[ROVERNET - UK] 1930s Oil pressure feed line
michael.maher at virgin.net
Thu Apr 20 19:29:19 BST 2006
Some P2's had a braided metal covering for the pipe, similar to that found
on competition brake pipes. If you take the old pipe to someone
specialising in that sort of thing, he will have a sample for the correct
length and bore size and will possibly be able to crimp the existing ends
onto new pipe
hope this helps
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Gale" <agale at iinet.net.au>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 10:46 AM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 1930s Oil pressure feed line
> Any clues on where i can buy or have made up an oil pressure feed line
> connecting the engine to the pressure gauge which will look reasonably
> The one currently on the Rover 10 is "frighteningly original" and is
> progressively leaking more and more; causing the size of the puddle to
> increase in direct proportion to the miles covered.
> This is the last step before registration test for the Rover 10 - found an
> year old lucas magician here in melbourne who is rebuilding my RF35
> and fitted a replacement RF95/2 from his stock "so i could get around".
> He has a workshop full of parts and Lucasabilia.
> Will pass on his details off list to all interested. He is a backyarder
> but did his apprenticeship in 1935 and "cut his teeth" on these units.
> Thanks hugely to tasmanian lister Barry Riseley who knew of him through
> contacts and put me in his direction.
> To steal one of KK's:
> Alan G.
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