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  • Bob Beaumont22 November 2014

    Axles can bend perhaps as a result with an impact with a kerb or similar.I had a similar issue with a axle and took it to Mallock racing. They used to use A series axles and had a long steel shaft which was turned to just fit in the hubs ends. If if fitted straight through all was well. If not the axie was tube was straightened using a large mallet or similar until the rod could slide cleanly thro...

  • JR Alexander22 November 2014

    Ordered up the bearings, gathered the steel. Thanks for the link, John!

    Good wishes for your restoration.
    John

  • Stephen Lofaro22 November 2014

    I am preparing to clean up the front end of my MGB-GT and wondering if the color to the underside of the fenders should properly match the exterior finish or if it is painted differently, e.g. black. I presume the engine bay can properly match the exterior paint color...and is not supposed to be black?

    Thanks,
    Steve Lofaro

  • Christopher Couper22 November 2014

    One year is all I get from these rubber parts now too. I don't think AS is any better.

  • Christopher Couper22 November 2014

    Most of the inboard floorboard fasteners and the transmission housing to the scuttle use these as well. You will also find two of them on the rear deck.

    http://www.mg-cars.org.uk/mgtd/mgtd_carpet.htm

    The are not used where the flooboards are wood screwed into the body timber though. In that case the woodscrews are counter sunk into the plywood.

  • Lew Palmer22 November 2014

    Paul, a 1 or 2 amp charger will be mostly OK, but I would prefer to see you use something that trips at around 10 amps. A 2 amp charger may be OK for most things, but will almost certainly trip if you test the horn, as that usually draws around 6 amps.

  • Stephen Lofaro22 November 2014

    My original contract has a written warranty, yes, Mike. The failure as he explained it to me once he had the engine open was a lack of lubrication at the #3 and #4 bearings with #3 taking the worst of it and that the crankshaft was 'toast'. The mechanic has accepted liability to a certain extent...he says I drove the car too long after I saw the oil pressure drop which is a specious argument at b...

  • Paul S Jennings22 November 2014

    Dave, the wire is white in the harness, it's grey in the wiring diagram I have. As white won't show up in the drawing, they chose grey to represent it. I didn't know at first. Thanks to the more knowledgeable, Were cooking! PJ

  • MG LaVerne22 November 2014

    The correct number for a Wix filter for the MGB is 1068. Be aware however that there have been a large number of problems reported with the quality of the threads of these filters (produced in the USA) in recent years and the subsequent damage to the aluminium threads of the filter adapter. I'd recommend you check the threads with a bolt before leaving the supplier.

  • W. A. Chasser Jr22 November 2014

    Geoffry,looks like I need to find some of these to protect the plywood. I looked at my originals and appeared there was some sort of washer used on them.

    Bill Chasser Jr
    TD4834

  • 1964 AH SPRITE FOR SALE

    My sprite is a 1964 British racing green mk3 sprite with a 1275 engine and gearbox, the car has a single HIF carburettor and a brake servo fitted.

    A bit of information:

    In the last 18 months the car has had the following:

    - New reconditioned 1275 gearbox
    - New 3 piece Borg and Beck 3 piece clutch kit, the carbon bearing was replaced with a roller release bearing from Pet...

  • WINTER PROJECT

    I recently bought my wife a nice silver TF soft top, unfortunatly she had a slight bump and decided that she didnt want it any more.
    So I have silver 2005 TF with only 30k miles that has easy repairable damage to the drivers side front wing, This would be a cheap nice winter project for somebody that appreciates the car.
    Photos can be sent on request.

  • 1969 MG B

    All intact all original running with 39371 miles.Needs floor work driver side and rocker panel passenger side.Solid steel rims.Pictures are available. Asking 3500.00 cad. OBO.

  • 1971 MG MIDGET FOR SALE

    Very clean and selling for a freind who recently relocated. Body redone a few years ago and still beautiful. Old english white with black interior. Top is in perfect condition. Runs and drives great.

    $4000 or best offer.

    Car is located in Bellmore Long Island NY.

    Contact me at vping@optonline.net for pics and more info.

    Cheers,
    Vince

  • YB FOR SALE

    Because of a sad event the MG YB 1168 is for sale. The car is in very good running condition.

    The car is located in the northern parts of Germany near the Danish border.

    Price : 16000 .

    picture on YB on parade, more per
    mail

  • 1970 MGB GT

    This dark blue, black interior car is a reliable daily driver. It has the usual dings in the paint from regular use but I have no hesitation taking this car on a long drive anywhere. It has been well-cared for and garage-kept. It would be a good candidate for restoration of continuing it's run and a daily-use car. The car is in Idaho, two-hours east of Boise. It's priced reasonably at $4500.

LBCarCo

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