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That's about the transition from the end of the idle jet circuit onto the main jet circuit so I'm with Peter - carb would be my first suggestion. Probably some dried-up muck in there (likely if it's been off the road for that long)? Carb rebuild kits aren't expensive and it's a relatively easy job.
- Mon Jan 22, 2018 12:46 pm
- Forum: Se6/6a/6b/GTC
- Topic: Front bumper and glass fibre moulding SE6B
- Replies: 20
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Should be part of the VIN number - two numbers before the build month (two letters in the middle). If it’s 99, then it’s a special order though.
- Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:51 pm
- Forum: Wanted
- Topic: Chrome Lucas dash warning light cluster
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It's just the Bezel - chances are if you get some thinners on the original, the black paint might come off... Other than that. they're most Triumphs of the 70's and possibly the bezels are available on their own: http://www.autoelectricalspares.co.uk/bezels-glass--seals-for-smiths--lucas--jaeger-gau...
Chains/straps around the middle ports on the cast manifolds works (although can put a bit of a twist on it) - but that doesn't help if you have tubular manifolds as they are too big to come out whilst still attached to the engine :D I think I've also removed an engine (without gearbox) with a chain ...