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A Better Fuse Block

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Monday April 3, 2017 8:28 AM


fuse block

fuse block

adaptor terminal

adaptor terminal

IMG 1598

IMG 1598

IMG 0745 2

IMG 0745[2]

IMG 0746 1

IMG 0746[1]




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2017-04-09 10:09:45 # 41515
Comment by Jim Baumberger
I also installed an ATC fuse box on my B GT after going through two of the original types from the usual suppliers. Mine isn't a show car; just a reliable driver, so I have no problem with using later non-original components. Wish the suppliers would offer a better quality original-type fuse box or an ATC type that mirrors the original setup.
2017-04-09 12:25:05 # 41516
Comment by charles durning
Yep, seems it would be easy enough ti hide ATC fuses inside of the original looking box. Until someone does I will continue with the ATC fuse box I can find.

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Throttle Shaft Bushing Solution

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Thursday November 24, 2016 9:49 AM


IMG 0721 1

IMG 0721[1]




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Rated 7 out of 10 based on 1 ratings
2016-11-29 12:22:14 # 38759
Comment by Tim G
Same wear on mine...nice solution.
2016-11-29 12:22:45 # 38760
Comment by Tim G
Rating: 7/10
Same wear on mine...nice solution.
2016-11-29 12:40:56 # 38762
Comment by charles durning
Tim,It made all of the difference in the world for me. It's been in there for about 3 years with no ill effects. IIRC the nylon bushing was for the automagic shift linkage on a GM car.

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Relocate The Fuel Pump To The Rear

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The Morris Minor Forum
Saturday April 2, 2016 7:52 PM


Isolators to reduce noise

Isolators to reduce noise

Mr Gasket 42S pump that failed

Mr Gasket 42S pump that failed

Bullet proof Facet pump with filter

Bullet proof Facet pump with filter




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2016-04-17 20:26:04 # 33849
Comment by Glenn Keay
Hi i had much the same problem my had been fitted with a Facet pump . This was noisy and also these pumps were designed to push not lift, if you leave them in the original possie they will tend to cavitate and not draw. I did the same and fitted the pump to the rear but added an in line filter. These pumps come with a set of insulaters fitted. I also fitted a switch so that i can turn the pump off if i an working on the electrics , saves power.

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DIY Z Magnette Header

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Tuesday March 1, 2016 9:25 AM


manifold header

manifold header

original header

original header

header

header

header installed

header installed

exhaust routing from front

exhaust routing from front

flex

flex

tail pipe

tail pipe




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Midget Exhaust Manifold On Morris Minor

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Friday February 26, 2016 9:35 AM


IMG 0461

IMG 0461

late midget

late midget

pipe1

pipe1

pipe2

pipe2

IMG 0462

IMG 0462




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Clutch Linkage Modification

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The Morris Minor Forum
Sunday February 14, 2016 7:26 AM


clutck linkage

clutck linkage

IMG 0457

IMG 0457

IMG 0458

IMG 0458




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2016-02-20 14:05:12 # 32275
Comment by Tim Clackett
Thanks for posting; this looks very good. Is this easy to do with off the shelf parts? Are plans available?
2016-02-20 20:02:04 # 32288
Comment by charles durning
Tim,Sorry no plans. Just 3) 5/16" heim joints and a piece of 5/16-24 piece of all thread. Should be available at any auto parts or industrial supply. Cut to length and install. That's it.
2016-03-07 09:46:41 # 32670
Comment by Dean Merrill
Thank you ! I will check into it...

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