When the magnetic covers were first offered to Moss Motors as a new
item, I was asked my opinion, since I drove a 65 MGB every day. I put one
on and headed for the highway. I did notice as the speed increased the
cover actually deformed as it pressed onto the vent grille. At 95mph you
could easily see the grille outline in the plastic. I decided there wasn't
a problem if you forgot and left it in place. The vent area is definitely a
high pressure zone, and the chrome vent frame will sit in place merrily
without mechanical fasteners.
> Bill, I got one of those black magnetic MG covers. It says it isn't
> for use when driving but it stays on just fine at 8...... er... 65.
> On Fri, 11 Oct 2002 11:18:00 -0400, Bill Snyder wrote:
> >I recently purchased the piece of stainless steel screen to
> protect the
> >cowl vent opening in front of the windscreen on my MGB roadster from
> >collecting leaves and debris.
> >Does anyone have any suggestions on how to install the
> binders underneath
> >to hold the chrome cowl cover in place? I can't figure out any way!
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