Yes, this elegant solution was devised by Capital Triumph club member Joe
Cannon for his '71 TR6. I put it in my car too. It works like a dream --
the biggest mental hurdle is drilling the small hole in the bulkhead for the
activating lever, which can also be made from an old piece of a wiper blade
73 GT6 (driver)
72 TR6 (weekender)
"She's got a carburetor tied to the moon."
> A couple of week-ends ago an eight month old throttle cable broke on
> my car. Frustrating, but I was within walking distance of the TR Shop
> in Chiswick; with so few TR outlets around it seemed I was actually
> lucky. But,the late model PI cable was the only one they were out of
> stock of....ended up coming home on a flatbed.
> However, I finally got round to making up & fitting an auxiliary
> bonnet release as per this link:
> So simple, so effective. No problem to avoid the steering column on a
> RHD car either, using the remains of a broken cable release....How
> did Triumph miss such a simple solution?
> William Davies
> 1975 TR6 PI
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