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Found 8 results

  1. Hi everyone, Started to place my headlining into my gt6 last night and was just wondering the best way to do a good job. I was wondering if I should get a professional to do it, we know someone so wouldnt be too bad. Has anyone else attempted at putting in a headlining? Would love to know how you aproached it and the outcome. Thanks! Jim.
  2. Hi I'm in desperate need of some assistant with fitting my Triumph GT6 MK3 bonnet it isn't fitting my Gt6 MK3 and need to do some measurements of an original triumph GT6 MK3 chassis and bonnet. If anyone could let me do this I would really appreciate it a lot. I live in Oxford anyone around Oxfordshire with a GT6 MK3 that I could have a look at? Kind regards, Jim.
  3. Hi guys, Having trouble fitting my 1972 Triumph GT6 MK3 that I am restoring. The bonnet isn't original to the car and when I bought it it had a poorly fitting fibreglass one on. The last owner sold me an original bonnet with it but not sure if it's off the same GT6. A lot of the body work has been replaced on the chassis and body including the hinge boxes and lower side panels of the body. I have attached pictures below of the bonnet is about an inch out at the moment. If anyone has any advice on how to resolve this issue I would be eternally grateful, as the problem is holding everything up at the moment. And I can't figure out why it isn't fitting and have tried pretty much everything to get it to fit including cutting and re welding the front binge boxes, which improved it but didn't solve it. Thanks! Jim.
  4. Hi guys, I need some help clarifying the fitment of the under felt carpet that I bought for my Triumph GT6 MK3, it doesn't seem to fit right no matter what position I place it in. I have attached some pics. If anyone can advice me where I'm going wrong that would be helpful. Regards, Jim.
  5. Hi all, I was just wondering why some GT6 MK3's have the ignition coils attached to the body and some attached to the engine? Originally I believe they were attached onto the engine but there are mountings on the front of the body for the ignition bracket along with the wiper motor device. I have attached pictures below of my set up before and after repositioning it. is there earthing issues if its attached to the body? I much prefer it attached to the body, but what is best body or engine? and what is original.. Any clarification on this topic would be much appreciated. Regards, Jim.
  6. Hi, I recently purchased a sparco 6 point race harness for my 1972 Triumph GT6 MK3, and am not ready just yet to install it as I'm doing a restoration and want to drill to holes for the harness before it lay the carpet etc. I was just curious about the mountings and where you guys mounted your race harness' where exactly on the body panels? Any advice or pictures would be great. I would also love a picture of the crotch belt fitting holes in the floor panel, I have 2 crotch belts. Regards, Jim.
  7. Hi all, My first post since joining TSSC about a year and a half ago! I'm soon to start a full rebuild as a first car project for my son, and have spent the last few months acquiring parts, one of which is an Ashley Hardtop as shown in the pics. It doesn't have any fittings with it, so rather than jump straight in and bodge something I thought it best to see if anyone has any knowledge about how they are supposed to attach. It looks like it bolts at the front same as the standard hardtop, just would love to see some pics or diagrams of the other fittings. Hope you can help, Elliot
  8. I am about to embark on fitting a new wiring loom (main and body) from Rimmer bros, the old loom was taken out years ago so no real reference point (though I have the smaller looms such as gearbox and front lights etc) I plan to use the various wiring diagrams, the new looms and a dose of common sense. To that point does anyone have any additional advice for doing this or can you advice if I need any additional wires or connectors than supplied, i.e. earth wires or similar (as I said I have the smaller harnesses for lighting and gearbox etc so should be covered there) and I'm aware I need the various relays and flasher unites etc etc.... Just trying to make this as painless as possible so any advice that can be provided would be very much appreciated Thanks Ben
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