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Hi. Fraid, I don't know of a link. It was a on a thread a few months ago on here regarding a large stock of SH cylinder heads they wanted to sell. I think Dave? from Canley posted, saying, if I remember correctly, to email them regarding any parts wanted, as he's trying to clear used stock.

Think this was it.

 

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I think, as Dave said, that Canley's don't have a "second hand" page to link to. That would require somebody to go through their entire stock and assess each item for condition. However, email them with a question and it only needs someone to find the part you're after.

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Hi  If you ask for "Dave" at Canley Classics he will have a look and check for you!  Just key in Canley Classics and follow the website it will give you the contact tele No and 2 x website email addresses.  In the meantime I will try and find the Mk2 door cards that I have as they where the wrong ones for my 1600/6? (with Rear Belt Holes) I have Red or Black?  I remember buying some pretty rough red ones as I was going to do a template.  But purchased new 1600/6 pair in a Rimmer sale for £80/90?  Cant remember what condition the Black ones are in tho??  If you still need them?

 

Cheers

Martyn

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Hi Pete!  You What??  I assume you are saying "Its got to be Red"?? Ha!  What seats are in your car?  and I am just fitting mine!  I have the two rear holes but none on the front of the runners?  1.  If the runners are sraight I have to sit ant an angle to the pedals, so do I offset the angle to make me face on to the pedals?  New floor fitted no holes?  Cheers martyn

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1 hour ago, martyn wright said:

 If the runners are sraight I have to sit ant an angle to the pedals,

If you look at the way it's designed, the clutch pedal is to the right of the steering column. So if you lined up the seat with the pedals, your steering wheel would be to your left. If you line the seat up to the steering wheel, the pedals are off to your right. The latter is less awkward because, most of the time, you're only using your right foot and the left one is just resting.

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yes i would say generally the runners are straight parallel to the centre line of the car (well sort of)

the angle of the seat is then decided by which of the mix and match pivot holes you choose

and how the seat tilts to miss things and land centrally ontop of the runner whendown 

are you any good at jigsaws ???

triumph and where your legd go are oposing factors 

Pete

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