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At 01:29 PM 6/28/01 -0700, Stuart MacMillan wrote:
>No experience, but here is another alternative. This looks like a
>worthwhile upgrade. Check out the gas struts for the hood, trunk, and
>GT hatch on his site too. I wish I had the time to figure stuff like
>this out! http://home.att.net/~eightup/fusebox.html
>Dan Furbish wrote:
> > Hello listers !,
> > I've been hoping to find a quality (modern blade type) fuse
> > block for my MGB for quite awhile.
> > To me, that's the weakest link of the MGB, the wiring.
> > ( a quote I hear often: Lucas the Prince of Darkness.)
> > If I don't do anything else when I put my B away for the winter,
> > I want to upgrade the wiring, for starters I am going to purchase
> > a new wiring harness and neatly install it.
> > I usually use ProperMG or Moss motors for all the parts for my BGT.
> > This early morning I was reading the Victoria British Ltd. catalog,
> > 2001 summer edition MG.46 and came across a "12 Circuit Fuse
> > Center", on page 44, which says it connects to the existing wiring.
> > part # 15-641 for 62-80 MGB/MGC.
> > It looks like a SLICK device !
> > Has anyone used "this" modern devise ? any comments ?!
> > Dan Furbish
> > 68 MGBGT
> > in Massachusetts
>'84 Vanagon Westfalia w/2.1
>'65 MGB (Daily driver since 1969)
>'74 MGB GT (Restoring sloooowly)
>Personal mechanic for:
>'70 MGB GT (Daughter's)
>Assisting on Restoration (and spending OPM):
>'72 MGB GT (Was daughter's, now son's)
>'64 MGB (Son's)
>Stripped and gone but their parts live on:
>'68 MGB, '73 MGB, '67 MGB GT
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