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#517455 - 13/06/18 03:56 PM Re: Morgan 4/4 1972 Steering Box [Re: Button]
Mark Turner Offline
It took 37 Years!
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Registered: 24/03/15
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Loc: Petersfield, Hampshire
Just to complete the story, the steering box was sent to Terry at GEE Ltd last Tuesday and arrived back at The Workshop, Finchdean (thanks Ian W for the recommendation) on Monday having been rebushed.

The car now drives much better than it has done at anytime since I bought it = £400 well spent, I think.

Incidentally, Mark Williams was saying that he had three Morgans on site at The Workshop on Wednesday - becoming something of a resource locally where official dealers are thin on the ground.

Mark

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#517461 - 13/06/18 04:37 PM Re: Morgan 4/4 1972 Steering Box [Re: Mark Turner]
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That is very good service and cost effective.
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