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MG MGF Technical - Door Alignment
I have a 96 MGF and the door needs realigning as it has dropped slightly.I did a tempory bodge by removing the door and got it near, but it really needs adjusting with the door in situ. I assume the nearside wing would need to be removed to get at the bolts. Is this so? and how easy is this. I'm talking aroud 1/16 of an inch ie. 2-3 millimetre.
|Sorry, pedantic head on but....|
1/16 of an inch is more like 1.6mm (approx) :)
|Thanks Paul for the help on measurement,I'll substitute my figures for, small amount, or nats cod,but I still can't get at the bolts.I also apologise to any English professors for missing the n out of around and to our american friends for putting a s instead of a z in apologise. In my defense, I am typingly challenged.|
Still can't get at the bolts!
Turn wheel full lock for access to wheel arch liner screws.
Remove 3 screws and 3 scrivets securing wheel arch liner.
Remove wheel arch liner to gain access to hinge bolts.
|After removing liner as described by our very able JT you will find tucked in a fold of the inner wing a book on typing skills and metric/imperial conversion tables - these are for some more important than tips on how to put right a fault on the *F*:-)|
|Many thanks, John and Ted. If It ever stops Raining, I'll give it a go. Although in the past I have had a 59 MGA and a 74 mgb roadster, I was a little tentative about attacking a|
|Sorry Clive, I did not mean to come over as being nasty or anything - wish I could have helped TBQH. As I said just me being pedantic. ;-)|
This thread was discussed between 08/10/2000 and 10/10/2000
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