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Re: True Grit

To: "David Hill" <>, "MG List" <>
Subject: Re: True Grit
From: "Paul Hunt" <>
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1999 08:33:29 -0000
Dave - if you have all the springs on the shoes the pistons should be
back-to-back in the slaves anyway, if not, there is something wrong.  Slack
adjusters will cause the pistons to move out further under braking giving
increased pedal travel and signifying that they always start from the same
place i.e. fully home.


----- Original Message -----
From: David Hill <>
To: MG List <>
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 1999 9:56 PM
Subject: True Grit

> Hi, All.
> Just a note to let you know that you don't have all the weather in the
> states.
> Here in York, it's -5C and freezing hard. I've spent the afternoon fitting
> Rex's reconditioned rear axle-no easy task without assistance but it did
> help to tie the free side of the axle to the spring while I put the other
> side U-bolts in; I believe it's called 'neccitas mater inventum'.
> OTOH, I do have a question, or am seeking an opinion. When I bleed the
> brakes, I intend to rack the adjusters right up tight, so that the slave
> pistons will be pushed in by the shoes. I've found this helps with the
> in the past. Anyone else tried it?
> Yours, from Ice Station Yankee,
> Dave Hill
> David Hill/Psychomotor
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