Member Page: Sean Kivler
Member ID: fasurveyorStatus: Free Member
Rock Hill, SC, USA
Member Since: 2009-09-13
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2014-03-31 21:06
Forum Activity: 2013-04-14 10:51
Forum Posts: 269
"Novice Wrench" and first time owner of '75 MGB. Vehicle has 18V797 Series engine; retrofitted with Dual HIF4 Carb system and manifold. Has FED evaporation cannister and other odd hoses on manifold that have been blocked by screws, but missing other EPA components. Has manual center shift 4spd w/ OD actuated on column.
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1975 MG MGB
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Posted on: Tuesday February 22, 2011
Due to my relocation away from SC last summer, I've elected to leave this vehicle and about $3000 in brand spanking new parts and professionally refurbed Leycock Blue Label OD. It was a dificult and painful decision, but it was necessary... Interested parties should call Bonnie Wright (803) in Rock Hill, SC. (listed under Kenneth) This will make somebody an excellent "project car" and has a lot of the elbow grease allready invested. Paint the motorspace and the trunk and reassemble! As t...
Posted on: Tuesday August 24, 2010
Talk about redundant effort and obstacles that try one's soul! Today while the weather bids to be cooler for a while, and practically no humidity, I've decided to get back into the open car port and take on the task of refurbing my fluid lines again... For the 3d time! I suppose if it wasn't such a tedious and PITA and require so much "elbow grease" I wouldn't mind it so much. I hate spending a whole day on one "pipe"... I can't afford to buy new ones, so I have no other option. As usual I'...
Posted on: Thursday August 19, 2010
I hate to admit it; but I haven't done anything with my "B" since early May. Bonnie has since retired (in early January). She has had 3 surgical procedures between February and March, requiring my immediate attention during her long term rehab. Consequently I've had to put the "B" on the back burner for too long. The onset of the hot weather here in SC has only further exacerbated my frustration. Having experienced two earlier episodes of heat injury, Iâ€™m know I'm too vulnerable to...
Posted on: Monday May 3, 2010
Sunday from 10am to 8PM was spent taking out, dismantling and cleaning the steering rack. My ambition, weather permitting, is to completely clean, grease, install two new "boots" and paint the steering rack prior to reinstallation. Disassembly from the car required a loaner of a "Ball Joint Separator" from AutoZone. Paid the $16 deposit and three taps with the hammer and the passenger side came out. Initial inspection showed that the driver's side Tie Rod End was not OEM. Upon returnin...
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