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|The S.U carburettor on your
car is a simple device which, with very little maintenance, will give
you long service, if you keep your hands off it.
However, after 20 plus years, these carbs will show subtle signs of wear, as well as gasket and seal deterioration. If your carb is showing signs of wear, it may be time for a rebuild. We provide a complete rebuilding and rebushing service for all S.U carbs. We can also repair carbs with broken bolts, worn threads, and carbs which have had botched bushing repairs.
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TR4A/250/6 ACCELERATOR SHAFT REBUILD KIT
Special Delrin Bushings and locking collar are a perfect cost effective solution for completely rebuilding that sloppy accelerator shaft assembly. The kit comes complete with customized Delrin Bushings for the driver and passenger side bulkhead, aluminum locking collar and Delrin washer and cotter pin. Also included is a special tapered 1/8 grinding wheel to round out the bulkhead holes for a perfect fit for the bushings. Do it once - do it right. Also available are some very special Delrin Bushings that will permit rebuilding/rebushing of the steering column assembly "in car"
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HEATER VALVE REPLACEMENT & GREASE CAP TOOL
Grease Cap Tool screws onto the threaded stud,
on the front axle grease cap, of British cars such as the MGB, equipped
with wire wheels. It provides a convenient hand hold, when installing or
removing these necessary but hard to reach suspension components.
Heater Valve Replacement Flange is constructed
with aircraft quality billet aluminium and allows owners of cars with
the BMC type B motor to remove the old heater valve and replace it with
commonly available pipe fittings.
kit comes with one billet aluminum heater flange, and two socket head
screws. The heater valve is
need to provide a pipe fitting with a 1/4" NPT (tapered pipe)
thread, and a fresh gasket (Moss Motors part number 697-360,
Victoria British part number 10-037).
It will eliminate the need to source the elbow fitting from an "Austin" Marina (British Leyland sold the Morris Marina in the US, badged as an Austin), or to hack up an old valve (or new one of dubious quality).
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