TECHNICAL

                           eric

The Central Ohio British car community lost a dear friend, Eric Jones, to mesothelioma. In memory of Eric, we offer the following informational article.

                                     Automotive Enthusiasts Should Be Aware of Asbestos Hazard

Please refer to the Mesothelioma and Asbestos Awareness Center website and Mesothelioma Help website for additional information.

These technical articles are available courtesy of the experience and diligence of current and former members of Buckeye Triumphs.

Buckeye Triumphs is anxious to publish Triumph-related articles in this section. Please contact the President to discuss possible articles, format, etc.

 

BODY AND CONVERTIBLE TOP

Opening Bonnet After Release Cable Breaks

Repairing TR6 Taillight Sockets

Repairing Stripped Threads Using Inserts

Stainless Steel Fasteners for TR6

TR250/TR6 Soft Top Installation

 

BRAKES

Theory & Overview

Overhauling Brake Master Cylinder & PDWA

Overhauling Brake Servo

Overhauling Pedal Assembly

Overhauling Front Brakes

Overhauling Rear Brakes

Overhauling Handbrake

Overhauling Brake Pipes

Selecting Brake Fluid

Bleeding & Adjusting Brakes

Make your own Power Brake Bleeder

 

CARBURETORS

Part I – Disassembly & Theory

Part II – The Overhaul

Part III – Reinstall, Tune and Troubleshooting

Powder Coating ZS Carbs

Replacing Fixed Needles with Adjustable Needles

Air/Fuel Monitor

Using Air/Fuel Monitor

Stromberg 175CD Easy Spindle Bearing Upgrade

 

DRIVE TRAIN

Accelerator Shaft Bearings

TR250 and TR6 Clutch:

Reliable Clutch

Clutch Checklist

Clutch Release Calculations

Clutch Release Measurements

Removing Broken Clutch Fork Pins

Clutch Operating Shaft Overhaul (and that nasty pin)

Clutch Hydraulics Overhaul

Sticky Clutch

Clutch Release Bearing Woes

GT6 Clutch:

Chirping GT6 Throw Out Bearing

TR250 and TR6 Gearbox:

Disassembly

Overhaul Part 1

Overhaul Part 2

Cover Overhaul

Adding OD Isolator Switches to Gearbox Top Cover

Gearbox Lubricants

A Type Overdrive:

Part I – Theory

Part II – Disassembly

Part III – Reassembly

Part IV – Final Assembly and Testing

Part V – Troubleshooting

J Type Overdrive:

Part I – Theory

Part II – Disassembly

Part III – Reassembly

Part IV -Testing & Troubleshooting

Adapting J Type Overdrives to Early Frames

INTERIOR

How the TR6 Can Work For a Tall Person

Reupholstering TR6 Seats

 

MISCELLANEOUS

British Automotive Maintenance 101

Equipment for Powder Coating

Road Speed vs. Engine Speed Calculator

TR6 Shop Reference Data

 

SUSPENSION

Adjusting Rear Suspension Camber

Rear Suspension Geometry