Just to clarify, I believe Hans is referring to washers. Fresh lock washers
and the correct torque should do the trick.
on 9/29/02 10:38 AM, Hans Duinhoven at email@example.com wrote:
> Check, that the bolts are sercured with correct rings - wavy type in order
> to have the bolt secured. Best is to have a flat ring fit between the
> securing ring and the shock.
> Tighten well and this should work...
> '71 BGT
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dan DiBiase" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2002 4:13 AM
> Subject: Loose Shock....
>> A month or so ago, I had a 'little' project on my '76 B to replace a shock
>> link. I ended up removing one of the rear shocks to get the upper link
>> bolt undone. The bolts holding the shock to the body loosened up, and I
>> tightened 'em up today. Will this be a regular occurence?? Is there
>> something I can do to make my nuts stay tight? (Careful now...).
>> The Garden State (What Exit?)
>> '76 MGB Tourer (Driver)
>> '65 MGB Tourer (Project)
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