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    Mickey Richaud

    Re: Triumph GT6, basic work estimates

    ~Donning my moderator hat~ First, like the others who've posted, I'm sorry you've had such a negative experience. It does sour the joy we all want from

    Mickey Richaud Today, 07:16 AM Go to last post
    Graham H

    Re: Looking for the Voice of Experience

    If there is any lead left in that top piece it will melt when you weld that corner or rear bracket on, I just used soft solder to build it up again.

    Graham H Today, 05:07 AM Go to last post
    Tybalt

    Re: Triumph GT6, basic work estimates

    I can understand reluctance to name the shop. Having grown up out that way and cut my teeth in the parts and service departments of one of the local

    Tybalt Today, 03:30 AM Go to last post
    colbtr

    Re: Looking for the Voice of Experience

    Hi just came across this thread. I have done quite a bit of work especially around the rear quarter panel and B pillar of late. I have added some photos

    colbtr Today, 02:55 AM Go to last post
    steveg

    Re: Fried electronic ignition?

    Notes:


    Black ground wire must be the very-fine multi-strand extremely flexible because of breaker-plate rotation - I used a leftover

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    Spit451

    Connections for a 'Service Warning Module' - 1976 MG-B

    I am rebuilding a 1976 MG-B that I purchased non-running. There are a few 'modifications' to the electrical system, particularly in the motor compartment.

    I found a module that is mounted on a...

    Spit451 02-04-2019 12:04 PM
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