place archive information here. i.e. pictures and historical information relating to P1, P2 ( >1947)
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Thanks to RSR member Tom WIlson for the loan of this extractor. Tom made this extractor himself and has allowed me to publish pictures and dimensions for other to see.
When I come to replace my faulty oil seal I shall take pictures and post them.
Phil - Nottingham
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Typical of TW's shipbuilder heritage - I am sure this is better than teh extractor Rover finally devised for the P5 halfshafts - this would be too long for tyeh P2 ones
P2/P4/P5/P5B/LR's - EXJ 8**/2**8MY & others
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Now THAT is a mighty tool!
1990 827 Sterling manual
1990 Jaguar Sovereign 4 Litre on LPG
1969 MGC GT (currently hibernating)