Steering hard to turn 8. As Guy says, check the little pinch bolt at the bottom of the column where it attaches to the steering rack pinion. There's a sliding yoke part on the column that seems to be connected to something, I'm trying to figure out what it is. Kindest regards, John V Bragg. I've searched for some time to find someone with a similar problem, but I have yet to find anyone with the same symptoms. If I remember right, I think that ring was permanently attached. Either that or perhaps it is squished flat in the photo?
The MG Experience
They all smell the same. Jul 21, When I did my column some years ago I did manage to find ball bearings that were the same, or very close to original size - so they can be found. Weather protection - 4 out of 10 - Older cars have a build your own top and can be a bother. Edited 2 time s. Just as a point of order, it's generally better to ask a new question specific to your problem, than resurrect a long dead thread which doesn't really focus on it. I believe I used PTex sp?
MG, Triumph, Austin Healey, Sunbeam Parts & Accessories - Victoria British, Ltd.
A much lower reading could indicate the presence of several faults, the worst of which is probably worn bearings. Brakes - 5 out of 10 - Good by late 50's early 60's standards, but not by today's. I was about to buy a new one from Moss. Sign In with Facebook.
Victoria British Ltd.
Description: And reliability of one model is no better than that of any other model. One, the outer tube is basically a hollow tube with a modified socket to receive the inner shaft. If you fuel pump doesn't ever quit running, it's either not the original SU pump, or there's a leak of some sort somewhere. There are two recesses around the inner shaft in the area where it fits into the outer tube. That is a starting point for you.