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  Supplier of rims & spokes
Posted by: Fatboytweed - 2 hours ago - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (2)

Does anybody on here know of a good source for new 17” rims and spikes?

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  Nippy Windscreen bracket
Posted by: Peter Stanley - 7 hours ago - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (6)

Hi - should there be a rubber strip between the car body and each windscreen support bracket?
I am in the process of test fitting everything before painting my 2 seat AEW - what is good for the nippy would be good for the AEW.
I can't see any evidence in general Nippy or AEW photos that I have but it isn't something I have been looking out for.

Thanks Peter

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  Brakes
Posted by: Tiger - , 11:06 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (2)

Just a quick one here.
A7 Arr
Does the handbrake work on all four wheels ?

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  Pressurized fuel tank
Posted by: Scarlet O'Hara - , 05:40 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (6)

Been making up an air pump to pressurize a fuel tank and was wondering if Ulsters fitted with such a fuel system incorporate a pressure relief valve or does the driver just rely on watching the pressure gauge while pumping, my engineering instincts say I should fit a blow off.

This prompts the second question - what pressure to set it at, something low, 2 or 3 Lbs/Sq inch?

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  Ebay games
Posted by: Zetomagneto - , 10:00 AM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (8)

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Can they be serious!  Hope this doesn’t end in tears

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  A warning from Greece
Posted by: Viteran - 20-02-2019, 10:17 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (12)

        Hi,
I picked this up from The classic car forum, I am not capable of putting in the internet connection so I have taken a couple of screenshots. I could wish it was fake news but I suspect it is true.
Ian

The screenshots could be back to front, as I said I am not too good with technology.

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  Auction including nippy crankcase
Posted by: Lance Sheldrick - 20-02-2019, 07:09 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (14)

Have just seen an ad on Car and Classic for a so called Ruby chassis for auction by Dee Atkinson &Harrison at Drifield in Yorkshire on 2/3/19, estimated at £300. It looks to have a nippy crankcase and deep sump with it (possible bottom half of engine). It may be useful to someone?

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  Kill switch
Posted by: Erich - 20-02-2019, 05:36 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (8)

I'm not sure if this is the terminology used in the UK. It is a battery cut off switch. My governing body for a hill climb I wish to do, has said I must have an externally mounted kill switch. This despite the fact that they have allowed other cars in the past(Bentleys, Amilcar, Isotta, Itala) to compete without one. Does the VSCC require externally mounted kill switches and if so, how are they mounted? I am reluctant to cut holes in the body. I have a kill switch already, a paddle shaped key on the near side seat support.

Erich in Seattle

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  Early Seven in India
Posted by: Jeff Taylor - 20-02-2019, 05:31 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (13)

This photo of a newly restored Morris Minor was taken yesterday and has recently been uploaded to a Morris Forum. In the background is what appears to be a very early Seven - the owner believes 1922 / 23. It does feature on the A7CA Chassis Register with a query against it, but only gives its registration number of RNL 9450. Both myself and another Morris Forum member have asked for more details and I've suggested to the owner that he updates the chassis register via the online notification form for which I've provided him a link. 

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  Industrial Austin 8 engine anyone ?
Posted by: Jeff Taylor - 20-02-2019, 05:06 PM - Forum: Forum chat... - Replies (1)

Just posted on a Morris Forum is this Facebook Marketplace ad for what the seller describes as a Morris 8 powered Beresford Stork Fire Pump - it's definitely not a Morris 8 engine.
I've found a similar Beresford Stork Pump auctioned by Brightwells described as being powered by an Industrial Austin 8 engine - both engines would appear identical.

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No connection to me, I'm just passing on the information should anyone be interested.

Jeff.

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