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oliviertr7 Olivier Addes
Pezenas, Hérault, France   FRA
1978 Triumph TR7 "Triumph TR7"
does anyone have a photo of the part that comes off A to B
it is used for the reminder of ice wipers at zero point
thank you




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dhuddleson David Huddleson
Manotick, ON, Canada   CAN
It is the cable to drive the wiper gearboxes. The end of the cable has a flat metal tab to engage the "stop" switch.

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oliviertr7 Olivier Addes
Pezenas, Hérault, France   FRA
1978 Triumph TR7 "Triumph TR7"
thank you David, but I think it's more like a piece that looks like the one on this drawing




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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, CO, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
1979 Triumph TR8 "Wedgie"
Here ya go.


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oliviertr7 Olivier Addes
Pezenas, Hérault, France   FRA
1978 Triumph TR7 "Triumph TR7"
a big thank you LaVerne
now I understand how it works, I just have to find or make this piece
so if anyone has that, I take



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TexasAggie Roger Roseman
Broussard, LA, USA   USA
1980 Triumph TR7 Drophead "Purple People Eater"
Mine broke, it's pretty delicate, so I soldiered it back together and it works fine but I would like to find a source for just the cable as my motor works fine. RR

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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, CO, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
1979 Triumph TR8 "Wedgie"
I'd have to go out in the shop and check to see if it's long enough but I suspect an MGB cable would work. In fact an MGB GT wiper motor assembly should work for a replacement of the Wedge wiper motor as I believe it has a 120 degree drive wheel.as well. The parking mechanism is much simpler.

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TR8todd Todd Kishbach
Mass, USA   USA
1977 Triumph TR7 "Rally Fraud"
1978 Triumph TR8
1979 Triumph TR7
1980 Triumph TR8    & more
You use to be able to buy cables. Not sure what came on them for ends. I have always had an abundance of parts cars, so buying new parts isn't something I do very often. I have a stack of complete wiper assemblies if you cant find what you need.

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