Fixing the clutch is not vital. There is no practical reason for you to
be working on the car, when there is other work to be done around the
Working on the car is your release from the pressures of work and is
your form of entertainment. After a reasonable amount of weekend time
is spent doing chores, it is your way of doing something that is
important to you.
You would prefer to do something constructive like working on the MGB
rather than sitting around watching television. Then when the car is
back running again, you can enjoy it with your wife on a weekend getaway
When you go home tonight, shoot your television. You will be surprised
how much extra time you will have on your hands to do all kinds of fun,
> on 11/20/05 1:48 PM, Daybell7@aol.com at Daybell7@aol.com wrote:
> > MG List,
> > I am anxious to begin the clutch job but ran into a problem that
> > have encountered. It seems the clutch replacement has the lowest
> > priority in my household. My wife used to drive these cars, but now
> > see the importance of spending the time and money to get the car on
> > again. I have promised her anything and done everything possible,
> > there's
> > always another thing with a higher priority. How do I convince her
> > the clutch is vital?
> > Thanks.
> > Steve Hughes