I guess my response over MGB jacks never made the list as I stupidly
forgot to delete the bottom information from the email before sending.
So, I'll try again.
Throw away the B jack and find a Honda scissor jack in any junkyard.
Small, compact, lightweight and works like a charm under the front and
rear suspension points even if you have a flat.
Ronald A. Fine wrote:
>I drove a new 65MGB for 6 years when I was in college. I jacked it up many
>times with the factory jack. I never had a problem, but I now have a 66 MGB
>which I use the scissor jack I bought at PepBoys. There were something like
>600,000 MGB sold. I wonder what the actual failure rate was for the factory
>jack? As a lawyer I would assume that there were some lawsuits over the
>injuries that must have occurred when these jacks failed? Just wondering?