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1. Re: Minitaur Wheel color (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short" <>
Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 12:52:58 -0500
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/html/mgs/2002-05/msg00307.html (6,478 bytes)

2. Waterloo Drive Trains (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short " <>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 13:49:31 -0500
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/html/mgs/2002-03/msg00466.html (6,229 bytes)

3. One more time... (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short" <>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 15:25:17 -0500
Does anyone know what became of Waterloo Drive Train? Do they have a new website? Are they still around? -- Powered by Outblaze /// /// mailing list /// or try
/html/mgs/2002-03/msg00471.html (6,552 bytes)

4. Re: banshees under the hood (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short" <>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 15:56:10 -0500
If it was the belt to begin with, it may have been damaged. The belt could have had smooth spots burned into it. If so the belt will need to be replaced. You can check the belt visually. Look at the
/html/mgs/2002-03/msg00474.html (9,587 bytes)

5. RE: Suspension (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short" <>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 08:55:44 -0500
Another way to lower the front end without loss of travel is to swap the current front cross member for a CBB front cross member. The lowering kit in the rear does not truly impact travel. The shochs
/html/mgs/2002-03/msg00501.html (10,158 bytes)

6. Re: Lumpy idle (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short" <>
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 13:42:11 -0500
You said the vacuum advance does not work correct? Fix that first and then move on, it may be the problem. <BR> <BR> -- Original Message --<BR> From: Rocky Frisco <><BR> Date: Sa
/html/mgs/2002-03/msg00563.html (10,662 bytes)

7. Re: Lumpy idle (score: 1)
Author: "Joe Short" <>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 13:23:16 -0500
Umm, well actually they do go together. A vacuum leak causes a lean condition, that is most frequently compensated for by adjusting things to be rich. Once the vacuum leak is repaired, the set up has
/html/mgs/2002-03/msg00587.html (8,289 bytes)

8. RE: My awful new fuel pump (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2001 12:02:25 -0400
It's possible that you have sediment in the bottom of your gas tank that is plugging the fuel pickup. This becomes intermitant because when the car is off, there is no pull from the pump, so it drops
/html/mgs/2001-06/msg00302.html (7,101 bytes)

9. RE: Performance drawbacks (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 12:00:15 -0400
run-on but probably will sacrifice some economy and emissions. Be carefule about how rich you get. You don't want to wash down the cylinders. The DPO had done this on my car, the end result was pisto
/html/mgs/2001-05/msg00095.html (7,651 bytes)

10. RE: MGB aerodynamics (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 14:29:56 -0400
I've had my B up a little over 100 mph. It wasn't easy getting there, and it was very loud and windy once i got there. I have an air dam on it, so it wasn't too scary. Joe '75 B Roadster Lowered and
/html/mgs/2001-04/msg00396.html (7,614 bytes)

11. RE: MGB front flexible brake lines (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 09:54:42 -0500
If you are sure they'll fit in your car, use the SS lines. They are much more rigid, so there is less compliance in the brake system, if you do all 3 flexible brake lines, you will notice it as a sti
/html/mgs/2001-01/msg00329.html (7,225 bytes)

12. RE: Rear Axle Revisit (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 10:02:41 -0500
First off, unless you have a locked or limited slip diff, only one side will spin when you spin it from the drive shaft plate. The side with the least resistance to movement spins. This is the way a
/html/mgs/2001-01/msg00330.html (7,151 bytes)

13. RE: gas smell & braided fuel lines? (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 15:58:06 -0500
I replaced all of the flexible fuel lines in my '75 MGB with the braided steel type. They are much stiffer and more rigid than anything I've used before, and can be a little difficult to work with. B
/html/mgs/2001-01/msg01062.html (8,111 bytes)

14. RE: Delete now if easily offended! (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 16:50:50 -0500
Talk about "rectal cranium insertion"...LOL
/html/mgs/2000-11/msg00022.html (7,235 bytes)

15. RE: Cam Kits (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 13:27:34 -0500
I've used Piper cams in the past, with good results. But if you are planning on using the stock carb, you won't get much of a result. The first thing I suggest you do, is convert to a pair of SUs or
/html/mgs/2000-11/msg00990.html (8,069 bytes)

16. RE: Timing Chain Single/Double ? MGB (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 09:44:39 -0500
No matter what you do, if you are rebuilding the engine, it would be foolish and risky not to replace the timing chain and gears. The decision to go with a double or single row chain is up to you. Fo
/html/mgs/2000-11/msg01012.html (8,992 bytes)

17. RE: Any ideas why my parking brake is useless? (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2000 13:44:31 -0400
Check out the fulcrum on the rear axle, and any other pivot points. I did mine last year, and they were all frozen solid, the new cable was useless until they were moving again. Joe '75 B Roadster L
/html/mgs/2000-09/msg00805.html (7,329 bytes)

18. RE: E-mail charges (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 12:23:14 -0400
So, someone actually thinks this is possible ? P.T. Barnum was right. Joe. 09/19/2000
/html/mgs/2000-09/msg01022.html (15,984 bytes)

19. RE: E-mail charges - HOAX (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 15:52:04 -0400
Yes, it's the internet version of an "Urban Legend" Joe
/html/mgs/2000-09/msg01040.html (18,383 bytes)

20. RE: Hobby (score: 1)
Author: Joe Short <>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 14:44:45 -0400
I guess this is right along that thread. As an avid motorsports fan, I always said that I'm addicted to speed... ;-P
/html/mgs/2000-09/msg01123.html (7,039 bytes)

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