If all else fails check Hemmings for junk yards. Have you tried
the classifieds on line?
On Fri, 3 Apr 1998, Matt Kulka wrote:
> Augh. Well, I've hit yet another speed bump in rebuilding my '74. For
> those that read my last post about misaligned timing sprockets, since
> the shims are .006", I'm aiming for +/- .003" and ordered a stack of
> them to handle the .050" difference.
> But now I'm stuck on a new problem. My Crankshaft pulley is cracked.
> Not around the rubber ring, but out from the corners of the slot for the
> woodruff key. Looks like some meat-fisted mechanic was prying off the
> pulley at one time and actually cocked it over, cracking the hub at it's
> weakest point.
> Anyway, I haven't found a place that stocks the dang thing, so I'm
> scouring junkyards in the Charlotte, NC (USA) area. No surprise to me,
> I haven't found one in the area that has any MG's at all. (Nobody in
> Charlotte dares own a car more than five years old. It's a very strange
> place that way.)
> So now I'm back to pleading at the list-masses:
> 1) Those of you who live in North and South Carolina, where do you go
> for used parts?
> 2) Anybody know where to get a crankshaft pulley for an 18V?
> Thanks again.
> Matt Kulka
> '74 B - no comment.