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Daniel & Kathy Gibson

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>No opinions on the Haynes manual?
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I have an older Haynes manual that covers pre 1975 Spitfires. Useful,
but not as much as an old Haynes for the TR$. That covers how to test
and setup the mechanical voltage regulators. The Spit manual does come
in handy for timing settings and the like.

Dan
'64 Das Boot
 
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David Chapman

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<font face="Arial" size="2">It's worth having the Haynes manual (or similar Autodata manual) for the engine info - but get an older copy of the manual which has more detail, especially of the 1147 engine. Have a look on Ebay. </font>
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