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Wedge List / Re: Quick Jack
« Last post by Bill Derksen on January 08, 2018, 05:27:24 PM »
Interesting. If it works half as well as the website hype, it should be

pretty good. Looks like it lifts on the sill panel flange (that is

reinforced on most cars, but not ours!), so might have to get a little

creative so that it lifts on suitable locations. The 62" length will

easily fit between the tires. If I didn't already have access to a full

sized lift, I would consider this.



Bill
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Wedge List / Quick Jack
« Last post by rvvoorthuizen@casema.nl on January 08, 2018, 02:07:37 PM »
Hi,



I was looking for a simple to use hydraulic lift and saw the QuickJack

3500SLX.

https://www.quickjack.com/car-lift-systems/bl-3500slx-portable-car-lift.html



It seems a little long to fit between the wheels but maybe it would just

just fit.

Does anyone have experience with this lift and does it fit a 7 or 8?



Regards, Remco

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Wedge List / Re: Bulb Chart 86.00.00 - any one?
« Last post by Randy Tess on January 08, 2018, 08:28:30 AM »
Thanks. Another nice cross reference.



I should learn how to troll the archive, but what is the recent assessment

of switching to LED's?



Randy
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Wedge List / Re: Bulb Chart 86.00.00 - any one?
« Last post by Mark Elbers on January 07, 2018, 10:48:29 PM »
Also  http://wedgelist.triumphwedgeowners.org/crossref/  for both bulbs and

LED replacementsb&..





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From: Randy Tess

Sent: Sunday, January 7, 2018 5:46 PM

To: Rex Holford

Cc: tr8@mercury.lcs.mit.edu

Subject: Re:  Bulb Chart 86.00.00 - any one?



Perfect!  Thank you.





Randy
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Wedge List / Re: Bulb Chart 86.00.00 - any one?
« Last post by Randy Tess on January 07, 2018, 08:47:31 PM »
Perfect!  Thank you.





Randy
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Wedge List / Re: Bulb Chart 86.00.00 - any one?
« Last post by Rex Holford on January 07, 2018, 02:48:00 PM »
Hi Randy,

Re bulb charts for the TR8, look at my website www.tr8archive.co.uk and click

on Helpful Hints. I have detailed virtually all the bulb sizes for the TR8 and

their part numbers. Hope this will help.

Best regards

Rex Holford

TR8 Archivist TRDC



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Wedge List / Bulb Chart 86.00.00 - any one?
« Last post by Randy Tess on January 07, 2018, 02:00:43 PM »
I am looking for a bulb chart for the 1980 TR8







The B TR8 Manual references bulb chart 86.00.00 but I do not show that page or

chart anywhere in my TR8 or TR7 manual.







Anyone have a copy of this chart or a list of bulbs and wattages?







Thanks,







Randy



1980 FI TR8

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Wedge List / Craigs list
« Last post by j t on January 03, 2018, 06:21:02 PM »
Listers,





 On Craigs list western MA. A yellow TR7 6446783116





CHEERS

Johnny



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Greenfield, MA   01301   USA    ~    Life is not a race.....you do not want to

finish first.



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Wedge List / Switch schematic, Howard Brissenden TR-7 electrical
« Last post by steve on January 03, 2018, 04:52:59 PM »
The way I read it:



"Headlights ON":

* (3) connected to (7)

* (6) connected to (8)



"Side lights ON":

* (3) connected to (7)

* (6) connected to (4)



"Lights OFF":

* (3) connected to (1)

* (2)(N/C) connected to (4)











On 01/01/2018 06:19 PM, Karl Schmitt wrote:

> Hi all, Mark Elbers recently posted an excellent set of TR-7 electrical

> drawings by Howard Brissenden, which I have since printed and added to my

> accumulation of electrical drawings. I really liked the way Mr., Brissenden

> broke out various sub sections, which makes it easier for this old mechanic

> to follow. However, I do not understand his switch schematic and I should

> like to get a better explanation of it, especially so as with the master light

> switch with its (6) red blocks. Might someone help me with this, or refer me

> to the schematic standard which applies.

>

> Thank you, Karl Schmitt, SLTOA  TWOA,  636-797-4203

> targetguy39@hotmail.com

>

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Wedge List / Switch schematic, Howard Brissenden TR-7 electrical drawings,
« Last post by Karl Schmitt on January 01, 2018, 06:20:45 PM »
Hi all, Mark Elbers recently posted an excellent set of TR-7 electrical

drawings by Howard Brissenden, which I have since printed and added to my

accumulation of electrical drawings. I really liked the way Mr., Brissenden

broke out various sub sections, which makes it easier for this old mechanic

to follow. However, I do not understand his switch schematic and I should

like to get a better explanation of it, especially so as with the master light

switch with its (6) red blocks. Might someone help me with this, or refer me

to the schematic standard which applies.



Thank you, Karl Schmitt, SLTOA  TWOA,  636-797-4203

targetguy39@hotmail.com



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