Practical Engineering

The protectors will be supplied assembled but will need to be partly disassembled to be fitted

Tools needed : 10BA spanner, Jewelers screwdriver, tweevers.

Step 1: Remove the two front studs and the lens. Note the bottom nuts have been loctited to studs. The protectors can also be polished at this stage to the owners requirements.

Water gauge ready to accept protector 

Step 2: Holding the top and bottom lens housing together can be placed over water gauge glass (5mm).

Step 3: Place the two side lenses into the upper and lower housings

 Step 4: Insert third stud from the bottom and using tweezers screw nut to stud

 Step 5: The front lens can then be fitted to the housings

Step 6: The final stud is then fitted again feeding from the bottom housing to the top and the nut fitted.

Step 7: Tighten the bottom housing screw to lock protector in correct orientation with jewelers screwdriver.

Step 8: lightly tighten top nuts DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN Loctite can be used to stop the nuts working loose if required

I hope you agree the water gauge protectors are not only a great safety item but also help to finish off the engine.

Make a free website with Yola