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81. MGF in Oz (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 1997 09:08:34 +1100
Rover Australia made its MG Operations Manager and MG Technical Manager available for a presentation and a nice BRG MGF available for demonstrating, at our Canberra MG Club meeting last night. The MG
/html/mgs/1997-02/msg00682.html (7,664 bytes)

82. IRC Chat (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 1997 12:03:02 +1100
I have had no luck getting onto the MG Chat on #mgs. I get the message that the server is not available. Anyone know if there is a new address/server? Thanks, Graham Graham McCann Rive
/html/mgs/1997-02/msg00689.html (6,418 bytes)

83. Re: Leveling Cars (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Mon, 06 Jan 1997 09:27:10 +1100
I have a LHD 1978 MGB converted to RHD and I have a pristine driver's seat and a driver's door which shuts beautifully. The passenger's side is, however, a bit tatty!! One task which had to be done w
/html/mgs/1997-01/msg00322.html (8,464 bytes)

84. Re: Carpet Dye? (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 14:42:51 +1100
Yes, and it works very well, especially gor those black carpets which have gone either grey or a bluey colour. You might have to do it again after a while, but it is a lot cheaper than new carpets. I
/html/mgs/1997-01/msg00916.html (7,210 bytes)

85. Re: Misc. Ramblings (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 1997 10:11:00 +1100
The Old Speckled hen was a 1930s model 18/80 sedan. It had a rather odd speckled finish to the body paint and solid colour mudguards. In recent years a brewery near Abingdon has been producing a bout
/html/mgs/1997-01/msg00949.html (7,600 bytes)

86. Re: Dan Hughes -Reply (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 1997 13:12:16 +1100
trip The question is whether we are ready for such a thing at this time? Fortunately there is no passenger shipping service from US to Oz. However, we can use the tourist trade so see that he brings
/html/mgs/1997-01/msg01052.html (8,554 bytes)

87. Re: MGB LE (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 1996 14:50:16 +1100
of the UK spec LEs here (I had one) brought out here secondhand from the UK. They made 420 pewter GTs and 580 bronze roadsters in late 1980 as a special end of production run. They had the US spec f
/html/mgs/1996-12/msg01261.html (8,203 bytes)

88. Re: High LBC Content. Honest! (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 1996 09:33:15 +1100
Well, close in that it is British, but it is a 1938 Austin 8. You can tell by the Austin wings badge on the grille. They were continued briefly after WW2. I had a roadster version of that car as my f
/html/mgs/1996-12/msg01685.html (7,920 bytes)

89. Re: MGB door adjustments (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 1996 09:24:38 +1100
This is pretty unusual unless there has been accident damage or the door hinges have been refitted incorrectly. Better check this although don't ignore the possibility of a new door being fitted some
/html/mgs/1996-12/msg01760.html (7,204 bytes)

90. Re: MGB Engine production data (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 1996 09:24:36 +1100
data to three the scraping off RWE model he this would Have a look at <italic></italic> for production and engine number data. regards (85 d
/html/mgs/1996-12/msg01761.html (8,131 bytes)

91. Re: a moment of mg zen (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Wed, 01 Jan 1997 10:06:28 +1100
It is amazing how many times you can actually find the rotten screws when they fall into crevices etc but a clue if you could not find the screw would be to fit a capacitor to the negative or CB term
/html/mgs/1996-12/msg01975.html (7,861 bytes)

92. Re: BMIHT (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 1996 09:50:13 +1100
kAI, A little knowledge is dangerous. The MGBs exported to Australia were CKD and unpainted. When they got here chassis numbers were added (starting with a Y) and a number of locally produced compone
/html/mgs/1996-11/msg00616.html (7,878 bytes)

93. Re: MGB brakes (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 1996 09:05:15 +1100
Sheree, Yes and braided hoses are OK for a Boeing 747 - because they do not flex all the time as does a car brake hose, especially on the front (also they are inspected very regularly - indeed befor
/html/mgs/1996-11/msg01608.html (8,647 bytes)

94. Re: Fuel Cut-Off (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Sat, 07 Sep 1996 09:51:49 +1000
It is a mercury switch device designed to cut all electrics off in the event of an accident. It is one of those devices requires by the many and often weird US requirements for cars. regards, Graham
/html/mgs/1996-09/msg00170.html (7,398 bytes)

95. Re: Wires: Chrome vs. Painted (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 1996 09:03:37 +1000
vs. One of the most attractive features of chrome wires is that, provided the spokes are stainless steel (as in Dayton wheels), subsequent adjustments for loose spokes can be made without having to r
/html/mgs/1996-09/msg00311.html (8,377 bytes)

96. Re: Badge Bar (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 08:53:44 +1000
A badge bar is obtainable from the MG Owners Club in the UK. It comes up through the opening above the main part of the front bumper on one side and goes back down at the other side and is bolted on
/html/mgs/1996-09/msg00545.html (8,170 bytes)

97. Re: Flexible brake hoses (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Tue, 01 Oct 1996 08:50:39 +1000
As a matter of interest braided brake hoses are illegal in Australia. The authorities tested them and found that, with constant flexing (which occurs mainly at the swages at both ends) the braiding f
/html/mgs/1996-09/msg01042.html (8,005 bytes)

98. Re: Wire Wheels (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 1996 10:38:44 +1000
There is no way I would buy a Dunlop wire wheel if I could get Dayton wheel at a competitive price. My experience is only in relation to chrome wires but the Dayton wheels have stainless steel spokes
/html/mgs/1996-08/msg00677.html (8,067 bytes)

99. Re: What's Cookin'? (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Tue, 02 Jul 1996 10:53:40 +1000
temperature. suspect that inaccurate at Take the bulb end out of the block and put it into some boiling water and see what it reads. Easy to check? There is no way I would be operating an engine at
/html/mgs/1996-07/msg00066.html (8,495 bytes)

100. Re: Fuses (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Thu, 06 Jun 1996 09:49:37 +1000
17 Amp continuous and 35 amp blow means just that. In other words the requirement is 17 amps but there might be spikes of voltage for one reason or another but that the fuse will stand that - but not
/html/mgs/1996-06/msg00151.html (8,751 bytes)

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