the best way changing the mounting? Is it done from under the car, or do I have to take the Gearbox tunnel out, or both approaches at the same time! Do I have to remove the prop shaft and/or exhaust?
As ever any tips, advice & information will be much appreciated.
Edited by TR Paul, 04 July 2018 - 09:05 PM.