Question about Triumph Tr 7
It could be that you bought the wrong rotor. You said you removed a 418726 rotor, do you know the makers name for this rotor? If so your supplier can cross check across to supply the correct rotor. Also you can take the 418726 rotor to your supplier and tell them that this is the one you removed from the car. It may be that some one has changed the distributor in the past. In future when buying parts, try and take the old parts with you to help stop any confusion.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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