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GT6 Suspension Tower On Spitfire Frame

Wayne Tate   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Tuesday November 7, 2017 6:49 PM



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Rear Spring Install, The Tricks.

Wayne Tate   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Monday November 6, 2017 7:02 PM



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Installing Drain Plug In Rearend.

Wayne Tate   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday September 16, 2017 12:58 PM


The drill will need to be cleaned many times with

The drill will need to be cleaned many times with oil cloth.

CIMG0069

CIMG0069

CIMG0070

CIMG0070

CIMG0071

CIMG0071




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2017-09-18 15:00:41 # 44638
Comment by Markus Bewley
Ello Wayne, thats a wee bit too small a holewhenst oil is cold,ish it seems t,tek ages for it to emptybest off drill,n an taping for the same size as fill plugGB ones are same thread, and have a magnet in tooA magnet on fill and drain holes is bestas fill hole magnet will catch moer sheite than the sump magnetbut, any drain hole, nee matter hoo small is better than non at allwell doneMarkus
2017-09-19 00:48:51 # 44646
Comment by Wayne Tate
Thanks Markus, Ah, a wee hole and not being in a hurry will do just fine. Will get a magnet for the top fill hole.Wayne

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Dash Almost Finished.

Wayne Tate   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday March 19, 2017 1:03 PM


CIMG4883

CIMG4883

Note the 140 MPH Speed odmeter

Note the 140 MPH Speed odmeter

More work in the back to get gauges and switches t

More work in the back to get gauges and switches to fit.

CIMG4883

CIMG4883




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2017-03-19 21:06:25 # 41089
Comment by James Porter
Looks great new fiend. I though it was your dash before I read the name. thanks again for the seat frame and bonnet. Look forward to coming up there in the Spit when I get it done
2017-03-25 16:14:20 # 41202
Comment by Wayne Tate
Thanks James and you keep at it and will see you sometime this year Yeah right.Wayne

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Making A New Dash

Wayne Tate   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday March 9, 2017 6:57 PM


After cutting holes still needs countsinks cut

After cutting holes, still needs countsinks cut

First coat of clear long time coming

First coat of clear, long time coming.

CIMG4875

CIMG4875

CIMG4877

CIMG4877




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2017-03-11 20:16:47 # 40899
Comment by Eric O
Wayne, very nice! What type of veneer is that? The grain works really well with the shape of the dash. Eric
2017-06-14 18:58:46 # 42840
Comment by Willy Grueber
Wayne is mine in the mail yet that looks awesome!

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More Gears Part 3

Wayne Tate   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Tuesday December 6, 2016 9:00 AM


The front layed out if you take the shaft to the

The front layed out, if you take the shaft to the right and start putting on gears, the top of the gear being goes toward the rear of the shaft.

Laygear with small thrust washer at rear

Laygear with small thrust washer at rear.

Where the needle bearings are placed

Where the needle bearings are placed.




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