Hi I am after the dimensions (ID, OD & thickness) for the spacer that is located between the engine stabilizer bracket and the shock absorber. I assume it has a painted black finish. Thanks for your help Graeme
Right, that's the encouragement over - learning for yourself by experience is great but it's better to have first researched and got guidance. The Japanese aren't the only ones with sayings, you may have heard the expression "you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink". Being a person of few words I'll just put - ignition switch, p...
Whilst I have limited knowledge of Frogeyes, so cant answer the original question, there are some errors in Mr Horler’s book, so I would suggest checking with more than one source, rather than taking everything as gospel.
To finish :), I always try to answer you Nigel, as "soon" as I know the answer : I got 12.5V without key in, and 12.3V when I turn the key till I have the ignition light on ;) I am kind of surprised that after playing with it (key on, off, start, stop, few miles, stop, turn key,...), I almost didn't loose anything ! If you do this with the Alfa, you can charge back the battery all night :)
Talking about electrical issues (and courses :) ), what exactly mean what I circled in blue and red ? - Does the red means the 4 of them are connected together ? - Does it mean that you are suppose to be able (they are old, what was possible in the 70's might not be anymore :P) to pull on the connectors and disassemble them ? and re-assemble again without tool ?
"Gemaba" means "Go and see" in Japanese. It is one of the Toyota Lean Manufacturing principle. In a word, it say that you should go on the production line and check what is really happening, instead of making theories and assumptions in front of your desk.
You will never tell enough to "young/new owners" : go and see, go and check, go and try to understand...!
Gary She thinks it was a Belair --apparently it had some sort of badge on the guard and bel air in two words--?? bench seat and manual column change gearbox Doesn't miss a trick my mum better memory than me,that's for sure cheers
I have a three owner MK II Midget which has been in storage since the late 1970's; its black with red interior/white piping; wire-wheels spinners (which are rough)
Its located in zipcode 10570; always garaged...its needs help but the fundamentals are there; starts; leaks oil from main seals; Bought new at Tappan Motors in Tarrytown NY. Never been repainted; 1098; looking for at least $3,500. ...
1952 MG TD 15881 For sale, full restored by previous owner who owned for 50 years. Ivory with red interior and tan hood. Engine was rebuilt by Dave Raymond in Connecticut. New radial tires, Wilwood disc brakes, Weber carb and pierce manifold. Always garaged, never driven in rain, or snow. Comes with a workshop manual, restoration receipts, The Sacred Octagon magazines, all of the original parts a...
•Red color with tan interior, top and toneau covers
•Low miles since Frame off restoration
•1500 XPEG engine
•Internal engine and drive train modifications to improve highway performance and for unleaded fuel use (Hardened valve seats w/stainless steel valves)
•MGA ring and pinion (reduced rpm at higher speeds)
•Increased capacity radiato...