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1. Re: Opinions of this welder? (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 17:50:48 -0600
I have the Hobart 135. It is 115V will weld with or without gas and is reasonably priced. The guts are made by Lincoln or Miller I forget which but this unit is much cheaper without one of those name
/html/mgs/2006-02/msg00113.html (8,665 bytes)

2. Re: Opinions of this welder (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 18:53:18 -0600
Thats the same hobart that I recommended like three days ago, that someone said was crap...I have had no trouble with it, a great unit over all and reasonably priced. Glad to see someone else with th
/html/mgs/2006-02/msg00181.html (8,247 bytes)

3. Re: From: Chad Cooper <> (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 18:19:54 -0600
It was a video of a thing called a trunk monkey, it was a joke. The video is pretty hilarious. The list strips off attachments so it was not there.
/html/mgs/2006-02/msg00195.html (7,334 bytes)

4. Re: Stop-Start Clunk Noise (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Sat, 07 Jan 2006 18:20:16 -0600
Check the leaf springs closely, sounds like a leaf or two have broken and are shifting. Chad '72B
/html/mgs/2006-01/msg00070.html (7,493 bytes)

5. Re: Poor brakes - and how to get to them (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2005 17:47:20 -0600
No don't clamp them they are rigid nylon inside and won't seal anyway, plus itcould mess them up permanantly.
/html/mgs/2005-12/msg00075.html (9,116 bytes)

6. Re: First MGB Clutch (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Wed, 02 Nov 2005 18:22:17 -0600
It's Borg and Beck and getting the kit is ok but there are two kits. Borg and Beck and Quinton Hazel. People have had problems with both but seemingly more often the Quinton Hazel kits are worse. Cha
/html/mgs/2005-11/msg00019.html (8,303 bytes)

7. Re: rear coping (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 17:45:24 -0600
It is held on from the backside by approximately 47 studs with nuts on them. All nearly impossible to get to. Have fun. Chad
/html/mgs/2005-11/msg00238.html (6,739 bytes)

8. Re: Piston Rings and Cam question (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 18:48:51 -0600
A definite second for Brit-Tek. They are very knowledgeable and are patient with questions. After a talk with them I bought the whole engine rebuild kit they offer. Chad Cooper '72B
/html/mgs/2005-11/msg00252.html (7,795 bytes)

9. Re: clutch slip or OD? (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 20:49:25 -0600
It sounds like OD to me, since you have no problems in other gears. I would plan on replacing the clutch anyway though unless you are sure if it's history since you will already have the engine out.
/html/mgs/2005-11/msg00262.html (8,126 bytes)

10. Re: distributor (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 00:11:11 -0600
Take the cap off by releasing the two clips on the side all you need to get to is right there. Pay close attention to the order of things when you take the nut off that holds the points set down. The
/html/mgs/2005-11/msg00306.html (7,037 bytes)

11. Re: 1968 MGBGT Vin Location (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2005 13:34:42 -0500 (CDT)
Should be up around the base of the windshield on the dash. Chad 72 MGB
/html/mgs/2005-10/msg00050.html (7,670 bytes)

12. Re: Shock Conversion (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2005 18:11:23 -0500
I did my own front conversion in addition to the rear, I will send you pics if you are interested. I was almost sent to hell for mentioning it before but I did it anyway and I love them. Chad Cooper
/html/mgs/2005-09/msg00124.html (9,295 bytes)

13. Re: Engine Coolant Drain Plug (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2005 17:21:12 -0500
Leave the plug out and warm up the car. See if it will blow out the stuff on it's own. I would reccomend pressurising the system with a cooling system pressure tester, but you may not have one.
/html/mgs/2005-09/msg00148.html (7,989 bytes)

14. Re: speedo (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Sun, 21 Aug 2005 20:57:38 -0500
Yes the overdrive wiring is there, don't know the color. It can be found under the hood with a little digging. The speedo will be the same but you will need a different cable the OD one is longer. Ch
/html/mgs/2005-08/msg00121.html (7,310 bytes)

15. Re: It's a start (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2005 18:08:36 -0500
Actually on the weber it is at the base of the carb. right in the middle,on the side closest to the valve cover, look there and you will see a small brass fitting sticking out, it may be plugged but
/html/mgs/2005-07/msg00277.html (8,011 bytes)

16. Re: This is scary stuff (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 18:23:02 -0500
The timing tab may be at the bottom, it should be there somewhere as it is not easily removable. Hve seen stranger things though. Chad Cooper
/html/mgs/2005-07/msg00309.html (8,506 bytes)

17. Re: Keys for MGB (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Sun, 08 May 2005 22:27:08 -0500
I have a Honda key that fits It has AA2 on one side and X51 on the other Chad Cooper
/html/mgs/2005-05/msg00117.html (7,119 bytes)

18. Re: Grill Question (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 21:39:13 -0500
Yes they are interchangeable. No issues. You might want to order the flat brackets that go across the top to hold it in place. Chad '72B "conventional grilled"
/html/mgs/2005-04/msg00298.html (7,142 bytes)

19. Re: Interior rehab (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 21:14:46 -0600
Any interior shop could do it in any color you want. If you are wanting to do it your self maybe you can find out where they get their stuff, and go from there. I would go with one of the upper end B
/html/mgs/2005-03/msg00119.html (8,398 bytes)

20. Re: 79 MBG Alternator Pulley (score: 1)
Author: Chad Cooper <>
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 19:11:29 -0600
It's nearly impossible by hand without messing something up. The best way is with an impact, the sudden jolt usually works without even spinning the shaft much, you can hold the fan with a rag and it
/html/mgs/2005-03/msg00147.html (7,188 bytes)

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