65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Nigel(no top)Sykes » Thu Sep 10, 2015 4:23

I've not seen anything like the black bracket either. It looks as though it's held in place by the clutch pipe nut and as such wouldn't be too much trouble to fabricate at home.
The usual fitting place is to a hole in the bulkhead that has a nut welded in the passenger side of the bulkhead, it's a little lower down that the bracket you're looking at so perhaps you've missed it?
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Tim » Thu Sep 10, 2015 5:16

Aah yes part number 21A1116. Googling the part number shows several suppliers stocking them.

NOS avialable here http://minikingdomonline.com.au/product ... ll-clutch/

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by spider » Thu Sep 10, 2015 5:40

Good find Tim, I'd be surprised if I don't have any in the part's drawers.
Nigel(no top)Sykes wrote:I've not seen anything like the black bracket either. It looks as though it's held in place by the clutch pipe nut and as such wouldn't be too much trouble to fabricate at home.
The usual fitting place is to a hole in the bulkhead that has a nut welded in the passenger side of the bulkhead, it's a little lower down that the bracket you're looking at so perhaps you've missed it?
OK, here it is out of the UK Mini-Moke Parts book

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That P/N is a UK number, not an Aust one by the way.

Nigel, you are bang on mate, it is held in place with the Clutch Hose.

And yeap, bang on again, they did use a captive (welded / root?) nut on later cars.

<Edit: Sorry, for completeness, here's the page that goes with it

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by spider » Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:36

Crickey!!!

Only one left!!

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and Peter, there were a few styles / types of the brass T fittings, this is two common types

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The one on the right is the correct one to go in the engine bay (the other one was used on the later rear subframes)
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Thu Sep 10, 2015 19:05

HA! I knew there was a p/n out there somewhere!

spider, I do have the T fitting on the right, the correct one. Any way I can talk you into sending me that piece you've got in the bin?

or, , . perhaps a tracing I can made out of steel????????? that would be great!

Hummmmm ., Tim, nice find - I will also try to get one from that place! I can afford that. In the meanwhile, I may try to just make one.

Thanks so much! Glad I asked! Wow........ that line drawing, two sides, would do the trick!
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by spider » Thu Sep 10, 2015 22:28

Hey Pete,

Probably clear as mud!

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Oh, and it's in 1.2 mm sheet.
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Thu Sep 10, 2015 22:36

Awesome! Thank you a ton! An exact drawing!
Are you an engineer by profession? Beautiful! Can't thank you enough.

What a great group this is indeed. I Salut all and buy the next round!
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Nigel(no top)Sykes » Fri Sep 11, 2015 4:01

But that drawing is all in the new fangled metric!!! Don't you still use good old imperial measuring? :lol:
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by spider » Fri Sep 11, 2015 8:56

pbraun wrote:Awesome! Thank you a ton! An exact drawing!
Are you an engineer by profession? Beautiful! Can't thank you enough.

What a great group this is indeed. I Salut all and buy the next round!
Bhahaha,,, that's funny!!!

Engineer? Bhahaha,,,,,, now what would 4XMOKE say???,,,,, Convict Gingerbeer might be closer to the mark!

And speaking of beer - Peter, your on!

Nigel(no top)Sykes wrote:But that drawing is all in the new fangled metric!!! Don't you still use good old imperial measuring? :lol:
DOH, my bad.

Actually, I find these days, I do just about everything in metric, except when working on the engines ;)

Peter, do you need that drawing translated?
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Fri Sep 11, 2015 12:15

I think I have one smart stick with the mm on it!
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by spider » Sat Sep 12, 2015 2:25

Here you go Nigel, just for you :roll: :D

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Nigel(no top)Sykes » Sat Sep 12, 2015 2:45

:? Problem is spider, I never use them. All my machines have had/got a bulkhead mounting ,and anyway, if they didn't I'd tack a nut on the bulkhead :P
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by 4XMOKE » Mon Sep 14, 2015 10:24

spider wrote:
pbraun wrote:Awesome! Thank you a ton! An exact drawing!
Are you an engineer by profession? Beautiful! Can't thank you enough.

What a great group this is indeed. I Salut all and buy the next round!
Bhahaha,,, that's funny!!!

Engineer? Bhahaha,,,,,, now what would 4XMOKE say???,,,,, Convict Gingerbeer might be closer to the mark!

And speaking of beer - Peter, your on!

Nigel(no top)Sykes wrote:But that drawing is all in the new fangled metric!!! Don't you still use good old imperial measuring? :lol:
DOH, my bad.

Actually, I find these days, I do just about everything in metric, except when working on the engines ;)

Peter, do you need that drawing translated?
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Nigel(no top)Sykes » Mon Sep 14, 2015 17:14

What took you so long to answer Rog? Did you have trouble getting past the powder in the topic below this one ?
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Wed Sep 16, 2015 12:03

Now I opened another can of worms. Better get some coffee to go with that. :shock:
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