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  • sworkscooper created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Today is Yorkshire day and to celebrate, my wife and I plus our Mini spent the afternoon at Upper Poppleton just outside York at a private  event in aid of The Young Minds charity organised by The Retro torque car club and held in the paddock of one of the members. The weather held off so 30 + cars were able to be on display. My personal favourites were the gorgeous E types but I think if pushed to be practical I would chose the MGB Roadster in Yellow or the cute Frogeyed sprites.
    John 
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  • Cobber replied to the topic boot attachment in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Sounds like a load of bollocks to me! The spare isn't all that heavy
    Mind you I only ever have it on the rack when I've got stuff in it's place up front.
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  • David Aiketgate replied to the topic Badges in MGF/TF Pitstop
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  • sworkscooper replied to the topic Badges in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Hi . Well being colour blind myself, I have to rely on my wife to confirm.    .  Both front and rear badges on F and TF up to 2005 were maroon and cream with the Chinese built versions being black and chrome. 
    John 
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  • Bertl replied to the topic Badges in MGF/TF Pitstop
    whatever you like best! 
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  • Bob thanked the user Bertl in the forum post, boot attachment
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  • Cobber replied to the topic boot attachment in MGF/TF Pitstop
    I have a proper boot rack, it's removable (not that I bother)
    When I need extra luggage space, I put the spare tyre on the boot rack (who cares if the spare gets wet and it's less attractive to thieves) and my luggage in the spare tyre well.
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  • David Aiketgate thanked the user Roverlike in the forum post, fuse 6
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  • Fisher created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Hi All. We all have added electrical parts to our cars, Driving lights, Spotlights, Garmin etc. I have, and it appears also the previous owner. However, looking under the centre dash the maze of unknown wires, spliced, and unknow origin, is a little concerting. So decided to remove and start again. As we all need a switched or unswitched (I prefer switched) supply this is where I will start. I was thinking about fitting a common live/not live. junction box/connector block  with perhaps 6 connectors you could tap from. So, would you:

    1 Use a terminal block (household wiring type) or fancy junction box?
    2. Where would you take the live feed from? Where would you take the non-live feed from? And what AMP rated cable would you use?
    3. Would you fuse to the teminal block, again what AMP fuse.
    4. Where would you suggest this block/tetrminal is located?

    Naturally each connection from the block/terminal would be individually fused.

    Finally, when connecting any accessory to the block/terminal what AMP wiring would you use i.e. 8, 10 15 AMP auto cabeling?

    As you can see from my questions I am not an electrical expert, but wish to standardize my wiring for safety and any future owner.

    Found this online. Look OK for my application.

    Rob

     
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  • Roverlike replied to the topic fuse 6 in MGF/TF Pitstop



    talkingcars wrote:

    Which model?
    Different models have different fuse boxes.
    Different fuseboxes use fuse 6 to control different circuits.

    So

    Which model please?

    Pektron model MG TF does not use Fuse number 6 at all. Lucas models MG F and MG TF all use Fuse number 6 to...
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