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dtownsend Gold Member David Townsend
Rutland, VT, USA   USA
1978 MG MGB V8 Conversion "B'east"
1967 MGB. I'm drawing a complete blank on how to route the oil pressure gauge line through the forward bulkhead. I have holes for the speedo and everything else but can;t seem to locate anything the correct diameter for the gauge grommet. Any insights, gratefully accepted.


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RAY 67 TOURER Ray Marloff
Fort Bragg, CA, USA   USA
1967 MG MGB "My Girl"
It goes through the bulkhead next to the heater assembly and then to the flex line above the starter motor. RAY

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dtownsend Gold Member David Townsend
Rutland, VT, USA   USA
1978 MG MGB V8 Conversion "B'east"
Perfect. Thanks!


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Two Bs Gold Member Kent McNeill
London, ON, Canada   CAN
This how I routed my oil line. (This is not my car in the pic)


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dtownsend Gold Member David Townsend
Rutland, VT, USA   USA
1978 MG MGB V8 Conversion "B'east"
That makes sense. Thanks!


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bleteaches6 Silver Member Lee Orphan
Bonney Lake, WA, USA   USA
I hope this helps. It's a 79

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dtownsend Gold Member David Townsend
Rutland, VT, USA   USA
1978 MG MGB V8 Conversion "B'east"
In reply to # 3889869 by bleteaches6 I hope this helps. It's a 79

Yep. Looks like it crosses over the steering column and exits through the near hole next to the heater. Too long since I gutted the car and some things are little foggy about where they went.


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