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Re: MGB suspension product/dealer ??s

To: (David Deutsch)
Subject: Re: MGB suspension product/dealer ??s
From: Ross Overcash <>
Date: Tue, 31 Dec 1996 06:03:28 -0500 (EST)
Dave where in MA is the Proper MG?  Maybe I can check it out, since I live
in MA!! send along the address and I'll see what I can do

At 01:18 AM 12/31/96 -0800, you wrote:
>I've spoken with several converts to tube shocks and am convinced it's 
>the drivers way to go. Next leaky lever arm shock and they're outta 
>there. Brit-tek  800-255-5883 seems to be a good source. Borwsing 
>through Hemmmings and Novus ad caught my eye "MGB Rear tube  shocks and 
>mounting kit, $60.pair 714-979-0451 CA" any body do this one. Seem to 
>remember someone about 6 weeks ago mention them. How's it hanging? 
>I'm also wondering if their are any with dealings with The Proper MG 
>out of MA. Good?, Bad? or indifferent? their pricing appears to be 
>Thanks and Safety Fast, David Deutsch
>You wrote: 
>>Fellow MG sufferers (don't ask),
>>Has any one had any first hand experience with any of the front
>>suspension conversions that are currently on the market?  Some of 
>>kits have been out for several years (Moss,  Browns & Gammons ,etc.) 
>>perhaps because of the expense (and the general longevity of the
>>original Armstrong shocks)  I have not  had the occasion to either
>>sample one first hand or speak with someone who has. 
>>My front  shockers are going south (pardon my regional bias)  and with
>>the price of new shocks ($$$) the price of the conversion ($$$$) may 
>>an option. 
>>Many thanks in advance.
>>Best regards,
>>Cliff Maddox
>>'65  "B" Roadster
>>'57 "ZB" Magnette
>>ex/69 BGT
>>ex/59 MGA (miss them both!)
Ross Overcash, 74B, NAMGBR 2-1172, Ayer, MA.

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