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Classic Morgans
25/10/20 04:26 PM
A short journey to visit family with a quick photo stop to capture some autumn colours.
Bright and sunny on the way there but colder for the return trip.

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Classic Morgans
25/10/20 04:25 PM
Originally Posted by B3MOG
Francis, try swapping them around, the splined end gets slightly worn in the direction of travel therefore always fit nearside to nearside and offside to offside.

David Byrne

The shafts are different lengths on a BTR axle
The shorter one goes in the near side

Francis’ car also has non standard axle shafts, because it is fitted with an early iteration of the floating axle kit
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Maintenance & Servicing
25/10/20 04:21 PM
Classic Mini's use the FS series too & don't tend to command inflated Morgan parts prices|Back%20to%20search
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Vehicle Talk (non-Morgan)
25/10/20 04:20 PM
Originally Posted by howard
This is mine - I wonder what yours is.

1/ 2 seats and open top with eception made for 911 on basis that its rear seats arent useable.

That's my Morgan out then......
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The Malvern Arms
25/10/20 04:10 PM
Many thanks for posting the link to Bill`s tribute Brian. I got to know of Bill`s importance relative to Morgan importation to the US through the MSCC`s DG and eMog over quite a number of years, his work creating LPG fuelled Morgans in a work around ever increasing emission regulations and his MogVette design and build using a Corvette engine in a Trad Morgan... Seems there were many interesting pages in the book of Bills life, so sorry to read that it ended so soon.

I did not watch Tcherek`s tribute being too much of a softie and having read of it bringing tears to the eyes of some. I chatted back and forth with Tcherek over the years who was kind enough to post some pics of my European trips on her web site and even used a couple of my pics in the ISIS calendar over the years... Very much a Morgan family with a prominent member now missing, a great pity.
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Classic Morgans
25/10/20 04:05 PM
Is it the 'performance model' grin2
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The Malvern Arms
25/10/20 04:04 PM
Originally Posted by Paul F
The feeling that comes with the last mortgage payment is unbeatable. Our goal when we married was to be mortgage free and retired at 56. Made mortgage freedom at 58 and retirement at 60.

That sounds awfully like spending your young life wishing you were old!
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Morgan PlusSix (CX-Generation Vehicles)
25/10/20 04:04 PM
Originally Posted by John V6
I find it amazing that Morgan can't make a working fuel gauge. I remember Charles Morgan dodging the question by 3 wheeler owners years ago.

Yes, especially as there's at least one specialist who makes an electronic gizmo that cures all gauge to sender to tank shape inaccuracies for about £40
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The Malvern Arms
25/10/20 04:00 PM
While I remember voices very well but I am rather mediocre at face recognition, Diana could work as a cold case profiler for the police. I asked, who is that, in less than 0.1 seconds later she said without any effort, Peter, "you can see that immediately".
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Morgan Three Wheeler
25/10/20 03:49 PM
Originally Posted by britmog
Last month I was told by Charlie at S&S I had purchased the last of the cam sets off the shelf, there were no roller rockers available then!!!

How do you like the cams? Or are you waiting for the rockers?
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Maintenance & Servicing
25/10/20 03:34 PM
Cain is fitting the kit to Belle on Tuesday.
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The Malvern Arms
25/10/20 03:21 PM
A big congrats to Lewis driven with class and conviction, it was nice to see his mechanic Bono on the podium as well .
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The Malvern Arms
25/10/20 03:20 PM
Originally Posted by Budster
My hangover has finally subsided.

Sandy Park - North Terrace, Block B.

You only had to mention it and we could have put you up for the night, don't like to think of you missing the match and sleeping rough at Sandy park laugh2
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Maintenance & Servicing
25/10/20 03:19 PM
Robbie it was cheap one of ebay.
Sadly I can't search purchase history far back enough to find it.
Here is a

[Linked Image sorry about the glare from the polished bonnet.
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Maintenance & Servicing
25/10/20 03:18 PM
After getting through several batteries bought from Halfords, I went for a Optima Red Top bought on eBay (new).

