For those going on the Monte Tour please check your front wheel bearings, for grease as well as play. Checked mine today, not a drop of grease!
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- Sun Mar 16, 2014 11:14 pm
- Forum: Tech Tips
- Topic: Clutch master cylinder bore
- Replies: 6
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Hi Rob, you can use the 0.75 or 3/4" clutch master cyl,what you will have is a heavier feel as you are trying to push more fluid,it will alter the "bite point". The 5/8" cyl works fine,without giving to much of a heavy feel. Do know what clutch you have fitted ?,even very heavy clutch covers will o...
- Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:44 pm
- Forum: Sunbeam Tiger
- Topic: Tiger50 Monte Run - spares list
- Replies: 3
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All, I shall be carrying Spare Fuel Pump, Clutch cylinder and Master, brake master cylinder, brake shoes F& R, fan belt, brake and clutch fluid, petrol can , 2 litre of water, bulbs, wire and crimping tool and coil . Does everyone need to carry a spare wheel and Jack? That's just what I can think of...
- Sat Nov 16, 2013 11:07 pm
- Forum: Sunbeam Tiger
- Topic: STOC at NEC Classic Car Show
- Replies: 13
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Well done to those involved in the setting up and running the stand. A fantastic display.dpuzey wrote:At this evening's (16th Nov) Classic and Sports Car Award Presentation, STOC won best Mmedium Sized Club Stand at the NEC Classic Car Show. Congratulations to all those involved in putting on a stunning stand.
We are not going but do know people that are going on sat ( they are not tiger owners) they could go along to the stand. Other than that anyone from the kent surrey area would be ok. I can give my friend some money to leave on the Tiger stand for you. Let me know what you want for it Thanks Jay No ...
I have one , are you going to the NEC or know someone who is?JAYANDSHEL wrote:In your collection of bumpers would you have a single overrider black rubber insert for a front one :lol:I lost one this summer
Just been on to my insurance company (Hagerty) regarding what sort of tyres should be on the car ie T H or V rated? Well it does not matter, as long as the car is roadworthy, ie has enough tread on the tyre there is no need for special tyres. I have just fitted some T rated 13" tyres which are fine.