[Healeys] Clutch bleeder?

Bob Spidell bspidell at comcast.net
Thu May 11 22:28:33 MDT 2017

Here's a shot of the business end.  Sorry, not gonna pull my 
transmission cover to get the other end ;) ... it's just a fitting into 
the clutch slave.  This was produced by the late Doug Reid, aka 'Mr. 
Finespanner.'  I think the best part was the simple but rugged bracket 
that was bolted to the bellhousing.

Discussion here: http://www.ahexp.com/phorum/read.php?3,184927


On 5/11/2017 1:11 PM, ggilliam at usol.com wrote:
>  A while back there was information on a bleeder line extension for 
> the clutch slave cylinder...does anyone know the particulars of the 
> construction, such as length and fittings required, a picture perhaps?
>  Also, the side curtains for my Longbridge BN4 have just been laying 
> in the boot for many years..would someone have a picture of the 
> storage bag they should be held in? The front brackets on mine look 
> home made..I'd like to see what they should really look like. Where 
> the brackets  removed for storage so the side curtains could lay flat 
> together?
>  Thanks for the help,
>  Gordy
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