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Anja Gulden posted photos
1 hour ago
Richard Lyons replied to Robert Lamarr Moore's discussion Gas Tank Bracket Removal in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"The nuts can be removed with the IRS in place but it is a BEAR. I had a long handled 1/2' 12 point wrench a a fine point flame for heat on a couple of them. Worse case they twist off and you get a new bracket--heat in that area is a littel ??…"
yesterday
Ray Fried replied to Robert Lamarr Moore's discussion Gas Tank Bracket Removal in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"Yes, if you are talking about the 4 bolts that fit in the encircled holes in JagTrunk1.jpg, then you get between the IRS and trunk wall. I had the IRS out when I removed the bolts. Ray"
yesterday
Ard van Oosten Slingeland replied to Robert Lamarr Moore's discussion Gas Tank Bracket Removal in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"If this is the bracket you are trying to remove, you'd better try the nuts behind the IRS. Best regards, Ard"
yesterday
Ard van Oosten Slingeland replied to Robert Lamarr Moore's discussion Gas Tank Bracket Removal in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"Do you have a picture? I don't seem to understand how these bolts can be welded with the tank in Place. Best regards, Ard"
yesterday
Robert Lamarr Moore added a discussion to the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
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Gas Tank Bracket Removal

 I have a 1967 FHC 2+2. Need to remove the front right bracket that has all four bolts tack welded in place. I have tried dremel cut off wheel, cold chisel and 2 LB sledge, and Hammer gun with impact sockets.Any suggestions on how to remove the bolts?The two bolts on the left side are hidden from sight ARRRH!See More
yesterday
Robert Lamarr Moore joined Rafe Saber's group
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E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP

For Members restoring a Jaguar E-Type Ser 1, Ser 2 or Ser 3
yesterday
oliverthornber@btinternet.com posted a photo
Sunday
oliverthornber@btinternet.com updated their profile
Sunday
oliverthornber@btinternet.com is now a member of THE JAGUAR SOCIAL NETWORK
Sunday
Joshua Lyons joined Rafe Saber's group
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MARK 2 WORKSHOP GROUP

For Members who are restoring a MARK 2 please join this Group. All  Owners who have previous experience in restoring a MARK 2 are urged to join this Group so that with their knowledge they can help and assist others enjoy the Jag hobby.Members interested in joining this Group we have a free download of theMARK 2…See More
Saturday
Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"I thank you for your response and helpful comments. My mechanic changed the fluid and filter recently, so I was not there, but he made no remarks about the old fluid being nasty. This problem always has been there and the vendor informed me of it,…"
Friday
Rafe Saber posted a video

Back to the Garden

Une aprés-midi entre amis,en famille,un mur, de la peinture, une magnifique Jaguar type E série 1/2,du soleil, loin des clichés mais authentique. (peintre : ...
Friday
Gordon Russell replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"Hi, your reply leads to some diagnostic questions: Why was the fluid changed and what was its condition? Was the fluid filter changed too? Has this problem occurred after the fluid change? Is the shift from 1 - 2 at low speed smooth and almost…"
Friday
Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"     Quite so, indeed! Many thanks. "
Thursday
Rafe Saber replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"I am being facetious by saying "When all else fails read the Service Manual". In the Automatic Transmission Section Page FFY. S22 to Page FFY. S23 covers all the Fault Diagnosis including the ones you mention (under UPSHIFTS) and how to…"
Thursday
Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"Greetings,      Thank you. However, it refuses to shift up from 2 - 3 at all, in both D1 and D2. Transmission fluid changed very recently, so new fluid inside now. No problem with Reverse. Best wishes! "
Thursday
Gordon Russell replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"Hi Huw, I think your transmission will be a Borg Warner 8. If the fluid is translucent, red in colour and smells sweet, then the are no 'clutch slip or brake band' issues. On light throttle, the first to second speed shift should occur at…"
Thursday
Rafe Saber posted a group
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MARK 2 WORKSHOP GROUP

For Members who are restoring a MARK 2 please join this Group. All  Owners who have previous experience in restoring a MARK 2 are urged to join this Group so that with their knowledge they can help and assist others enjoy the Jag hobby.Members interested in joining this Group we have a free download of theMARK 2…See More
Thursday
Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray replied to Dr. Huw S. Kruger Gray's discussion Series-II auto. transmission issue... in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"     Indeed, I shall pass this on to my mechanic, thank you. Z. "
Thursday
 

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