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MGC Rebuild

Michael Lippmann   CAN — Posted on The MG Experience
Tuesday January 24, 2017 9:21 AM


Rear bracket bolted to bunper mounts

Rear bracket bolted to bunper mounts

Front brackets 1 4 x 1 1 4 steel brackets

Front brackets - 1/4" x 1 1/4" steel brackets

Rear roll over 2 layers of 3 4 plywood bolted

Rear roll over - 2 layers of 3/4" plywood - bolted in place

Front roll over bolted on 2 5 16 x 2 1 2 bol

Front roll over bolted on - 2 - 5/16" x 2 1/2" bolts each bracket

Rear axle dropped out

Rear axle dropped out

My note book for all the small reminders

My note book for all the small reminders!

Rear axle having the rolling trolley acroos that

Rear axle - having the rolling trolley acroos that bay is great and saves my back!

Mounted on the work table I built last fall that

Mounted on the work table I built last fall - that was a great investment in time and materials as this table is extremely handy - I will never have another static work bench again!

Rear brakes other than surface rust from sitting

Rear brakes - other than surface rust from sitting for 30+ years all is re-useable

Rear drums are new again other than very light s

Rear drums are new - again other than very light surface rust - will do a clean up of the inside of the drums and sand blast and paint the exterior of the drums and re-use!




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