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how to fix rear panel? tr3
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  This topic is about my 1960 Triumph TR3
alfonsdara John Shep
Rome, italy, Italy   ITA
how to fix rear panel?
Does the top go over or under the flaps?
the bottom does a lot of resistance, how did you fix it?
and the rear seat?
my english is bad, do you have some photos of the job?

tanks john

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Jeffey Kozy Silver Member Jeffrey Kozy
Happy Valley, Oregon, USA   USA
John
I have an original TR3B I'm not home this week but will send photos Saturday
Jeff

Jeffey Kozy Silver Member Jeffrey Kozy
Happy Valley, Oregon, USA   USA
John what is your email address ?
Jeff

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alfonsdara John Shep
Rome, italy, Italy   ITA
Jeffey Kozy Silver Member Jeffrey Kozy
Happy Valley, Oregon, USA   USA
Alfonsdara
I sent photos directly to your email address. You may need to check your junk mail.
If you have not received them we'll figure out another way to send them
Thanks
Jeff

Jeffey Kozy Silver Member Jeffrey Kozy
Happy Valley, Oregon, USA   USA
John
If the back seat seems too tight, it may have been sized too large and the sub board may need trimming.
I've found that after market pieces often need adjusting
Jeff

Trusty Paul Monette
Bad Homburg, Hessen, Germany   DEU
John, Nice work on the upholstery. I keep the tonneau on my 3A because the back seat and wheel covers are ugly. Your work is an inspiration.

Paul

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