Use a 1/4 inch drive and jack the motor up as far as you can with the jack
back on the tranny to give you room to work. I usually then reach around the
front cross member to get access to the front pant bolts. On the RB cars you
have to remove that piece of cardboard but that is quite simple.
Frank "Swamp Yankee" Krajewski
> I have started working on our new family member, our 68 MGB GT, and one
> of the first steps is to keep a clean drive way. The front 3 bolts on the
> oil pan defy all the tools in my possession and I am NOT going to pull
> the engine to tighten them! Any suggestions?
> I have just joined the AMMB club, and think they have something to offer.
> I did have a problem with my membership (some how I became a member of
> the FireBird club) but they were very prompt on answering my E-Mail and
> after I FAXED my confirmation, everything was taken care of.
> Also, their magazine (you can see back issues on line if you are a
> member) has a good technical section, and you can buy several years of
> just technical sections. They are a little pricey ( $40 for both sets)
> but do have some good information. It is kind of like having 1 year of
> this digest in print!!! I found some of the same subjects which have been
> covered in recent digests, but not in the same detail (or of course
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