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- Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:36 am
- Forum: Restoration Stories and Owners Gallery
- Topic: 1970 FHC Restoration
- Replies: 3
- Views: 19
Hi....whats your name...please try to put it in the signature area with your model details.........if it was made in 69 then its a 69.......if for example it sat around and wasnt registered till 72 it wouldnt make it a 72 model......for parts just go by the chassis/engine number... Steve
- Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:04 am
- Forum: Series 3
- Topic: Series 3 2+2 October 1972 B Post Seal
- Replies: 1
- Views: 59
Hi Chris......as you have found out from the parts manusl the correct door seal is BD28434/1..... the one you have may be wrong.......as for the seal in the quarterlight channel that faces into the door opening..think it should be BD 20500/4...Thats whats shown in the parts catalogue....Steve
Just updated Xkedata.......not sure on exact details Carsten.....looks like someone parted with cash and a trade in car for the E type...now its gone missing....not sure how all the figures add up........have contacted the guy that posted and advised on our discussion... Steve http://www.xkedata.com...
- Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:22 pm
- Forum: E-Type Upgrades
- Topic: Electronic ignition kit off ebay
- Replies: 22
- Views: 688
Hi Jamie...it's a 22d...it's stamped on the top....and a 6 cylinder...so 22d6. ... the part no is as shown 41345B.. the vacuum in not standard for the E type dizzy the pipe is in the wrong place....should be on the end of the vacuum unit......for interest a 41335 was from a 2.8 xj6... Steve
Hi Jan.....the page i quoted for the setting link measurements shows a 2+2 with air con as 48.87cm where are you seeing that you should set to 46.8cm.....Steve
Hi Jan.....why do your wishbones hit the frames.....without the torsion bar out you should be able to push them right down.......you can see in my photo that the cutout is there so the wishbone clears the frame
Hi Jan if you look close at the attached photo you can see the torsion bar going through the wishbone...where the end comes out and you can see the splines on that side of the wishbone its machine thinner..you can see the end of the machined cut just to the right of the small retaining pin/nut...can...
- Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:52 am
- Forum: Welcome!
- Topic: Over excited soon to be owner
- Replies: 17
- Views: 524
Hi Whats your name....please try to put in in the signature area with your car models......you may want to read up on ignition module(opus)....well known to overheat on S3....so causing hot start problems.. Steve
- Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:08 pm
- Forum: Technical
- Topic: S2 LHD/RHD steering conversion
- Replies: 5
- Views: 169
If you look in the Knowledge base section of the forum there is a 10 part artical by Mike Cassidy on lhd/rhd conversion.....have a look at this link and scan down a bit to find it viewtopic.php?f=16&t=700 Steve
Hi Trevor....you could contact Angus Moss.....one of the forum moderators, he owns http://www.mossjaguar.com/index.html usually knows people who are looking for specific cars Steve
Hi Jan....did you page J.X.s.1 in the service manual to work out what setting length setting link you should be useing and the following page to calculate the ride height.......if you are still too low you need to reajust the torsion bar........there is no way of telling how much lower the car will ...
- Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:52 am
- Forum: Series 3
- Topic: Attaching of sealings into support rails
- Replies: 2
- Views: 92
Hi....welcom to the forum.....whats your name..please try to add it to the signature line......no special trick to fitting the rubber seals.......i find it easier to push the back part into the channel a bit at a time and then press in the front use something blunt that wont damage anything.......th...
This could be really interesting re the insurance.......all the policies i know need the car garaged overnight if at your home.......this one was removed from its nearby storage and just left covered overnight at the owners home.....on my insurance i wouldnt be covered.....