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Entries by Richard
A company which reconditions these shock absorbers is; Stevson Motors Ltd (Specialist classic car hydraulic component manufacturers and recoditioners of lever arm and telescopic shock absorbers) Unit 1, 2a Harrow Road Selly Oak, Birmingham B29 7DN Tel: 0121 472 1702 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Suppliers The engine mounts for the 318 poly fitted to the 407-410 appear to be a rare and expensive parts kit. This seems odd given the likely demand in the US. The Brackets fitted were the Mopar “Floating Power” engine mounts for B body cars. We were only able to find one US vendor selling new parts […]
British Tools & Fasteners 7696 NY-31, Lyons, NY 14489, USA +1 (315) 946-9400 (Ship internationally) Tracy Tools Ltd. (Tap & die specialists, engineers tool supplies) Unit 1, Parkfield Units Barton Hill Way Torquay TQ2 8JG Tel: 01803 328603
PowerTrack Ltd (Suppliers of Lockheed, Girling and Dunlop brake parts for classic car market) 01344 886522 email@example.com Contract Auto Engineering Ltd. (Remanufacture of brake & clutch cylinders, calipers, servos & suppliers of component parts) 01299 828117 firstname.lastname@example.org Past Parts (specialise in the supply and remanufacture of braking and clutch parts for a range of older vehicles) Unit […]
Suppliers of hubcaps (Warning: Chrome quality might be poor) Arden Continental Car Accessory Co Ltd 427 Warwick Road Greet Birmingham West Midlands B11 2JU 0121 706 5471 email@example.com AM Classical Car Accessories 07946818256 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tools 13/16 socket wrench to remove caliper bolts and heavy hammer to get it started (not sure why this is Imperial, not metric, but 13/16 worked the best) 7/16 open wrench to remove brake line (or vice grips if either the nut or line is shot and must be replaced) Wire cutter to cut split […]
Here is how to identify if the brake lines are blocked and what to do. Supplies: New hardware store oil can (metal tank with pump squirting lever and 1/4″ solid tube) See amazon.co.uk/dp/B000LFTT5Q for an example New hardware store 6mm clear plastic hose (3 metres) and several hose clamps to fit New brake fluid Kunifer […]
Note: Even if you don’t live in New Zealand here is some useful advice! Having checked everything people have suggested to improve my cooling with no change, I pulled the rebuilt radiator and the water pump and took them to Trevor French Radiators in Auckland (www.trevorfrenchradiators.co.nz ). He saw nothing wrong with the water pump, […]
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