Driving? On the weekend? Hmm, yeah, I guess we did a little of that
yesterday. A flock of assorted foreign metal took to the mountains of
north Georgia yesterday and it was awesome!
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On Apr 6, 2008, at 9:22 PM, Will Daehler wrote:
> Who went driving in a Triumph this weekend?
> Inquiring minds want to know. Here in Milwaukee I was able to
> finally get
> out to the garage without stepping through any snow banks. Sure
> there's a
> bit of snow left in the heavily shaded areas, but winter is just
> about over,
> and I found a path.
> It's almost time to get out and drive! It broke 50 degrees today,
> but at no
> point was there even a hint of warmth in the air, as it there was
> just a
> penetrating chill off Lake Michigan.
> Onto the topic, I was checking out my car, and noticed the vacuum
> line was broken again, right where it mounts under the SU
> carburetor. Hey,
> I just replaced it two years ago. It's broken already? I'm sure
> it's caused
> by the engine vibration, where the metal fatigues right next to the
> connection point.
> Anyway, is there anyway to repair this and avoid the gouge? Do I
> need a
> two-fisted bubble flaring tool?
> Will in Wisconsin
> 63 TR4 Powder Blue
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