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Re: Having a laugh?

Is that a rhetorical question? ;) --Andy Mace *Mrs Irrelevant: Oh, is it a jet? *Man: Well, no ... It's not so much of a jet, it's more your, er, Triumph
Andrew Mace
Jul 27
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28403

Re: Having a laugh?

Is "lousy quality repro parts" an oxymoron?
blackbelair
Jul 27
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28402

Having a laugh?

Hi all, I don't know how many of you get those annoying emails from Rimmers - I think I'm about to set them all as spam - but they've surpassed themselves
Dan Owen
Jul 25
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28401

Re: Rear oil housing Removed - finally

Thanks for your self-control Bryan! In the end, I'm just glad to be getting on with it instead of being up against a wall (covertly bolted). Yep, I'll be
David Otey
Jul 2
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28400

Rear oil housing Removed - finally

Thanks all for the help and timely advice. I was considering calling a tow truck but the housing is finally out. Almost 20 years ago I'd put it in when the
davidrteran
Jul 2
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28399

Re: [Bulk] [triumph_herald] remove rear oil seal housing on 1147cc b

You can convert scroll seals to an oil seal unit by installing a speedy seal onto the crank shaft and using a later model real oil seal housing. I use an oil
Ian Lovi
Jul 1
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28398

Re: [Bulk] [triumph_herald] remove rear oil seal housing on 1147cc b

Hello David If it is of any help most near all 948/1147/1200 motors had a scroll seal crank and scroll housing block behind the flywheel. PN137374 If I
ausherald
Jul 1
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28397

Re: remove rear oil seal housing on 1147cc block

Ian, I haven't tried that one yet though it seems I've tried everything else! The only serious heat source I have available is a propane torch. Is that what
David Otey
Jul 1
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28396

Re: remove rear oil seal housing on 1147cc block

A little bit of heat works wonders Ian Sent from my iPhone On 2 Jul 2015, at 12:40 am, David Otey davidotey@...
Ian Lovi
Jul 1
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28395

Re: remove rear oil seal housing on 1147cc block

Hi Bryan, Thanks much for your response. I actually have the different kind of oil seal. This one is a paper U-shaped gasket pressed behind a steel housing
David Otey
Jul 1
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28394

remove rear oil seal housing on 1147cc block

I'm still in the midst of replacing the clutch and rear oil seal gasket which leaked since I installed it 60k miles ago. I'm awaiting the last part to arrive.
davidrteran
Jun 30
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28393

Re: Culprit - 64 Herald clutch problems

Ah shucks! The missed easy fix! In the meantime, I inspected the clutch cover, clutch disc and flywheel. Everything looks like it has quite a bit of life left
davidrteran
Jun 25
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28392

Re: Culprit - 64 Herald clutch problems

Ahh.... ISTR the traditional fix for that was just to drop a long bolt down through the hole and fork. Hindsight- don't you love it? ........._______
Chris Byard
Jun 25
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28391

Culprit - 64 Herald clutch problems

Hi all, An update... I finally got the gearbox/bell housing out via the cockpit - not the quick job I hoped for but nothing got damaged either. The culprit
davidrteran
Jun 24
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28390

Re: 1964 Herald clutch problems

Might be something amiss with the cover plate assembly or even the plate itself. I think that pretty much covers everything inside the bell housing :-) In
Chris Byard
Jun 23
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