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Old 14-12-18, 18:21
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Default restoration is going as planed...

Today we did some work on Transmission gear, just to check that the Transmmision Gear is functioning and we can shift gears, (we opend and work on the transmission gear checked and Clean sludge)

add some photos tooked today.
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Old 14-12-18, 18:32
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Default additional photos

additional photos of gear box
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Old 14-12-18, 21:17
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Default Lever - control brake question?

How can the parts be distinguished when there is no catalog number marked?
CTL 4054B / CTL 4055B / CTL 4056B / CTL 4057B

Thanks and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2019
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Old 15-12-18, 07:17
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These numbers relate to the four different bell cranks found in a carrier.
4054 is left front
4055 is right hand front
4056 left hand rear (under tool box)
4057 is right hand rear.
The rear ones have the short arms. The front ones have the longer arms.
I hope that helps.
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Old 27-12-18, 01:50
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Default Fuel tank Measurements

Hi Michael R. I have seen your answers to Tom Millward regarding length of fuel pipes, I would like to ask do you have Details/Measurements of fuel tanks and mount parts? as you can see we work hard and persist in reconstruction of our BC.
Thanks in advanced.
Happy new year 2019.
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Old 31-12-18, 18:26
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Hi Israel,

I am currently borrowing a fuel tank from another member of this forum. I will take some measurements and draw you up couple of diagrams. Let me know your email address and I will send something over to you, with some photographs.

John W on this forum makes the fuel filler necks and caps. I have just managed to make a reasonable facsimile of the fuel vents by hand working a 30mm brass round bar.

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Quote:
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Hi
Attached Part CTL 4050 that i have made for our BC 1:1 A4 Pic
Hi Israel,
Only now I saw that picture you sent. I waited for the information on p.m.
I thank you and wish you a successful new year in your project. All the best
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Old 05-01-19, 00:17
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Hi Israel,

I have attached a drawing of the Right Hand fuel tank from a Mk1* Carrier which another member has kindly lent me. If you require any other dimensions let me know.



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Old 06-01-19, 08:02
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Tom
Many tanks for the measurements

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Old 08-01-19, 18:02
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Last week we installed the Oil cooler and part of the steering system
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Now fit the cooler pipes, while there is easy access.
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Old 12-01-19, 20:36
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Thanks Lynn very good tip.
will do it,
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Old 12-01-19, 21:14
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Default Gauge - oil pressure - engine unit

Can anyone help with parts, where i can buy them?
A. 9278B Engine unit - oil pressure gauge.
B. 26491/123 Speedometer cable comp1ete.

The second question is the BC will work on 12V instead of 6V I have the original gauges to work on 6V How can I lower the voltage to 6V and the reading will be accurate.

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Old 13-01-19, 04:15
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Hi Isreal, Macs autos sell resistors to suit the ford commercial guages.
I cant recall exactly what you have there. Mechanical gauges obviously don't require them.
Electric gauges for temperature, oil pressure, volt meter and fuel level do require them, however an ammeter does not.
There are two types of oil pressure senders. The one you use depends on your engine and which oil pump you are using. The earlier one is for the old long pump and is harder to find as a new item. The later higher pressure one goes with the short oil pump. It is readily available. I cannot remember all the details about matching the original gauge to the higher pressure sender unit. Some research on your part will be required.
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