I have been advised that the proper original equipment style clutch is
perfectly adequate for street use, and that it frequently outlasts the
so-called "heavy duty" clutch. Any of the usual suppliers (and there are
several on this list) can provide same. The addition of overdrive will not
put any additional strain on the clutch. It is a good idea to replace the
throwout bearing while you're in there, and carefully evaluate the condition
of the engine rear and transmission front seals.
on 4/16/01 2:42 PM, MGBTH1@aol.com at MGBTH1@aol.com wrote:
> Hi all i need to ask a question. I am going to pull out my engine and put in
> a overdrive in my mgb . What i need is a good clutch that will do me good and
> will give a little kick. So dose anyone have ideas or know were the best is
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the red one with the silver bootlid.
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