Thanks for the reply. Do you happen to know the source of the locking choke
Scott McKorkle wrote:
> My 78B has dual HIF's with the choke mounted on an "L" bracket attached to
> the bottom side of the dash to the left of the steering wheel, directly
> under the oil pressure gauge. It does lock when turned.
> I kind of like the position here as it allows easy access while driving,
> but doesn't get in the way.
> > From: Bud Krueger <email@example.com>
> > To: MG List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: Choke Knob Location f/77
> > Date: Saturday, September 05, 1998 8:46 PM
> > A bit of help, please,
> > My newly acquired '77 has a pair of HS4's with a manual choke. I'm
> > happy. The problem is the location of the choke control. The best way
> that I
> > can describe its location is to say that it's at about the driver's knee
> > against the center console. It's supposed to lock in place when turned,
> but it
> > doesn't. I'm certain that there are a few of you who have replaced your
> > with a manual choke setup. Would you please share with me some ideas on
> > better to mount what kind of choke control? TIA.
> > Bud Krueger
> > 52TD
> > 77MGB