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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
    Sopwith_Camel

    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

    Sopwith_Camel Today, 03:42 PM Go to last post
    roscoe

    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    It is not really possible to know if your bearings are in nominal condition (i.e. not rusted, pitted, flaking, cracked or if the races have spun in

    roscoe Today, 03:25 PM Go to last post
    waltesefalcon

    Re: Going for a little walk

    Wow, that is quite the journey you have had JP. I have enjoyed your trip so much that I am a bit crestfallen now that it is over.

    waltesefalcon Today, 03:21 PM Go to last post
    warwick-steve

    Re: Front hub bearing grease repacking

    Gentlemen
    Brilliant, thanks for the information. The video and the special cap removal tool is really helpful.
    I just jacked up the car and

    warwick-steve Today, 02:51 PM Go to last post
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    Alistair Menzies

    Electrical woes 1976 TR6

    Ignition switch failed or so I thought! Sourced new 6 terminal type from U.K..
    On fitting I notice that one of the terminals in the female connection, way up under dash, has nothing in it.
    Is this...

    Alistair Menzies 05-21-2018 04:55 PM
    Zildjian

    Tr7 carborator switch out

    Hello all, I am looking at changing my 1980 TR7 to the weber carborator. Has any one done this or know of any reference material I could look over before I start. Thanks in advance for any help.

    Zildjian 05-14-2018 08:40 PM
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