[TR] Fuel Pump Bolt
dixie4.wales at virgin.net
Sat Apr 18 02:25:25 MDT 2015
Two essentials in my tool box are top quality Vise grips and a Snap-On
wobble socket adapter.
For those of you that have never seen the wobble adapter it is about an
inch long, fits neatly on a socket rail and allows 10-15 deg of side play.
Over the years I have found that I tend to use it all the time as a matter
I favour 3/8" drive sockets as 1/2" are sometimes too chunky for difficult
A quick note regarding captive nuts. TRBitz here in UK sell the Triumph
original pattern which is good where they are seen under the bonnet/hood.
For instance in my case around the pedal box area when I converted my TR4A
from LHD to RHD. Nuts and bolts would suffice but not authentic
1966 TR4A CT64306 O
On 18 April 2015 at 04:34, Randall <TR3driver at ca.rr.com> wrote:
> Since I was in the area and my hands were dirty anyway, I thought I'd take
> a photo of the flex socket on the fuel pump nut.
> Not the best photo, I'm afraid, my camera's viewfinder wouldn't work so I
> was shooting blind. But the socket is on the nut and the
> ratchet is ready to turn.
> -- Randall
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