[Here's a message also meant for FOT. mjb]
Yes and Chuck Arnold will be shipping us a TR6 pan and pickup for the
Michael's comments correspond exactly with my concerns about the 2000 pan
when used with the 2500 crank. When I measured it and accounted for the
increased stroke it did appear that the rod bolts would likely hit the pan.
However, I can probably make a windage tray to fit this application (2500
crank using a 2000 pan) as long as there is still a bit of clearance from
the rack. I would simply use a spacer on the pan rail.
Michael, do you know how much room is available? (allowing for some engine
movement, of course)
Rob, the TR6 scraper runs $49.95 plus shipping and I would need to know your
zip code to calculate a total.
If either of you know of someone with a used/bad Triumph 1500 pickup tube
that would be very helpful. I have the one that goes straight down but
there is another that slants and I would need it for designing a tray.
Ishihara-Johnson Crank Scrapers
Land O' Lakes, Florida
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