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[TR] TR3 Budget Lock

Subject: [TR] TR3 Budget Lock
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2015 22:03:42 +0000 (UTC)
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Thread-topic: TR3 Budget Lock
Budget lock????  All right.  I confess, I put the rear tire well lid on with 
pretty new toilet seat escutcheons about 13 years ago and haven't opened it 
since.  Now I can't remember the fastener used.  Looks like a duzi.  Used a 
long-handled flathead, and found it's a simple lever.  Guess that's why it's a 
budget lock.

Sourced a old style 48 spoke wheel, restored it, tubed it, and planted a nice 
narrow tire on it.  Alas, the opening is too narrow to accommodate the 

Are old steel wheels the only option to carry a spare?  Anyone every put the 
spare on the trunk with some ad hoc but cool looking assembly?

Terry Smith, '59 TR3A
New Hampshire

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