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Ditto on the Helicoils, they are relatively inexpensive, easy and last a long time, perhaps longer than the original threads. Tom
i have a 1959 bn6 that i have replaced the dash pad in recently. the pad was bought from moss and comes with no markings for fasteners etc. i would like
Thanks for the explanation, Charley, but I think I'll remain mystified until I get back to the shop and can actually try some pumps on an engine. Tom
If it's a 4A manifold they are getting hard to find and expensive when you do find one. The Heli-coil sounds like a good solution.
Great plan! (Until you try getting them registered ...)
After weeks fighting the flu I have been thinking about the project in my shop. Found another Spridget - 1965 MG Midget in small town nearby. "Engine locked up"... but it has wire wheels. Photos look...