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    Re: Mg Midget # 4

    BTW JPSmit the Viva was the first car I ever owned in England in the 70's first engine I ever rebuilt too lol.

    SWC Today, 04:13 PM Go to last post

    Re: slim pickings

    You should find this helpful:

    HealeyRick Today, 04:10 PM Go to last post

    Re: Mg Midget # 4

    Thanks for the welcome everyone.

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    Mickey Richaud

    Re: slim pickings

    MGB hubs are designed to be torqued to a specific value. Not like many other cars where you tighten the hub until it "feels right". The design

    Mickey Richaud Today, 04:00 PM Go to last post

    slim pickings

    ok I've done the discs on my mgb, but in removing the hub i destroyed a shim. why are there shims? as a group engineers are not frivolous and putting

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