Chad Jester wrote:
> The Stretz's wrote:
> > 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?
> Try Sears, Harbor Freight Tools, Northern Industrial Supply.
> All have dial indicator sets for under $100.00
> Chad Jester Seoul, KOREA
> '74 TR6 CF15486UO
> '65 Herald GB32939LCV
> '6? Herald GB????????
Save your money if you are only going to use it a few times. A good
feeler (thicknes) gauge will accomplish the same thing and through trial
and error you can measure the end play within .001". You can even get
fancy and get a go no go set.
Just completed my 70 TR6 engine and the method works fine.
I've been doing it this way for a number of years with great succes.
71 & 74 (70 powertrain) TR6's