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Comfort Kit Question #706542
11/06/21 12:29 PM
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[Linked Image]
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These are the images from the Morgan 3 Wheeler Parts Book.

Question - shouldn't the two conical parts (4 & 5) go either side of the rose joint?
Why would they be made this way if only to stack on top of each other?

Is this as a mistake - views?


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Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706546
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I'll vote for a mistake...either that or I've had mine assembled wrong for about 8 years, which is always possible. 🤔

Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706563
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To be fair, it’s just an illustration of the parts to identify their corresponding part numbers. The image is from the parts book not installation instructions or an assembly manual.

To remain critical, one of the half nuts (#7) is not in correct assembly location either.

Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706574
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Actually it is unlikely to be mistake. When Bill was making the Empire kits, now sold by Krazy Horse, he also designed something similar, as the Rose Joint needs to have free movement in all directions to stop it binding at the limits of travel.

Does this sound feasible?


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Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706582
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Items 4 and 5 should go either side of the rose joint item 3, picture below. Any other way you will not get the correct angle of dangle.

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Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706586
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I think the exploded view is probably correct when we consider the perspective we’re viewing it from. Agree though, it is confusing.

Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706601
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Rog is correct and the taper will allow the full movement PaulJ mentions


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Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706623
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Rog is of course correct, unfortunately we have seen 2 cars (1xRHD, 1xLHD) with it fitted as per the diagram, i.e. rose joint end to top. This means that on full suspension droop, the track rod end hits the upper bracket and bends the corner of the bracket.....
Easily moved if not as per Rog's picture but don't forget tracking would need to be adjusted as well.

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Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: K Henry] #706627
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Originally Posted by K Henry
To be fair, it’s just an illustration of the parts to identify their corresponding part numbers. The image is from the parts book not installation instructions or an assembly manual.
To remain critical, one of the half nuts (#7) is not in correct assembly location either.


I asked the question, as at a recent meet of cars there were a mixture of assembly variations.
Given there is no manual or any assembly instructions a lot of people use the parts book and have got it wrong!

Happy that we can clarify that the parts book is wrong and Rog G's photograph is correct


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Re: Comfort Kit Question [Re: Black Adder] #706636
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I always regarded a precautionary pee bottle under the seat in case one was caught short in a traffic jam was a "comfort kit".


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