and the steering wheel shakes back and forth about one eight inch..
its not constant, but almost..
it is easy to hold it steady and if you release the not so tight grip it
it car runs true, that is, the nose is not shaking back and forth as the
steering wheel goes back and forth..
the steering is sure and positive with good feedback (if the wheel is
griped enough to cease the shakes)..
NOTE: The following books were ordered 8 weeks ago, when they get here
(via SLOW boat to Denmark) i will cease with the unending stream of easy
1. MGB Model Years 1962-1974, the Complete Official: Comprising the
Official Driver's Handbook, Workshop Manual, Special Tuning Manual
2. MGB OWNERS WORKSHOP MANUAL 1962 ON
3. MGB Driver's Handbook: 1965 Edition
British Leyland Motors
4. Step-by-step service guide to the MGB
DenverD - A Texan in Denmark
65B # GHN3L/33680; engine 18V581-H193
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