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Lennard J Nuttall
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  • Bolton
  • United Kingdom

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Duttons owned
Dutton PhaetonS2
Engine Type and Transmission Type
Ford 1600 Crossflow, Rocket Box,Twin 40s
Post code
BL1 6LY

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At 18:10 on August 18, 2015, Daryl Heasman said…

Great term though Martin ,MELON   :) :)

At 15:44 on August 18, 2015, adam selvey said…
Hi Lennard would you be able to tell me would a soft to for a melon fit my b type
At 9:06 on August 7, 2015, Paul Sheridan said…

Lennard, I made my bonnet fit correctly all the way along the top chassis rails and around the scuttle. The complete procedure can be seen on page 8 of my rebuild post here :-  http://www.godspeed.me/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1055&start=105

I also did away with the standard Phaeton front hinge and made my own version (will take a picture when I get a chance) when the bonnet is shut there is very little movement now.  Hope this helps. 

At 18:36 on August 5, 2015, Daryl Heasman said…

I agree Len it was that Plymouth mob led by someone called Steve Kerswell

At 11:08 on June 13, 2015, Steve Kerswell said…

When welding g alloy it gets a bit bright, we use marker pen either side, on ships I've seen people use French chalk, either side. You could try a lighter shade, I use 9 on steel, 10 or 11 on stainless and alloy. How close you put your nose helps, but it is called a dark art for a reason. Practice,practice,practice. You'll get the feel for it. :-)

At 8:40 on June 13, 2015, Steve Kerswell said…

A picture hopefully paints a thousand words :-))

At 8:17 on February 2, 2015, Steve Kerswell said…

Can of worms time here, Len. Type E box has 23 splines on a 1" shaft, Type 3 box has 20 splines on a 7/8" shaft, Clutch plate and spigot bearing would need matching up. Gearbox mount may require moving or modding, clutch actuation may need modifying to. Saying all that, it is basic engineering, and possible. Avery good article is this one: http://www.dominicbolton.freeuk.com/articles/ford_gearboxes.pdf  I have read this t many times ! good info about ratios etc. Performance?? hard to answer that one, without knowing what you want to do with it. Hope this helps.

At 12:46 on August 2, 2014, francis said…

Lennard,

Merci pour votre réponse et bonne journée

Francis

At 16:56 on July 28, 2014, francis said…

hello Lennard, I read on this site some comments about a  yellow Melos with a xr3 engine and I think it's mine . Can you explain me the problem with it ? (in french please)

At 18:36 on July 12, 2014, Daryl Heasman said…

Len you need a two part lacquer

 
 
 

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