To loosely quote Will, "Tamara and Tamara and Tamara creeps in this
petty pace from day to day to the last syllable of recorded time. And
all out yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death."
Maybe it's time to quit fondling her and start whipping her into shape!
David Hill wrote:
> Another one concerning Tamara the 2.5PI.
> I've given her all sorts of presents, like new brakes, a new tyre and loads
> of attention. My reward? The @<:>?@$* clutch hydraulics let go today.
> Wating at a junction, Tamara turned into an auto and set off of her own
> accord, with the clutch pedal all the way down.
> The system's still full of fluid so I expect the pressure's coming back past
> the seal, just as happened on the brake master. The clue is that the
> reservoir is pushing fluid past the cap.
> The question? Well, is this a Triumph thing or just bad luck? I've only ever
> had one other master do this, on a Mini. All the others have wept fluid from
> the open end.
> Anyone else had the same problems, clutch or brake?
> Dave Hill.
"If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
-- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer