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TR3A Steering Inner Cam question

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CFMTR3A Carl M
Tampa, FL, USA   USA
Doing a rebuild on my steering box. Found a couple small blemishes in the cam drive. Picture is the worst of the two. Should I be concerned?

Thanks
Carl

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TR3driver Randall Y
Confusion, Los Angeles, USA   USA
The one in the photo doesn't look like a problem to me.



Randall
56 TR3 TS13571L daily driver
71 Stag LE1473L awaiting engine rebuild
7? Stag awaiting gearbox rebuild

nigel c Nigel Cluley
midlands, Worcestershire, UK   GBR
1959 Peerless GT "FMP"
1959 Peerless GT
I'd be more concerned where the offending object went! smooth it slightly at the edges and press it back into service........

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davek46 David Kulak
Bristol, Connecticut, USA   USA
1958 Triumph TR3A "Blue TR"
The bearing races don't look too good.

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Jacad Gold Member Barry Shefner
Montreal, QC, Canada   CAN
1959 Triumph TR3A "Loose Wheels"
1976 Triumph TR6 "The Tweetster"
Carl,

As you have the steering box apart, would you mind measuring the OD of the bearing race (The part that fits into the steering box casting) as well as the diameter of the bearing? Thanks



Barry
59 TR3A 0TS57675LO - "Loose Wheels"
76 TR6 CF54266U - "The Tweetster"
Website: Triumph TR2-TR3-TR4 www.trtriumph.com/ (sorry for not keeping it current for the past couple of years)

jsliger50 Jim Sliger
Turner, Oregon, USA   USA
I have rebuilt 2 TR3's and also suggest the Revington improved spring loaded steering box top cover. www.revingtontr.com/...steering/steering/tr2-3b-worm-and-peg-steering-box-system

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