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Barrie Jones

MG Sports Cars from 1949 to 1980 - Including MGB, MGBGT V8, TF1500, TF, TD and modern Midgets. I also specialise in SU carburettors, Lucas wiring, suspension, steering & brakes.

Howard M. Fitzcharles III

MG from 1956 (USA versions only) up and Engine theory.

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2016-11-23 MG-TF Shift Sporadic Problem:

Hi Bill    Yes, it is perfectly feasible to get your old 3rd/4th fork built up with weld and ground down to the correct width.  I am not familiar with "mil".  You only need a clearance of 5 thousandths

2016-11-21 MG-TF Shift Sporadic Problem:

Hi Bill  Sounds like fork wear to me too.    My gearbox rebuild video is available via the T Register website in PAL and/or NTSC format.    See:

2016-11-08 1976 mgb:

Hi Pete,    We often would get cars in the dealerships that the customer said the car shuts off on the road but not in the shop while we were watching. So here is what we had to do.    All gasoline engines

2016-10-31 TR6 backfire through carb.:

Hi Gabe,    Glad to hear you found the problem. You do know that lifting the piston on the rear carb you are testing the other carb not the one you are lifting. Most books tell you otherwise but in the

2016-10-23 1969 MGB Will Not Start:

Hi Paul,    As I remember the 69 MGB has the Opus / Lucas ignition system, which failed so often we replaced the unit more then once on many cars before they got out of the one year warranty. The failure

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