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andy3649

posted on 2/5/18 at 08:45 PM Reply With Quote
Burton rocker cover

Can anyone help me out, Looking for the early type Burton alloy rocker cover for a pinto, itís the one with the large Burton logo cast in the top, not available anymore and Iím not keen on yhe new design. If anyone has one for sale please let me know.many thanks
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nick205

posted on 3/5/18 at 09:06 AM Reply With Quote
What's wrong with Henry's?

You can paint it a different colour if you like and (as I did) move the oil filler to the rear for better bonnet clearance.


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andy3649

posted on 3/5/18 at 10:11 AM Reply With Quote
Itís a Burton tuned Engine.......... so i want a Burton rocker cover
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bigtuni

posted on 24/5/19 at 02:03 PM Reply With Quote
Hi there
I am looking for a rear fill modified original OHC rocker cover. I am sure someone must have one collecting dust in a shelve somewhere??
Same or similar as the one posted above or this one here:

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[Edited on 24/5/19 by bigtuni]

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James

posted on 24/5/19 at 03:57 PM Reply With Quote
Greetings,

If you can't find a modified one I spotted that a Golf one has a really low filler neck and cap.

So I cut the hole and cap off the golf, cut the hole out of the ford and welded the golf one in place.

Clears bonnet just fine now.





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bigtuni

posted on 24/5/19 at 09:22 PM Reply With Quote
That might be an option, but I was hoping to be able to avoid having to weld myself. I have no equipment.
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