I bought mine from JC Whitney a number of years ago. I can't remember how
much, but it was substantially cheaper, and works.
Bob Kramer, Austin TX
Hill Country Triumph Club
TR6x3, TR250 x3, TR3A vintage race
> From: The Stretz's <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: TR6 thrust washer tools
> Date: Saturday, September 06, 1997 3:47 AM
> This is probably more of a shop-talk query, but I think it pertains to
> fellow TR people too:
> I'm getting ready to lay up the TR6 for a day to swap out the thrust
> washers. (Seems trendy, doesn't it?)
> I'd like to know where I can get a good dial indicator set. My local
> machine shop supplier and Snap-On guy both said they would be happy to
> sell one to me for a couple hundred bucks! I can't see spending that
> kind of money for a tool that I'll use once every 8 months. Has anybody
> had any luck with any particular mail-order house?
> I thought about looking in a pawn shop, but I felt that would be a good
> way to buy something that's been dropped on the floor.
> Thanks in advance,
> Chad Stretz
> 73 TR6