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    MGTF Rear Fender Stone Guards

    I only put this here just in case someone who doesn't view the MG forum might know of a pair. I'm looking for a pair of rear fender stone guards for my 55 MGTF. Only made for the 54 & 55 TFs in Australia. I've been told they were made for MGs in the 30s, but different. If you saw a pair of these in your attic, barn, tool shed, or your neighbors attic, barn or tool shed, we need to talk. PJ

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    Re: MGTF Rear Fender Stone Guards

    Would prefer helicopter tape instead. I have a 30s MG and it doesn’t have em.
    Not sure why you would want them on a car with full wings.
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    Re: MGTF Rear Fender Stone Guards

    Quote Originally Posted by Grantura_MKI View Post
    Would prefer helicopter tape instead. I have a 30s MG and it doesn’t have em.
    Not sure why you would want them on a car with full wings.
    Gravel roads in Australia? Healeys in South Africa had extra shocks for rough roads.
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