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    Re: side change gear box stuck in top gear

    Same situation here.
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    Re: BJ8 Frame Rust Options?

    If anyone makes that frame section, it would be Kilmartin, http://www.kas-kilmartin.com.au/Austin%20Healey.htm.

    What gives me pause is that other frame parts are more known for rust-through. If...
  3. Re: BN6: Shock absorbers do not fit after renewing the link arms

    Volker,

    There should be a distance tube, Moss#725-130, between the two ears on the axle. The upper stud goes through it. Tightening the nut while holding the hex section on the stud should pull...
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    Re: 8 months today

    Cute!
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    Re: Day 11 - Cabin Fever

    LOL!!!
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    Re: Son called to duty

    Good luck to him.
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    Re: Fuel prices

    Saw regular for $2.99 Friday at the corner 7-11. That's low for us.
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    Re: Too many tools?

    I've found that the best way to find that tool you've been looking for is to buy another one. Then the lost tool magically shows up.
  9. Re: 6 Blade cooling fan for 64 BJ8, advice?

    I have one of the original Texas Coolers. I have also put a partial shroud around it.
  10. Re: Healey assembly line - engine installation

    The body number is stamped on one of the hood hinges, and the hood latch as well as the batch/body plate so they can reunite the correct hood with the body.
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    Re: Steering not right

    When I tackled my steering box years ago, the bearings were bad. The inner race on the worm was pitted and I had a machine shop cut it down and reshape it since new worms were not readily available....
  12. Re: If You Get an email That Says "Knock Knock"

    :highly_amused:
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    Re: fan belt change on BJ8

    Getting the old belt off is easy - just cut it. Getting a new one on is the hard part.
  14. Re: Healey assembly line - engine installation

    My guess is that it moves crane attachment point front and back to tilt the engine. The wheel probably rotates a screw inside the beam. Mine does that, except I have a crank instead of a wheel.
  15. Re: Things to Do While You are Sheltering in Place

    :iagree:
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    Re: Gearbox Identification

    MOWOG 1H3150 from the first photo.
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    Re: Gearbox Identification

    A Google search leads to a MGA: https://mgaguru.com/mgtech/gearbox/gt101.htm
  18. Re: Things to Do While You are Sheltering in Place

    I saw Fangio doing a demonstration drive in the W196 at the Monterey Historics, before it became the Rolex Reunion. There was a 500SL camera car leading him. We could tell he was annoyed that the...
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    Re: Healey ergonomics question

    I'm 6' and fit just fine. It's a bit "ungainly" getting in and out, especially with the sidecurtains in place. I've made a couple of tweaks to raise the front edge of the seat about 1/4" for better...
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    Re: Austin 7- amazing find!

    Looks like it underwent some color changes.
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    Re: Speaking of Bureaucracy

    California is the same: smog testing, no safety inspections. Of course, we had LA smog.
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    Re: Social Distance...

    They get almost as much disrespect as an accordion.
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    Re: A good laugh

    I assume the patch you mean is the one we made for an early 70's Westpac. I have mine somewhere, but not inside my jacket.

    I was O-gang, under Cobb and Bacon. At various times I had sonar, comms,...
  24. Re: Before and After Pics Longbridge 100-6

    At less than 16,000 miles and the oil pan is already bashed. I wonder if they came from the factory that way? :wink-new: I'll have to download those photos.
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    Re: is it time?

    Not quite yet.
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