[TR] Making a Break For It

wbeech at flash.net wbeech at flash.net
Wed Jul 2 13:16:59 MDT 2014

Very well put, as just the other day I searched for an irreplaceable spring
for 30 minutes before finally tracking it down. One of my handiest TR tools
the little flexible grabber with the LED light on the tip.


Bill Beecher
'62 TR3B TCF/2549L " Aunt B" (in rehab)
'67 Morgan 4/4 Comp (next in line)
'68 Land Rover Series IIa 88" "The Beast"

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will.daehler at gmail.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2014 11:58 AM
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Subject: [TR] Making a Break For It

Ever be working on your Triumph, and drop something, like a nut, bolt, or
washer?  Sometimes they fall  submissively, hit the ground, and just remain
there.  Well thatbs a Chinese import.  Happy to stay in America.  Itbs the
ones that hit the ground, and take off urgently, heading East.  Now thatbs
British steel, trying to get back home to Coventry!

Will Daehler

63 TR4 Powder Blue

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