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TR250 and TR6 Companion
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RETURN SPRING—QUICK-REFERENCE LIST, TR250, TR6
"Keep One of Each in Your Tool Box to Have the Correct Spring
When You Need It..."
BOING...!  You've had the experience.  A spring
breaks, and you're off the road or using a makeshift
replacement until you can get the right part.  TRF
stocks all of the springs all of the time, and it
makes sense to have a couple of spares in your
glovebox.  A small investment can save a lot of
inconvenience.
Part No.
Description
No. Off
List Price
Your Price
Return Spring,
clutch and brake pedals,
2
3.65
mounted under dash
Return Spring,
accelerator linkage, TR250,
1
3.65
TR6 up to comm. no. CF1, 1968
-
72;
mounted under bonnet
Return Spring,
accelerator linkage,
1
3.65
TR6 after comm. no. CF1, 1973
-
76;
mounted under bonnet
ACCELERATOR CROSS-SHAFT BUSHES, TR250, TR6
"Latest Material Specification Lasts a Long Time..."
We gave this part a section of its own because it is a Very
Important Part.  Old parts have often disintegrated so that the
accelerator cross-shaft is loose in its holes in the bulkhead
(firewall).  This adds a lot of slop when you want to accelerate,
so it is worth making the repair.  New bearings are made of a
space-age material which does not disintegrate.  But they are
hard to install.  In the past, enthusiasts have boiled these in
soapy water to make them easier to force into their holes.
Usually, they can be fitted by lubricating them with soap or
hand cleaner and then forcing them into their holes.
Part No.
Description
No. Off
List Price
Your Price
Bearing,
accelerator cross-shaft; late Triumph
2
4.95
material does not disintegrate
FUEL/EMISSIONS SYSTEM

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