TECHNICAL ARTICLES

 

Technical Advice

 

Any technical or other advice or information given by any member, or club representative verbal

 or written, is expressed as a personal opinion only, and must not be taken as a statement of fact.

Information will be given in good faith, to the best of our knowledge and ability, but neither

Austin 7 Club Inc., nor its members will be held accountable for any consequence arising from

such advice, freely given.

 

AUSTIN 7 CLUB INC.    Reg No A0003290N


Tony Press

The Austin Seven Tools  (A PDF detailing all the tools for the Austin Seven)

Tony Press

The Austin Seven Differential Bearings

Bill Sheehan

Comparisons- a disection of a 1923 Model

Tony Press

The Austin 7 Gearboxes

John Kaye

1930-1938 Differential Pinion Bearing Puller

David Lowe

Austin 7 Remote Gearshift

Paul Crawford

Spanner Jaw Sizes

J E G Harwood B.A

The Brooklands Silencer

John Bowring

How to make an oil tight joint

John Bowring

Oil Systems (1)

John Bowring

Oil Systems (2)

John Bowring

Oil Systems (3)

John Bowring

The Front End (1)

John Bowring

The Front End (2)

John Bowring

More on crankcase and cylinder block seal

John Bowring

Flywheel mounting

Tony Eldridge

When the Engine Stops

Alan Hale

Some Thoughts on the Austin 7 Magneto

Alan Hale

Generators on Austin Sevens

Alan Hale

Technical Talk – Ignition Condensors

Dennis Hourigan

Rear Main Bearing Clamping Spacer

Peter Booth

Adjusting Valves

Peter Booth

Chummy Brakes?

Peter Booth

Screwy Threads

Peter Booth

Removing Split Pins

Peter Booth

Chummy Wiring

Peter Booth

Thermo-syphon

Peter Booth

The Accumulator

Peter Booth

Sharpen a Blunt File?

Sidney Hirst

Traction

John Jackman

"A New Spark for An Old Maggie."