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Total Posts: 287 Latest Post: 2018-06-15
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New Toys

Hazen Wardle   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday June 15, 2018 6:19 PM



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Parcel Shelf Brackets

Hazen Wardle   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday June 8, 2018 8:55 PM



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2018-06-09 07:21:50 # 50607
Comment by Wayne Tate
Looks as good or better then new.Great mines think alike on the 10 blade fuse box. Mind was water proof (?) so on the outside where the old one was located, but I like your idea also.My son used the ABS sheeting to make the enclosure, but you could not sell them for the right price, to expensive, lots of time involved.Again, you are doing great work and helping the whole gang.Wayne
2018-06-09 11:17:12 # 50609
Comment by Hazen Wardle
Thanks Wayne. I have a 1/4 sheet of ABS I'll be using. Makes sense to put it on the inside, the way this one is setup. I was contemplated figuring out a way to install it in the OEM location but that would look funny t o me. At least this way I can leave the OEM on the outside and appear stock at first glance.
2018-06-09 12:32:45 # 50610
Comment by Wayne Tate
Good idea. The sheet Alan used was 1/8 inch and he scored the bend area then heated it up and bent with a right angle bar.That's what took all the time. He use the original as a pattern, so it had the overlaps to pop rivet together.If you look at my write up on the Journal part with the fuse box, I got a suggestion from Spitman (Doug), to turn it around to clear the clutch master when I take the cover off. I thought it would clear, but close, so followed his advise and will have to change my drawings of the harness. You have to be able to change direction a lot of the time in our working toward perfection. LOLWayne
2018-06-09 13:02:17 # 50611
Comment by Hazen Wardle
Thanks for the tips. I have been researching how to make a bend like this on ABS. The method I use for making hinge covers does not apply here.
2018-06-11 22:16:37 # 50667
Comment by David P
Nice!
2018-06-15 15:38:58 # 50729
Comment by Neville Wardle
Excellent work!
2018-06-15 23:48:24 # 50732
Comment by Hazen Wardle
Thanks Neville!

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Misc Updates.

Hazen Wardle   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday June 7, 2018 6:23 PM



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Radio Support

Hazen Wardle   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday April 19, 2018 12:33 AM



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2018-04-20 02:24:45 # 49782
Comment by Hazen Wardle
I did the face-plate from memory. Guess my memory is not that great. I may make another, or just keep this one. But, it will work for now.Here is a pic of an OEM one I dug up.
2018-04-20 02:25:53 # 49783
Comment by Hazen Wardle
--so much for the pic.

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Oopsie Repair

Hazen Wardle   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Tuesday March 20, 2018 12:04 AM



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2018-03-20 06:11:26 # 49200
Comment by Wayne Tate
Nice solid fix and the end results. Now, were did you get the tires and what size?Wayne
2018-03-21 20:29:33 # 49240
Comment by Hazen Wardle
Thank Wayne!Tyres are Federal 595. Got them on Amazon last fall for just under $50/ea, no shipping.
2018-03-22 06:40:32 # 49248
Comment by Norm W
Nicely done! Metal finishing is a lost art. You may have just found it.
2018-03-25 17:47:02 # 49306
Comment by Lawrence Clayton
Nice job but I would have thought a little hammer and dolly work would have been a lot easier and quicker.
2018-03-25 17:47:28 # 49307
Comment by Lawrence Clayton
Nice job but I would have thought a little hammer and dolly work would have been a lot easier and quicker.
2018-03-25 19:56:13 # 49308
Comment by Hazen Wardle
It would have been, but the inner wheel well is in the way. No access.
2018-03-25 22:41:30 # 49311
Comment by Lawrence Clayton
Well then, I'm going to remember this trick!

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Bumper Work

Hazen Wardle   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday February 24, 2018 10:00 PM



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2018-02-25 08:49:01 # 48713
Comment by Wayne Tate
Looks good from here. Great idea and lucky you.Are we going to leave it flat finish????Won't be long now.Wayne
2018-02-26 11:52:27 # 48746
Comment by Hazen Wardle
I'm actually hoping I can paint it this year, but even if not I can get it licensed.
2018-02-28 05:33:49 # 48781
Comment by Norm W
but don't forget about the one I have with your name on it if you need it.

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