It has not let me down in 10 years.

One of the times the battery failed, I drove home from work perfectly fine. Stopped briefly at home, then when I jumped back in the car... Nothing.
Measured the battery, 2V. I suppose a cell's connection had failed.

I'm guessing that Morgans have a significantly different vibration profile to standard cars, and this causes frequent failures. So far, the spiral AGM battery has been perfect.
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Classic Morgans
25/10/20 03:18 PM
I tried to remove steering column plastic shroud this morning on my 2000 Morgan plus 8 to cover in leather.I removed the 3 screws from underneath the shroud and separated the 2 halves but the bottom part I am having trouble get over the lift lever that raises and lowers the steering wheel as lever is bigger then the slot opening on the shroud.Any help would be appreciated also going to replace the airbag steering wheel with the new mot lita wheel I just got and boss after I deactivate airbag.
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Morgan Aero 8, 2012< Plus 8, SuperSports, Coupe & Aeromax
25/10/20 01:18 PM
Originally Posted by KEVFITZ
Ah ok..that explains the Clarence headlights !!!

It is advertised as S3 !!

SimonH..the Morgan Oracle !!!!...hee hee

I always thought those headlights were an appalling design fault. Perhaps they would look better swapped and moved to the outside of the mudguards.
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Morgan Aero 8, 2012< Plus 8, SuperSports, Coupe & Aeromax
25/10/20 01:09 PM
Originally Posted by Ale_72
Thanks. Yes, I have been told that the one behind has a pretty precise cornering, but it's definitely too heavy. Looks like a GTR laugh

Corners as though it was on rails?
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Classic Morgans
25/10/20 01:04 PM
Originally Posted by Graham, G4FUJ
If you are a member of the MSCC they also have a register.
Possibly not quite as comprehensive as MMC, but they might be able to give you another pointer. smile

Thanks Graham. I'd been wondering about joining. Seems a better use for my "grey" pounds!
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Morgan Aero 8, 2012< Plus 8, SuperSports, Coupe & Aeromax
25/10/20 12:50 PM
Hi Aerotaff

I've not had a problem with the oil gauge thankfully. I know the fans come on & I've used an infrared heat gun to check when they do come un (can't remember the reading now but it was within the generally accepted range).

If it isn't the gauge or the sensor I'm not sure what it could be. The Morgan specialist did a fault diagnosis & ruled out the ECU being at fault. The gauge only gives any find of sensible reading on a trailing throttle, otherwise it flickers wildly of just rests on the needle stop at the bottom.

At least I know it does not overheat, but it would be good to know what is going on with the coolant temp
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Morgan Aero 8, 2012< Plus 8, SuperSports, Coupe & Aeromax
25/10/20 12:45 PM
Hat's off to anyone who bought a sportster a stunning looking car, quite a few have been converted with screen and roof though.
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The Malvern Arms
25/10/20 12:34 PM
Seems somehow appropriate for the times.

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Classic Morgans
25/10/20 12:19 PM
I fitted brake reaction bars a couple weeks ago to ‘Morgie’ & can say that the front-end chassis/body ‘flex’ has virtually gone - not saying that the whole thing is now rigid though; that’s not the objective of fitting them, but, for this thread, it may help 🤷🏼‍♂️!
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Morgan Three Wheeler
25/10/20 12:18 PM
OK, has anyone tried a steam engine? Lots of torque.
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Vehicle Talk (non-Morgan)
25/10/20 10:31 AM
Originally Posted by Richard Wood
Interesting cute little car Peter.

BTW I believe Duillio also owned at least one Motocarro. The one I remember had a tipper body. Something like this Guzzi Ercole.

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Would you know what happened to it?

Richard. I asked Alis. As I suspected he sold plenty of them but never personally owned one.
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