I was able to tighten the rear bolts with an open end wrench. Nice clean
threads, brand new bolts. Probably more than required torque on 5/16" coarse
thread bolts in aluminum.
With any luck I'll never see this car again one I've delivered it to my
daughter in North Carolina. I bought it for her on her 16th birthday. She is
now 36. The work I'm doing is just like the items I purchase at my age:
everything has a lifetime guarantee.
Wouldn't mind having an MGB myself though to go with the TF.
Ed (soon with more questions, I'm certain)
----- Original Message -----
From: Dan DiBiase
To: Ed Woods ; email@example.com
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2008 9:49 AM
Subject: Re: [Mgs] transmission switches
Ed, have you made the modification to the transmission crossmember that
allows you to tighten the bolts on the transmission? Basically,
you drill 2 holes through the crossmember to allow you to pass a socket
through to the bolts.
Central NJ USA
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