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Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Spizz Oil] #744897
16/06/22 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Spizz Oil
I received an email from the Morgan Sports Car Club that said inter alia:


I wish to take this opportunity to address a misleading rumour that has been circulating, to which some of you referred in your responses: a report that the defective component was made in India. We were told that this is NOT the case: it was made by a reputable UK supplier.

So how does that tally with the message my friend sent me for his plus four, as follows:

“Out of interest I have just taken down all the Makers info off the Brake servo and pump cylinder. Exactly as Printed on the servo, it reads: “trenos IRUNA BRAKES/ REF PROVEEDOR 6107095/MADE in CEE LOTE No 1100.”

On the master cylinder body it reads “LB095L 007A”.

Doesn’t look very British to me!


Doug

2011 +4 in Rich Maroon
1972 750 “ComDom” sprinter
1958 Triton 650
1992 Triumph Trophy 900
Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Clipper] #744901
16/06/22 09:15 PM
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It says "reputable UK supplier" which could mean a reputable company that supplies the UK, rather than a UK company?


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Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Deejay] #744903
16/06/22 09:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Deejay
Originally Posted by Spizz Oil
I received an email from the Morgan Sports Car Club that said inter alia:


I wish to take this opportunity to address a misleading rumour that has been circulating, to which some of you referred in your responses: a report that the defective component was made in India. We were told that this is NOT the case: it was made by a reputable UK supplier.

So how does that tally with the message my friend sent me for his plus four, as follows:

“Out of interest I have just taken down all the Makers info off the Brake servo and pump cylinder. Exactly as Printed on the servo, it reads: “trenos IRUNA BRAKES/ REF PROVEEDOR 6107095/MADE in CEE LOTE No 1100.”

On the master cylinder body it reads “LB095L 007A”.

Doesn’t look very British to me!


Cee is a town in Spain. Lote means batch in English, according to Google translate


DaveW
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Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Clipper] #744906
16/06/22 09:49 PM
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More likely is old tooling and means Comunità economica europea (CEE)

See https://irunabrakes.com/company/


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Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Deejay] #744923
17/06/22 05:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Deejay
So how does that tally with the message my friend sent me for his plus four, as follows:

“Out of interest I have just taken down all the Makers info off the Brake servo and pump cylinder. Exactly as Printed on the servo, it reads: “trenos IRUNA BRAKES/ REF PROVEEDOR 6107095/MADE in CEE LOTE No 1100.”

On the master cylinder body it reads “LB095L 007A”.

Doesn’t look very British to me!


Iruna are well known for their boosters and servos (and are fitted to a lot of vehicles) and as far as I'm aware there are no issues with the servo.

I wonder if the 'LB' code on the master cylinder stands for 'Lucas Braking'? Lucas still exist under the TRW banner. That would tie in with the UK supplier bit?


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Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Clipper] #744928
17/06/22 06:46 AM
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I am with TBM & Gambalunga on this. I think any “Lucas” stuff uses the TRW logo.


Doug

2011 +4 in Rich Maroon
1972 750 “ComDom” sprinter
1958 Triton 650
1992 Triumph Trophy 900
Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Clipper] #744934
17/06/22 07:54 AM
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https://twitter.com/autocar/status/1537374474596646912?s=21
Probably not the best question to ask right now.

Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: Clipper] #744949
17/06/22 11:06 AM
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Nah, ‘LB’ means ‘loose bowels’.


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Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: DaveW] #744998
17/06/22 09:10 PM
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I think you will find CEE is a collective name of the old Eastern European Block of the former Soviet Union

Re: Safety Recall - Brakes [Re: RichP6] #745024
18/06/22 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by RichP6
I think you will find CEE is a collective name of the old Eastern European Block of the former Soviet Union


When EEC is written in French/Spanish is becomes CEE.

Originally Posted by random example
Buy La Directive 85/374/CEE relative à la responsabilité du fait des produits: dix ans après = Directive 85/374/EEC on product liability : ten years after ...



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