I took this thing off the inside right fender on my 1970 GT about 15 years ago. What is it? (Tope side / bottom side) ... See MoreSee Less
11 hours ago
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Looks like part of an A.C. compressor clutch plate to me.
Thanks for the add!Does anyone have a pre '77 (smaller diameter) Electric Tach they'd be willing to part with?Thanks.Here's a photo of my '64 B ... See MoreSee Less
18 hours ago
Awesome B 👍👍
MG 2018 update. We now have 170 registrations. Things are filling up we only have about 100 banquets tickets remaining. We have opened up reservations at the adjacent Courtyard Marriott, which is only 100 yards from the Wyndham and the MG 2018 special rate of $129.00 per night applies. ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
And plans are underway for historic Adventure trip for anyone that wants to ride in a group will form up in Charlotte North Carolina and have one overnight on the way to Gettysburg enjoying our way along the Appalachian mountains
It’s going to be a great time 👍👍
Strange clinking noise coming from bell housing when I release the clutch or accelerate in gear with clutch engaged. More like a popping noise. Anybody got any ideas. New T9 conversion with plenty of clearance in tunnel. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Actually in MGA 62
I’d have to hear the noise. Did it start after the 5 Speed install. I would at first suspect the throw out bearing. When you say the clutch is engaged I assume you mean that pedal is out and car is in gear. What happens if you push in the clutch when the noise starts?
It only makes the noise momentarily under load while driving.
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