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  • Fitted front ball joints. Easy job.

    Just ensure that the socket you use has been ground/turned to the socket faces. Many socket have a radius before the socket faces, and as the MG Ball joints have quite a thin hex on the joint, damage to the joints hex before it is removed may give you a problem.
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  • Fisher thanked the user Keymaster in the forum post, MG TF Suspension Arms
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  • Update for those who are interested.

    Crash bar armature easy to remove: 2 lower bolts two upper nuts each side. Also helps if you free headlights to enable access to upper nuts.

    Whilst doing this. Had a moment of inspiration (I think). It would save a lot of time if the longitudinal member has an inspection cut into it near to the nut on the upper arm shaft. I do not think the member is structual (but could be wrong). The access opening could be close with a steel plate.

    If this was posiible would save removing bumper etc. Naturally too late for me now!

    Thoughts please.

    Robert
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  • Just spoke to Rimmers the new design Suspension arm is a Chinese update, usually put on the LE 500, as you indicated Kevin.

    So happy there is not a problem. As far as torquing the nuts, they could not offer a tourque setting, and suggested, loctiting the threads.

    Thanks again and hope this helps others in the future.

    Robert
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  • Fisher created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Hi All I am relacing the front upper suspention arms on my 2004 TF.

    Ordered the arts from Rimmer and they have sent the ones shown below. The Drivers side is as on the car, so not problem, but the passender is not the same as on the car but shown as correct in their catelogue.

    Before I talk to them tomorrow what are your thoughts?

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