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    Re: Marina wheel studs

    The idea is not possibility but certainty for an end user in France.

    Plan A should be buy the correct parts 3/8” studs from Rimmer Brothers.
    Plan B should be buy Dolomite standard 7/16” studs...
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    Re: Marina wheel studs

    I think you will find that the classic mini wheel studs, whilst having the correct thread have a spline diameter that is smaller than the Marina hub.
    As always if will be interesting to learn if the...
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    Re: Marina wheel studs

    There are multiple suppliers in the UK, but not many of them, post Brexit, will necessarily want to post to the EU with additional customs/import charges.

    Best choice is possibly the larger parts...
  4. Re: Help needed to identify the fuel tank in my roadster

    Custom tank, not a Ford standard.
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    Re: Towing a Roadster with an A Frame

    It will be interesting to see how the Binky/Bad obsession Project Escargot project works out.
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    Re: Has anyone tried fitting bigger drums

    Not that I ever found. They would have to fit inside your wheels, it may not be so easy.
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    Re: Towing a Roadster with an A Frame

    Which makes towing a road legal car with a A frame illegal.
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    Re: Dolomite Sprint Rear Axle

    A very nice addition to a Roadster.
    It’s not a straight swop, unless this one has already had Marina style spring saddles and handbrake/rear hydraulic hardware welded in place.
    I did a detailed...
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    Re: An alternative farewell

    In the past year I have said goodbye to too many in the same way.
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    Re: Splined shaft

    Splined shaft for where! Steering? A picture would help.
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    Re: Marina rear axle.

    Changing the crownwheel and pinions as individual parts is not really a job for the home mechanic, it’s a more specialist job and requires specific tools. Many have tried and the parts end up in a...
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    Re: Marina rear axle.

    What is the problem with your existing diff?
    there are two different ratios for the Marina, a mismatch will be a disappointment.

    I strongly suggest reading the document that I shared. Swapping...
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    Re: Marina rear axle.

    This will help a great deal.

    https://kvisit.com/S1Mb2AQ
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    Re: A series and axle

    Presumably a 1.3 Marina axle and not a 1.8. For the uninitiated they are different ratios but externally look identical.
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    Re: Hi All (Rusted Roadster owner)

    I have a personal archive of all my Marlin Docs than can be accessed by my friends. Follow the link to keepandshare in my forum signature below.
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    Re: MkII seat belt mounts in a MK1 Roadster

    I looked at this many years ago. Without removing the rear tub and welding parts to the chassis, I considered it too much effort.

    To be anywhere near ideal the mounting for the shoulder strap...
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    Re: Removing engine and transmission

    To my knowledge at this time of the day, none of the Triumph clutches match the 1.8, neither in diameter or the number of splines on the gearbox input shaft.
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    Re: Removing engine and transmission

    You dont say, and I can’t remember, 1.8 or 1.3 engine, the clutches are not interchangeable.
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    Re: Overhauling a rear axle - how far to go?

    Correction.
    The design of the halfshaft was changed at some time in 1978 around the introduction of the Ital (?)
    The woodruff key was changed from 3/16” thick to 1/4” thick at the same time as a...
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    Re: Overhauling a rear axle - how far to go?

    It can be done, but the hub is rectangular so a three point puller is an uneven pull and can release unexpectedly.
    Don’t be tempted to use heat as it may effect the temper of the steel of the hub or...
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    Re: Overhauling a rear axle - how far to go?

    You will be lucky to find the service tools listed in those instructions. Don’t be fooled into thinking that a DIY three leg puller will do the job, there is a reason why there are substantial...
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    Re: Ital 1.3 cylinder head

    Converted to leaded? Surly you mean converted to unleaded or E10?
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    Re: leaf spring disassembly

    For those of us still in the EU, beware of additional customs charges.
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    Re: Overhauling a rear axle - how far to go?

    everything you ever wanted to know about Marina axles can be found on Keepandshare.
    access to a 25 ton press makes bearing and hub removal really easy.
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    Re: leaf spring disassembly

    Always listen to what Chris Weedon has to say, perhaps if you drive a Marina Based Roadster even subscribe to the Morris Marina Owners Club for good measure.
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