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Re: Clutch

Subject: Re: Clutch
From: Charles & Peggy Robinson <>
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2005 23:17:07 -0600
   Unless spending the $$ on the B means a family need goes unfilled, 
I'd just tell her that getting the car back on the road is high on _my_ 
list of priorities.  Then, presuming I had the disposable income 
available for the parts, I'd go ahead and do the clutch job.


    CR wrote:
> MG List,
> I am anxious to begin the clutch job but ran into a problem that others may  
> have encountered.  It seems the clutch replacement has the lowest possible  
> priority in my household.  My wife used to drive these cars, but now  doesn't 
> see the importance of spending the time and money to get the car on the  road 
> again.  I have promised her anything and done everything possible, but  
> always another thing with a higher priority.  How do I convince her  fixing 
> the clutch is vital?
> Thanks.
> Steve Hughes

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