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 Posted: 11-17-2006 02:19 pm
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Hello Folk's. I'm from Belgium, I have found a Jensen Healey MKII 1975, 2.O l motor, with a lot of work.I don't know nothing about that car. So I'm looking for some information. I need a new Clutch Disc, somebody told me a Clutch Disc from a Mustang 2.3 l. are the same.I need also Shock Absorbers front and rear.Can I take other Shock Absorbers from other cars??.Would somebody be so kind to let me know, what kind of pieces I can use, what kind of cars are the same??I'll Be greatfull!!. Thank You

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 Posted: 11-18-2006 02:33 am
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Hi MO,

There is very little crossover to other makes of cars besides the obvious Vauxhall, Lotus, Sunbeam parts on the car. I have never heard of the Mustang clutch, but the Infinity J30 timing belt is supposed to fit. Use a MGB distributor cap and TR6 master cylinder but but for proper shocks, there is no known crossover.

Cheers,

Kurt

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 Posted: 11-18-2006 08:01 pm
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Hi,

Most of the running gear is Vauxhall Firenza/Viva. Some running gear parts from Opel Manta A's fit. Other bits are are common across many seventies british cars e.g brake callipers from a MK1v Triumph Spitfire, master cylinder from certain landrovers, light switches from a mini, etc. As for the engine it's Lotus only, apart from specialist suppliers such as Delta Motor Sports, JHPS. We are not exactly fighting them off with a sticks here in the UK. I would imagine there'll be a supplier in Belgium if you look around. A company called GAZ here in the UK do some very good adjustable shockers

Good luck

Jon

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 Posted: 11-23-2006 09:52 am
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Thank folk's I know a little bit more!!More information are welcome, Yesterday while a was working I broke my front window. I think I've got a lot of troubles now is'nt??.Greethings MO

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