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Sounds like the speedo head. A couple of drops of very thin machine oil will help it. Not too much though!! Alternatively the speedo can be serviced/refurbished at a company like Speedycables in Swansea.
If you mean that there is a gap between the radiator and the front vertical panel, the UK cars are flush at that point. My Oz 1971 PI had this flush arrangement and a mechanical fan only, and did not have trouble even when in Darwin. That included the PI system!!
I have electric fan and an oil cooler fitted in front of the radiator, and changed the radiator cap to a sealed top like an MGB and fitted a Stag overflow bottle with the pressure cap on it. Works a treat.
Thanks for the images Ian, we were delighted with our silver medal, team prize and 6th overall. The conditions were somewhat challenging with ice and snow throughout Wales and Scotland. The 2000 was amazing, going up and down icy slopes, only having to push when on several occasions, Minis got stuck...
It is that time of year again, and I am competing in the T2000 on the 2017 LeJog with Richard Lambley navigating for the second year. We drive to Lands End on Thursday prior to scrutineering. Friday will be plotting the route and we set off on Saturday at 0730. We should arrive in John O'Groats on T...
- Tue Nov 28, 2017 5:04 pm
- Forum: Steering, Suspension, Braking, Wheels & Tyres
- Topic: Toe geometry
- Replies: 5
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I have been using my new Gunson tracking tool on the Mk1 rally car. The front wheels each read 0.25 degrees toe out. I reckon that that should be as near as damn it parallel or just toe in. The rear wheels are adjusted by shims on the rear shackles. The readings are 1.00 degrees toe in on the offsid...