I don't have WW sockets or wrenches, but I have a variety of SAE and
Metric in single millimeter increments over a wide range. Any idea on
functional equivalents of the sizes we're dealing with?
Bob Howard wrote:
> George needs your WW sockets and a couple of extensions. These bolts
>were installed from the top, before the body was dropped onto the
>chassis. They can be accessed from the side, I have done, but it is
>fiddley work. Fortunately, they are well protected in this box so they
>aren't likely to be frozen or rusty.
>On Tue, 19 Jul 2005 23:06:48 -0400 Jim Juhas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>A friend called me tonight regarding the rear
>>springs on his TD that he's attempting to remove.
>>He is having difficulty reaching the bolt head end
>>on the front eye because it is surrounded in the
>>boxed frame section. I'm not at all familiar with
>>this car, having worked on the more modern stuff,
>>Sprites, and too long ago to remember on an MGA.
>>He's coming to borrow some tools from me
>>tomorrow. What advice might I give him as to the
>>best way to remove the bolt?