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Miscellaneous > Parts Cars (9 replies - 8137 views)

It seems that the owner of these two cars feels that I misrepresented their condition in my prevoious posts on this web site.  In order ...   11-12-2007 03:07 pm

Carburetors > New Aluminum Tanks - Anyone Interested? (103 replies - 50207 views)

The "fins" originally had small plastic clips to hold the vent lines in place.  Some small tie wraps make a satisfactory replacement. Andy  #15223 ...   07-03-2007 11:24 pm

VIN Database for Jensen Healey & Jensen GT > Jensen Healey & Jensen GT VIN Database (273 replies - 208999 views)

VIN 15223 Condition - On the road but needs some TLC. Mostly stock.  Have replaced floor pans and boot floor. Still need to fix rust in fenders and ...   05-21-2007 10:07 pm

Body & interior stuff > Window Wipes...Help! (11 replies - 8217 views)

Norm, Just bought a set of the inner wipes from Delta and am facing the same problem.  The seal is a totally different profile and the ...   05-12-2007 12:28 am

Engine & Transmission > Valve clearances and Camshafts (60 replies - 39963 views)

David, I removed my gaskets and had a machinist buddy surface grind 8 shims down to 0.060" (minimum recommended) that I used to figure out what I needed to order.  ...   03-17-2007 02:18 am

Body & interior stuff > Door Panels (7 replies - 6084 views)

Ron, I have been working on the same problem.  I spent many hours measuring and cutting and have got one complete but I am still not ...   03-17-2007 01:46 am

Miscellaneous > Jensen Healey Race Car Update Feb 2007 (33 replies - 21730 views)

Ron, Since you seem to be travelling from NC to Atlanta, I know where there are two JH's sitting on the side of the road (for well over ...   02-28-2007 03:44 am

Ignition > engine cranks, but won't start (6 replies - 7723 views)

Ben, The ignition system has a "bypass" circuit for the ballast resistor that supplies a full 12V to the coil during starting.  Should be a white/yellow wire running from ...   02-28-2007 03:00 am

Body & interior stuff > Seat Mounting Crossmember (4 replies - 4305 views)

TX, Attached drawing shows the basic dimensions I used to make my crossmembers.  Basic seat mount dimensions were 13 X 13 but I strongly suggest you ...   02-28-2007 02:10 am

Carburetors > Repairing Dellorto Mounting Surface (4 replies - 5187 views)

Dan, I have had good luck with Devcon products for repairs of this nature in the past.  Their products supposedly match the physical properties (ie. thermal ...   09-04-2006 01:59 pm

Engine & Transmission > Exhaust Header (5 replies - 5488 views)

Jim, I just did this a couple of months ago with the engine in the car.  I had to jack the engine (make sure you have ...   08-03-2006 02:40 pm

Miscellaneous > Parts Cars (9 replies - 8137 views)

As an add on to my previous message, if anyone who is interested could e-mail me(limey01@aol.com) with $$ amounts, it would help me to make this ...   07-17-2006 10:25 pm

Miscellaneous > Parts Cars (9 replies - 8137 views)

Well I just went by these two cars still sitting on the side of the road.  Since I need a part to get mine running ...   07-17-2006 05:07 pm

Engine & Transmission > Lotus Excel cams / housings (6 replies - 5825 views)

I have removed valve springs on other engines by making an adapter to screw into a spark plug hole and applying compressed air to keep the ...   06-04-2006 01:28 pm

Electrical & Instruments > CLOCK (1 reply - 3613 views)

Not sure if it is the one that runs to the clock but there is a purple wire (B+) that runs under the center console ...   05-08-2006 02:37 pm

Body & interior stuff > Seat recovering (11 replies - 11060 views)

A trick I used to remove the pesky allen heads holding down the seat rails was to cut a 1/4" allen wrench off about an ...   04-24-2006 12:02 am

Ignition > Restoring the electrical harness' (11 replies - 10412 views)

A dab of dielectric grease on the conductor before inserting into the connector and crimping is always good insurance.  Bullet connectors (and most others) are ...   04-19-2006 12:27 am

Miscellaneous > What's in the trunk of your JH??? before a long trip (8 replies - 7063 views)

A few items I would add to the list. Either a test light or preferably a small multimeter A good set of jumper cables A tire plug kit ...   02-26-2006 05:04 pm

Body & interior stuff > BODY BRACING (9 replies - 9199 views)

Eddie, I'm almost done installing the passenger side floor pan (and have not yet cut out the drivers side).  I supported the car on some 6 ...   02-11-2006 11:57 pm

Body & interior stuff > BODY BRACING (9 replies - 9199 views)

Welcome eddieb, I am also working on making my own floor pans, and not being a sheet metal pro, would like to share notes with you ...   02-04-2006 11:49 pm

Miscellaneous > Parts Cars (9 replies - 8137 views)

Well I made the guy an offer for both cars based on the parts that I want but he seems to think he can get ...   01-14-2006 10:38 pm

Miscellaneous > Parts Cars (9 replies - 8137 views)

Ron, Not sure if this is what you're looking for. Andy ...   01-12-2006 09:41 pm

Miscellaneous > Parts Cars (9 replies - 8137 views)

It's amazing what you might find cruising around the North Georgia countryside! Two JH's sitting on the side of the road!  Apparently they belong to someone's ...   01-07-2006 11:20 pm

Engine & Transmission > Combustion chamber volume (8 replies - 8040 views)

Swept Volume = Pi X Bore2 X Stroke / 4                        = 3.14 X 95.22 X 69.2 / 4 =  492572 mm3 = 492.6 cc (per cylinder) Compression Ratio (nominal) = (Swept ...   11-16-2005 12:28 pm

Cooling > Overheating (39 replies - 41395 views)

Sander, Not sure if you were refering to me or not but the car looks to have been painted red a number of years ago but ...   11-11-2005 10:44 pm

Body & interior stuff > Cheapie Top (2 replies - 4145 views)

Top is vinyl. Top came with no instructions but I think it was Greg wrote a pretty good installation guide on this site.  It did not ...   11-11-2005 02:16 pm

Body & interior stuff > Cheapie Top (2 replies - 4145 views)

http://www.convertibletopguys.com/cgi-local/displaycat.cgi?cat=416 According to their web site these guys have been in business for 30 years and offer the same Haartz fabric (with five year warranty) that ...   11-10-2005 06:42 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Replacement Switches, Turnsignal/ Windshield wiper assembly (8 replies - 10676 views)

I recently bought a replacement turn signal switch from The 'B' Hive.  Price was $79.95.  Savings are well worth the extra 30 minutes work to ...   11-10-2005 05:44 pm

Cooling > Overheating (39 replies - 41395 views)

Ok, so it looks like I crowed to soon.  15223 blew out coolant on the way home, but temp gauge never went over 3/4 (about ...   11-10-2005 05:34 pm

Cooling > Overheating (39 replies - 41395 views)

Well I drove 15223 to work today and actually arrived with the same amount of coolant that I left home with.  For anyone buying a ...   11-10-2005 12:30 am

Carburetors > Tuning Stromberg's (8 replies - 14764 views)

Mark, Previously in this string you talked about "capping off" the vacuum switch. I have just bought a '74 Jensen Healey (S/N 15223) which has stock motor and ...   11-02-2005 02:02 pm

Engine & Transmission > Motor Dies - will this never end? (19 replies - 13437 views)

Sounds like you may have nailed this down to an electrical problem but I had similar symptoms on my Triumph Bonneville some time back.  Turned out ...   10-22-2005 12:54 pm


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