[Healeys] Oil drip protection
Patrick & Caroline Quinn
p_cquinn at tpg.com.au
Wed Sep 7 05:58:20 MDT 2022
A few years back I had two drip-trays made of flat galvanised steel.
Each is 6 ½ ft long and 2ft wide with a lip all round of ¾ inch.
Both work well and while the BN3 has all the normal Austin-Healey leaks from
the engine, gearbox/OD and diff, the Healey Saloon has very few.
Blue Mountains, Australia
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Subject: Re: [Healeys] Oil drip protection
Most auto parts stores sell oils pans for under the car. You will need two.
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Subject: [Healeys] Oil drip protection
We just got a new fancy brick driveway and there will be hell to pay if I
drip oil on it. just wondering what people use to protect the surfaces on
which you park. Preferably, I would like something that I could just slide
under it when I park, and pull it out before I leave. Most things I've seen,
if I leave behind when I pull away, will just blow away. I only have a
couple of drips and I kind of know where they are, so I wouldn't need
something really huge. I'm thinking maybe a cookie sheet, or something like
that. I just wanted to see what are the options people use.
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