[Mgs] 1967 MGB-GT Master Cylinders
dan.dibiase at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 14:33:09 MST 2017
LOL, funny you mention FB, there is actually a pretty busy FB group called
MGB Appreciation Society. The NAMGBR page is also pretty active, as well as
a page dedicated to selling parts. But nice to see activity popping here as
I've been in the process of a career change since leaving my former
employer of 36+ years at the end of June, so haven't done anything with
either of my cars at all this year. My '76 needs a rough-running diagnosis
and the '65 continues to be a pile of parts. And of course now it's too
chilly to work in the garage. But now that I'm starting my new course I
should be able to get back to work when the warmer weather arrives.
Central NJ USA
On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 2:33 PM, David F. Darby via Mgs <mgs at autox.team.net>
> It’s good to see some new chatter on this list. Did everyone go off to
> FaceBook or something?
> I’m preparing to replace both the brake master cylinder and the clutch
> master cylinder. I’ve not done this job on the MGB (1967 GT, single
> circuit) before and I’m not quite sure how to proceed. The workshop manual
> just says to disengage the pedals, disconnect the pipes, and remove the
> fixing bolts. The space around the hydraulic lines and the cylinder fixing
> bolts is very tight and I’m having trouble making my arthritic hands work
> in there. Has anyone done this before and have any useful tips?
> Thanks for any help.
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