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RE: Clutch Slave Cylinder

To: "Pat Harris - \"sammler\"" <>
Subject: RE: Clutch Slave Cylinder
From: "Dodd, Kelvin" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 14:06:21 -0800

There is nothing niggardly about saving a bit of money if you can. A lot
of the "quote" OE parts are getting astronomical, so workable parts at a
reasonable price make sense to a lot of us.

I can let you know more about the slave cylinders on Tuesday. My wife
put her foot down this morning and told me that I have to work on the
MGB clutch problem this weekend, so I'll be installing another one

My neighbor has been letting me borrow his backhoe for the past two
years and is getting a bit fussy about having his brother's dead MGB
sitting in his yard.

It seems almost farcical; my wife is demanding that I work on an MGB!

All in all, it seems like a good idea, as my MGB is currently parked in
my wife's woodworking shop and I can't drive it out until I get the
backhoe back from my neighbor and finish filling in the new Septic
System Leach Field trenches which run right past the shop door. Try
saying that quickly!


-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Harris - "sammler" []
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 7:56 PM
To: Dodd, Kelvin
Cc: James Schulte;
Subject: Re: Clutch Slave Cylinder

Kelvin - Thanks - I'm a niggardly person so my inclination was to get
the Classic Gold product bit and it's reassuring to not find a negative
opinion of the item.


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