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    Now I'm in for it.

    Love your interior.
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    They tell me no question is a dumb question!

    Mike, Thanks for your assistance. Paul
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    SV Interior from SS Installation

    Well Mike I guess my 78 year old eyes were playing tricks on me, after you point that out mine is split as you stated. You are the greatest. One more question, if I may. What direction does the big nut on the front of the crankshaft turn to loosen.
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    They tell me no question is a dumb question!

    Front Nut on crankshaft, Righty Tighty or Righty Loosey? Most nuts on a rotating shaft Tighten in the direction of shaft rotation, But with the 1725 genetics I figure anything goes. Sorry to all our British friends. Paul K
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    New ALPINE IV, V & TIGER Rear View Mirror

    Rich, I am in need of a center mirror. And would like to purchase yours. Sent a PM to you.
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    SV Interior from SS Installation

    Mike, your photo gallery is a fantastic resource for the what’s, where and how a Sunbeam is put together and where things go. I ran across your collection of photos and had found the picture of the curtain with the metal strip in the hem and the one showing it riveted to the flange in the trunk...
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    New ALPINE IV, V & TIGER Rear View Mirror

    Do you still have the mirror? Paul k
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    SV Interior from SS Installation

    First let me introduce myself with some background information. My 67 SV was purchased by me in approximately 1989, yep that was eons ago. The car had been owned by a guy in Minneapolis MN and later was moved to Kansas, therefore was a salt victim. The interior was also a victim of neglect and...
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    CD Stromberg T piece

    I am just finishing up my Very long restoration of my 67 SV, and when I purchased it eons ago it had a T hanging below the inlets to the CD 150’s with fuel hoses going to each. After reading all the conversations here and other post’s on the topic I decided to go with the the compression T as...
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    looking for dovetail door receiver rhs

    I purchased new units from Sunbeam Specialty a while back, appears they still have some.
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    Separating Brake Calipers

    Talk about timing, tomorrow I plan to rebuild my front calipers on my 67 SV. These calipers have been off the car for 25 years, but the restoration is moving along very well and hopefully I will be able to drive it by the end of April. Can’t wait. Paul
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    SV rear brake cylinder installation tips? Manual adjustment.

    Mike, you are absolutely correct. This has been a very long project with several years between working on it, axel assembly was installed quite a while back and I am now back at the project. I hope that this time I finish it in the next 3 months. Paul k
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    SV rear brake cylinder installation tips? Manual adjustment.

    Tim, I found the video you mentioned, the horseshoe’s on my SV are different than the ones in the video. My setup has an upper and a lower horseshoe with a spring that lays over som recesses in the horseshoes and then underneath a tab on each horseshoe. My son came by and put them in for me...
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    SV rear brake cylinder installation tips? Manual adjustment.

    I am having a difficult time installing new rear brake cylinders on my SV and wondering what the secret is. It appears that I can place the horse shoe clip on the retainer spring and place this over the inboard portion of the cylinder where it goes through the plate, fighting the lower clip to...
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    Oil Pressure Gage line hookup to engine?

    Thanks Mike, Looks like I am missing the steel tube, Item # 244. I will look through my remaining parts, it should be there. Paul
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    Oil Pressure Gage line hookup to engine?

    Trying to reconnect the oil pressure line to the engine and found I have a female fitting in the engine and a female fitting on the pressure line. What is the proper fittings for this? Thanks Paul
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    Coil wiring ?

    Thanks Mike
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    Fuel and engine water temp gage voltage regulator?

    Tom, I don't know what I would do with out your vast knowledge, maybe when I finish this rebuild I can remember 1/2 of what you have helped me with. While I am at it I want to send out a thanks to all the others on this forum that have helped out so much. Paul K
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    Coil wiring ?

    Tom, thanks for the information, I had thought it was for that purpose but not sure where it attached to the circuit. The starter relay makes sense. Thanks very much Paul
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    Fuel and engine water temp gage voltage regulator?

    So many last minute details, Where does the voltage regulator for the temp and fuel gage mount ? Thanks again Paul K
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