[Healeys] Healeys Digest, Vol 12, Issue 146

Stephen Hutchings s.hutchings at rogers.com
Sat May 11 17:09:19 MDT 2019

I had to lengthen the straps I got for a BJ8…I riveted a piece in the middle- it ends up under the armacord anyway.
Stephen, BJ8

> On May 11, 2019, at 5:31 PM, Deejay2650 <deejay2650 at gmail.com> wrote:
> G'day Mike, I would trust the length of the Kilmartin straps to be correct.They are very meticulous about such things...I suspect that Pancho may have made a mistake in his dimensions. In this case, the Moss option may have proven cheaper!
> Cheers,
> Darryl
> '67 BJ8.. Wagga Wagga
> Australia
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>    1. Aluminum Fuel Tank (Michael MacLean)
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> Date: Sat, 11 May 2019 05:15:26 +0000 (UTC)
> Subject: [Healeys] Aluminum Fuel Tank
> I am trying to fit the fuel tank into my BN2.  The tank was made by an Ebay seller called Angelheartpancho.  He is actually local to the San Diego area, so I had him make me a 100-4 gas tank in aluminum for a fraction of the one Moss sells..  I recently obtained two tank retaining straps from Kilmartin in Australia.  I don't know if the straps are too short or the tank is too big. I have tried bending them to shape, but one side just won't go into the hole at the rear.  Too short!  Can someone give me the measurements of their 100-4 gas tank?  I'd like to compare.  Also, I was given an original gas cap in pretty good shape.  I would love to use it except for the fact the gasket inside is in pretty bad shape.  I can already smell the gas fumes in the future.  None of the usual suspects have replacement gasket seals.  Has anyone made one before?  What material did you use?
> Mike MacLean
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