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Lawrence Barnett
Florida, USA   usa
Hello all, I have the 180-965 rebuild kit and used it, all looks well, however is there 1 or 2 washers on either side of the banjo bolt, I know there is one on the head side but think I might have nocked off the other on the cylinder side, As always thanks for your help!!

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robert schau
Reston, VA., USA   usa
1973 MG MGB
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Larry Baygents
Dayton, Ohio, USA   usa
1963 MG MGB
2-And they really should be replaced. They can be annealed and reused.

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