At 10:07 PM -0400 9/14/01, Tom Bott wrote:
>Good Day All,
>Now to the question. I recently acquired a 1962 MGB (#656). It has been
>changed to a single 12 volt battery but is still wired positive ground. I
>have read about how to convert it but I have this question. Radios? It
>appears they were optional in 1962 but assuming they were positive ground
>where can you find one? Or is there some kind of converter you can put on a
>negative ground radio to make it work? Or should I take singing lessons?
>79 MGB LE
>80 MGB (for sale)
>78 MGB parts car (for sale)
Singing is not a bad idea, and listening to a B series engine (or an
A series engine, for that matter) is a nice way to gain auditory
enjoyment while driving an MG. However, for those who use real
mufflers instead of the pretend one I use, and who want to stay
positive ground, you might try a truck parts store. Some trucks ran
positive ground until the relatively recent past. Otherwise, you
might get a converter from radio shack, but that involves isolating
the entire system, a real pain. And if you have an isolation failure,
well the Gruchi (sp?) family may look on with envy.
Then again, you might convert to negative ground.....
Check out Shaw's Garage at http://www.mlcltd.com/shawsgarage/
My British Car is NOT leaky - it's merely marking its territory.
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