[Healeys] 1967 Healey BJ8
coudesluijs at chello.nl
Fri Jul 13 03:26:08 MDT 2018
If it ain´t broke don´t fix (or replace) it. Just take it apart, clean
it up and fit together with "Hahnenfett", graphite grease.
Op 13-7-2018 om 02:48 schreef R. Lindsay:
> I’ve seen both. My opinion, take it apart, clean it up and use the old one. Just my opinion.
> Price Lindsay
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>> On Jul 12, 2018, at 2:26 PM, Wayne Schultz <waschu2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My engine rebuild at 40K miles has turned into painting the engine compartment with the doors and front fenders removed for access. With the rebuilt engine I am installing a rebuilt Toyota five speed gearbox and have already rebuilt the rear end with an original 3:54 ring and pinion. The original S/N transmission will live on my shelf with my spare. I am trying really hard to stop taking things apart but today I pulled my heater assembly out to replace the hoses and clean and paint the housing. Question, should I keep my forty year old heater valve or replace it with new replacement. Are there good replacements available or just China junk? With the engine, gearbox and center console out access will never be better then now.
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