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  • A de Best18 July 2024

    Bernie, the quickshift lever tend to rattle but yours is standard Ford so shouldnt give that problem.

    To avoid the rattling I fill up the whole area where the "fork" goes with grease.
    Not had any serious noices since although I do ecpext my Quickshift lever has been wearing out over time, its been in there over 25 years now.

  • Len Fanelli18 July 2024

    WOW Chris I should have remembered to look at your wonderful website!
    Many thanks for this and your website!!
    Len

  • LM Cook18 July 2024

    How can I lock the axle to tighten the axle nut to 150 ft-lb? TF with wire wheels.

    I have tightened the adjusters as tight as they will go (new brake shoes). I have set the hand brake. Gearbox in 1st gear. Car on jack stands with wheels off.

    The axle still turns.

    The nut is probably at 100 to 120 ft-lb.

    Didn't have the problem with TF7211 with disk wheels, b...

  • Christopher Couper18 July 2024

    Here you go. You can find other documentation at:

    https://www.mg-cars.org.uk/mgtd/mgtd_details_misc.htm

  • Len Fanelli17 July 2024

    I am trying to adjust the later (1953 TD) RB 106/2 voltage regulator. The only information that comes up is for the earlier version. The earlier version is hard (for me) to apply to the later version that I have! Does any one here know how to do this?
    TIA
    Len

  • J P Hall17 July 2024

    Anton, it's just a post (one of several) by Francois a few days ago, NOT in the For Sale section. Paul's link worked for me - I hope you have success. John.

  • anamnesis17 July 2024

    Something deja vu about this.

    I seem to remember somebody else having the same or similar problem.

  • anamnesis17 July 2024

    As you say, sounds travel.

    Release bearing/arm/bush? Does it stop with your foot on the pedal?

    Only when warm though, suggests thinned oil, so an internal rattle.

  • David Billington17 July 2024

    If looking for the gateway address it may be best to search for the router model and what its default gateway is. My last one was 192.168.0.1, my neighbours was 192.168.1.1 and my new one is is way off either of those and I would never have guessed it.

  • Bill Bretherton17 July 2024

    Jeremy
    You could try logging in to your router which probably has the IP address 192.168.0.1. You type this into a browser on a phone, tablet or computer and your router should be accessed. You'll need its password which will be printed on it. You can then, at least, determine if the stat can be "seen" by selecting "connected devices" indicating that its wifi transceiver is working.

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