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Winter 1991

Welcome to the Winter 1991 issue of Moss Motoring. Immerse yourself in a vast range of stories that range from personal profiles, to technical advice, and more. We promise it’s a ride worth your while. Browse the articles below.

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The Club Scene – Winter, 1991

Safely back home in California, now seems a good time to reflect upon our traveling Moss Road Show this past summer. Over 18,000 miles saw us attending 19 different British car oriented events, bearing the Moss message that we really care about keeping your classic going strong because that’s all we do! As we last…

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Tech Tips: Winter 1991

Leaking Oil Seals If your differential/rear axle oil seals are leaking, the seals themselves may not be at fault. A plugged breather may be causing pressure build-up within the differential, forcing oil past the seals. Locate the breather, clean around it, and remove it from the differential case. Clean the breather thoroughly, ensuring that it…

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My Insatiable Fascination For British Cars (Brought Me Here to Moss)

Writing your own introduction in Moss Motoring can be a rather tricky thing to do, so on my way into work this morning I was trying to come up with a clever intro. When I flicked on the radio at my desk, it occurred to me that is the very same twelve dollar AM/FM radio…

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Converting Your Triumph TR2-TR6 to Wire Wheels

There is something about wire wheels that says “this is a British sports car!” Years ago, when I was the proud owner of a disc wheeled Triumph, I discovered how easy it was to convert any TR2, 3, 4, 4A, 250 or 6 to wire wheels. It’s also a relatively inexpensive task and, as wire-wheeled…

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Under the Bonnet: Emission Control—Crankcase Breathing and Evaporative Loss

Identifying the separate emission control systems within the seemingly hopeless tangle of vacuum lines, hoses, pipes, and mysterious boxes and cans in your engine compartment is the key to understanding how these systems operate. These systems fall into three groups: crankcase emission control, fuel evaporation emission control, and exhaust emission control. This article will give…

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