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Mail From: Frank Fisher <(email redacted)>

some of you may know that i was manufacturing small CNC machined parts for our
triumphs a while back.
Bob Danielson was so kind in showing off my products on
his web site.
tr6.danielsonfamily.org/conversion_to_electric_fuel_pump.htm
tr6.danielsonfamily.org/FrankFisher.htm

i have once again found a
machinist who is capable of producing parts to the
quality i wanted.
first
out of the bag will be the carburetor gage and a new product.
the new
product will be an adapter plate for the front pulley, to be used when
you
are converting the TR2/3/4 to an electric fan. when you remove the pulley
extension and fan, you will need an adapter plate and bolt to hold the pulley
on
to the front of the crank.
the rest of the offerings, fuel pump blank off
plates TR3/TR6/spit, wheel
spacers will follow shortly.
i am also looking for
more new products to make. while i was restricted in the
past to 2D products,
we do have some limited capabilities to make some 3D
products.
i have 2
products in mind, and depending on the interest i may move ahead with
them.
product 1 is a recreation of the TR6 dashboard plinth, without lettering.
product 2 is for the mayflower. the hand break on the mayflower has a white
bakerlite finger grip. im proposing to recreate it in aluminum if there is
enough interest.
prices will be similar to what they used to be, and no i wont
take your stimulus
check in exchange. :-)
feel free to contact me off list
Frank

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Good morning Frank.........Glad to see you're back into production. The only
comment I'd make is that Rick Patton has been making the adapter plate (he
calls it a Fan Eliminator Kit) for a while now.
pattonmachine.com/Fan-Order-Price.htm He was the first to offer
this product for the TR6 about 4 or 5 years ago and has expanded the product
to include the TR3 & TR4.

Bob

Bob Danielson
1975 TR6 CF38503U
Running w/ Throttle Body Injection,
Toyota 5 speed & Nissan LSD
tr6.danielsonfamily.org



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From: "Frank Fisher" <(email redacted)>
Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2010 5:02 PM
To: <(email redacted)>
Subject: [TR] shameless self promotion

> some of you may know that i was manufacturing small CNC machined parts for
> our
> triumphs a while back.
> Bob Danielson was so kind in showing off my products on
> his web site.
> tr6.danielsonfamily.org/conversion_to_electric_fuel_pump.htm
> tr6.danielsonfamily.org/FrankFisher.htm
>
> i have once again found a
> machinist who is capable of producing parts to the
> quality i wanted.
> first
> out of the bag will be the carburetor gage and a new product.
> the new
> product will be an adapter plate for the front pulley, to be used when
> you
> are converting the TR2/3/4 to an electric fan. when you remove the pulley
> extension and fan, you will need an adapter plate and bolt to hold the
> pulley
> on
> to the front of the crank.
> the rest of the offerings, fuel pump blank off
> plates TR3/TR6/spit, wheel
> spacers will follow shortly.
> i am also looking for
> more new products to make. while i was restricted in the
> past to 2D products,
> we do have some limited capabilities to make some 3D
> products.
> i have 2
> products in mind, and depending on the interest i may move ahead with
> them.
> product 1 is a recreation of the TR6 dashboard plinth, without lettering.
> product 2 is for the mayflower. the hand break on the mayflower has a
> white
> bakerlite finger grip. im proposing to recreate it in aluminum if there is
> enough interest.
> prices will be similar to what they used to be, and no i wont
> take your stimulus
> check in exchange. :-)
> feel free to contact me off list
> Frank
>
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Mail From: Frank Fisher <(email redacted)>

Guys
it would appear that i jumped into production with a product that is
already
being made.
Rick Patton already makes the fan eliminator kit. looking
at his web site it
looks plenty sturdy. and i know Rick makes first class
products, and is a first
class guy.
so, i wont be making the fan eliminators.
i have substituted the TR6/spit fuel pump blank off plates with my machinist
instead.
isn't it great we have so many other guys making really good parts
for our cars?
frank


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From: Frank Fisher
<(email redacted)>
To: (email redacted)
Sent: Thu, July 15, 2010
2:02:02 PM
Subject: [TR] shameless self promotion

some of you may know that i
was manufacturing small CNC machined parts for our
triumphs a while back.
Bob
Danielson was so kind in showing off my products on
his web site.
tr6.danielsonfamily.org/conversion_to_electric_fuel_pump.htm
tr6.danielsonfamily.org/FrankFisher.htm

i have once again found a
machinist who is capable of producing parts to the
quality i wanted.
first
out of the bag will be the carburetor gage and a new product.
the new
product
will be an adapter plate for the front pulley, to be used when
you
are
converting the TR2/3/4 to an electric fan. when you remove the pulley
extension and fan, you will need an adapter plate and bolt to hold the pulley
on
to the front of the crank.
the rest of the offerings, fuel pump blank off
plates TR3/TR6/spit, wheel
spacers will follow shortly.
i am also looking for
more new products to make. while i was restricted in the
past to 2D products,
we do have some limited capabilities to make some 3D
products.
i have 2
products in mind, and depending on the interest i may move ahead with
them.
product 1 is a recreation of the TR6 dashboard plinth, without lettering.
product 2 is for the mayflower. the hand break on the mayflower has a white
bakerlite finger grip. im proposing to recreate it in aluminum if there is
enough interest.
prices will be similar to what they used to be, and no i wont
take your stimulus
check in exchange. :-)
feel free to contact me off list
Frank

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Mail From: Frank Fisher <(email redacted)>

finally i have inventory of the fuel pump blank off plates that fit the TR6 TR7
spitfire gt6 etc.
i also have new inventory of the Zenith carb float gage.
Frank

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