Good evening I’ve been investigating a worrying engine knockWhile preparing to remove the cylinder head on my 1935 14hp (6 cylinder) I removed the tappet cover and luckily (very luckily!) spotted a cam follower socket at a “jaunty” angle. The top was loose. (See photos). Has anyone had a similar experience?My brief investigations suggest that […]
Hello Tony,Thanks for your insights and recommendation. I will try contacting Robert Deal. I am not looking to make a profit on the car at any point and I understand already that the amount of money and time that I'm going to end up putting into it will far exceed its cash value, and that's […]
Hi ChrisI think a fully usable engine stand ie one that you can run up the engine on - is very hard to find in the UK if not impossible. I did identify one in the US but it was expensive and the shipping even more so and not guaranteed either. So I designed one […]
Good evening - I’m about to remove the engine (for a rebuild) from my 1935 14hp (6 cylinder). I have limited space in my garage and am thinking of investing in an engine stand. Does anyone have a recommendation? I’m in the UKChris
See Here: https://lulis.org/2017/11/22/%d7%99%d7% ... %9b%d7%95/The spacers were made in the machine shop after careful measurement of their required thickens. The trust washer was hardened after the machining.
I have just had my springs reset by Jones Springs in Darlaston -I'll be collecting them next Saturday. The car is a 1947 P2 12hp 6 light....When I took the springs off, there were a number of thick washers and some kind of fibre or leather washer on the shackle pins and the front anchor […]
Hi everybody,I’m new here and I’m writing from Austria, where I live together with my family an some British cars… Rover 14 Sports Saloon, Land Rover Series 2a and Land Rover Defender (1986). Grate to become a part of Rover community and nice greetings from Vienna.George