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Re: MGC Brakes

Subject: Re: MGC Brakes
From: Mike Razor <>
Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 12:17:19 -0400
I am located in Mt. Sterling KY, about 30 miles East of Lexington Ky right off 
I-64.  I would welcome any help, I am totally stumped.  There would be at least 
good meal and drink for any and all who show up.
606 498-8615 wrote:

> In a message dated 5/13/99 4:35:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> writes:
> << Went out to the garage where the MGC has been for the last
>  month or so.  I wanted to talk to the owner (grouchy old fart)
>  and he did all the talking... said get the thing out of there,
>  they could not fix it.  Of course the brakes are so screwed up
>  now it will have to be towed to the house.  So all you MGC
>  brake experts standby.  I am going to sift through  all the
>  emails and see if I can fix the problem.  I think the garage
>  lacks the time to do the job, make some money and not tick me
>  off with a great big bill.  Of course, I don't know what they
>  will charge for trying. >>
> - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
> Where are you located?  Maybe there is a lister near you who wouldn't mind
> giving you a hand with the diagnostics.  Or at least, maybe someone who knows
> of a good shop that knows LBCs in your area.
> If you want to tackle the job yourself, but lack much experience in hydraulic
> work, you can buy rebuilt calipers, new rear wheel cyls., and new flex hoses
> and replace everything, assuming the master cyl is okay (and you said it was
> rebuilt), then bleed the system with an Eezibleed or Mity Vac.  That kind of
> work is not really difficult.
> The list will always be here to answer your questions.  Good luck.
> Allen Hefner
> '77 Midget
> '92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport

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