Bob Coker's Spit 6 Journal

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Bob Coker's Spit 6 Journal
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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Total Posts: 13 Latest Post: 2012-04-20 18:25:11
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Splitting The Diff.

Bob Coker   usa — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday April 20, 2012 6:25 PM


Back half The drain is just visible sticking ou

Back half. The drain is just visible, sticking out the bottom.

The ring and pinion It is a 4 11 from a Mk IV U

The ring and pinion. It is a 4:11 from a Mk IV U.S. car.




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Demo'd Trans

Bob Coker   usa — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday March 16, 2012 7:59 PM


Trans coming out

Trans coming out

On the bench

On the bench




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Rear Spring Refurbish

Bob Coker   usa — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday November 17, 2011 2:36 PM


Metal on metal No extant rubber insulator bushin

Metal on metal. No extant rubber insulator bushings.

Brushed clean and ready for paint

Brushed clean and ready for paint.




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Oil Pressure Gauge

Bob Coker   usa — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday October 14, 2010 6:23 AM


Oil Pressure gauge mounted between Fuel Temp gau

Oil Pressure gauge mounted between Fuel & Temp gauges.




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2011-01-17 08:52:16 # 2510
Comment by Geoff Kearley
Bob,
Would that same gauge and Tee work to replace the oil pressure light on a TR7, 4 cylinder?
Geoff
2011-01-17 09:14:30 # 2512
Comment by Bob Coker
Geoff,
The gauge is mechanical, and would work with any car. The specifics would be what thread pitch is the Original Equipment sender. I bought mine as a complete kit, including gauge, capillary tube and Tee from James Paddock, Ltd in the UK.
See:
http://www.jamespaddock.co.uk/Stock.aspx?SubCategoryID=23&VehicleID=7&category=7
They have listed a TR7 Tee, and an adapter for the Tee (?) along with the tubing. E-mail them to see if they have a complete kit price. They are friendly, helpful and efficient. parts@jamespaddock.co.uk
-Bob

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Camshaft Timing.

Bob Coker   usa — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday June 25, 2010 7:22 AM



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New Carb Heat Sheild

Bob Coker   usa — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday June 6, 2010 3:32 PM


sub assembly of the heat shield and carbs with lin

sub-assembly of the heat shield and carbs with linkage attached.




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2010-06-24 04:20:33 # 2058
Comment by Loren Welch
Bob, That looks very nice. I have a Weber downdraft. Looking at installing a plate between the carb and manifold. I'll have to get longer bolts, but should work out otherwise.
2010-09-30 06:45:01 # 2242
Comment by Bob Coker
Loren,
You're one of the most creative guys on this forum. I know that whatever you come up with will be aces.
Write a "how-to" for the other guys with Webers!
2010-09-30 06:45:18 # 2243
Comment by Bob Coker
Loren,
You're one of the most creative guys on this forum. I know that whatever you come up with will be aces.
Write a "how-to" for the other guys with Webers!

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