The stock setup will give you an outside wheel angle of about However, there was someone in the UK that might be still making their version available. Information On Car and Truck. Simply choose your marque from the selection below, then your model and finally the category of parts you are. It will not be as sticky as the glue gun glue, so even better in so far as shearing goes Thanks Steve, it looks like there is even a flaming river rep' nearby. Car is still not completed yet so the rack is untested. A heater was an optional extra.
The round rear-wheel arches were now square again, to increase the body strength. Still, if you are planning this conversion on a four cylinder MGB just to ease the steering effort, you should test drive one first. That would be exactly right. The original 'frogeye' Sprite had been introduced specifically to fill the gap in the market left by the end of production of the MG T-type Midget as its replacement, the MGA had been a significantly larger and more expensive car with greater performance.
The interesting thing is that I used the pinion shaft from a supposed '76 and the rack from my '71 and ended up with the '71 high gearing a bit twitchy at speed perhaps, but it'll keep me awake on the highway. The last home-market cars were painted black. Still, if you are planning this conversion on a four cylinder MGB just to ease the steering effort, you should test drive one first. The MG Experience www.
If they say it is I will report back after some miles on it. Got a new Moss steering rack in today. A car with the cc engine was tested by the British magazine The Motor in and had a top speed of The increased displacement of the new engine was better able to cope with the increasing emission regulations. ClayJ Clay Johnston Mt. Does anyone have any specifics?