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I bought a job lot of spares recently that included some of the small dia flywheels and clutches to suit the earlier 1000s. My car us a 1098 so they're no use to me. Does anyone know if they're the same as mini 1000's? My friends got one and I wondered if they'd be any good to him.
As I don't have the right bits for a pcv type would it be an advantage to make sure my bean tin and hose are clear and also fit a rocker cover with a breather connected to the bean tin hose with a t-piece so that both the bean tin and rocker cover vent back into the air intake?
My old 1968 minor had a breather pipe from the rocker cover to the air filter. The 1966 saloon I have now doesn't have a pipe from the rocker cover, just a bean tin shaped object on the side of the engine with a pipe coming off it to the air filter. Should it have a breather from the rocker cover to...
I wasn't planning to change my headlining as frankly the idea of doing it terrifies me! But it really is pretty tatty and if I'm ever going to do it it'd be easier while all my windows are still out. Can anyone recommend which headlining to buy? ESM & Bull Motif both come in around £70-80 and Newton...
Just wondering if anyone has used fiberglass much and what are their experiences with it? I have ordered some from frost and going to paint over it with Por 15 rust protection. Want to use it for the underbody where the steel is a bit week and pealing rust. I also want to use it inside in the footw...
- Tue Mar 31, 2015 10:20 am
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: Identifying & checking dynamo & starter
- Replies: 7
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I recently bought a job lot of Morris bits, among them is a couple of dynamos, starter motors and a few wiper motors. The chap said they were from an earlier Minor & mines a 1966 1098 saloon. I know some had clap hand wipers, but did the starter motors & dynamos change & how can I tell if these will...