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  • Declan Burns25 November 2020

    Chris,
    Those "Tufnol" gears are easily replaced by brass gears which can be silver soldered onto the shaft. They will outlive the next owner of you car! I can get you a set but the postage to USA is a bit eratic at the moment due to Covid postal restrictions so I cannot say exactly when you would receive them. I will order a few sets anyway to have them on stock as they are not that expensive.<...

  • Bruce Cunha25 November 2020

    So I am assuming that since you converted to an Alternator, you are not using the original regulator and the car is now negative ground.

    If you go electronic, that is an important detail. (ask me how I know).

  • Bud Krueger25 November 2020

    Steve, see http://www.ttalk.info/car_lists.htm. That car is not on the Merson List. Bud

  • SPW Wincze25 November 2020

    I am trying to find the list of T Types by year, serial number,,and present owner. I know George Merson had one, but there was another,,, I can't find either,, Any Ideas? The car I'm trying to find is TD 2163,, I know of the production number search,,
    I believe it is Gordon Lawsons list,,
    Thanks Steve

  • Bud Krueger25 November 2020

    I recently received a series of pdf files related to Andrex shocks. The info came from an owner in Norway saying, "...My intention is to demystify as much as possible around the Andrex shock absorbers, and if I can, in this way help People to take care of them. So if this drawings can be used for anything. please, you are free to use the as you like." His workmanship reminds of Declan.
    See ht...

  • Bud Krueger25 November 2020

    Hi John, 9.2:1 is just about the compression ratio obtained from removing .100" from the head. NGK plugs with an H have a 0.5" reach. I would expect that you would be using BP6ES plugs (.75" reach). Bud

  • Christopher Couper24 November 2020

    If anyone has parted out a dished speedo I need the gear with shaft for the odometer. The one that I need is for the trip side but it appears that they might be the same for both sides?

    There is a 2 on the gear side of the shaft. A complex part for sure as it has an offset spline that runs the lever that turns the cog on the trip dial.

  • William Revit24 November 2020

    Hi
    On the Facet brochure--
    "Easy to Install-Easy to Service:Two bolt installation plus the small size makes installation easy. For best results, mount the pump close to the fluid or fuel tank and below the liquid level."
    But
    If Malc. has had his working fine at the front it sounds like they'll suck ok anyway
    A friend has one mounted up high in the engine bay on his truck ,probably a...

  • GuyW24 November 2020

    Thanks Chris.
    I chose to put the brake pipe through the tunnel. I wasnt after originality!
    But the fuel pipe is under the car. Its just my assumption that between the rails of the stiffener would give it more protection, was a mistake. I hadnt allowed for the seat fixing bolt! Easy enough to correct though.😊

  • John Winzer24 November 2020

    Hi. Have owned my 1953 TD since March this year and have nearly completed an overhaul of the engine, brought about by a cam follower failing.

    On strip down I discovered that it has a skimmed (oval hole) cylinder head and large valves. The compression ratio is 9.27:1.

    During the engine rebuild I have fitted a Brown and Gammonds cross drilled Fast Road Cam.

    The original ca...

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