|right side floor - before|
- brakes (link)
- fuse box (link)
- master cylinder / pedal box removal (link)
- engine mounts (link)
- rebuilt the front suspension (link 1, 2, 3, 4) including front wheel bearings, etc
- new seat belts, rear suspension rebound straps, fixed the brake lights (no links)
|left side floor - before|
Prognosis: fair, but will require some work to have them sealed up. Replacement suggested.
With the limited space in the garage, K2 had to perform some gymnastics to get after the bolts holding the driver seat in, but once removed, he made quick work of the carpet and we cleared the sound deadener much faster as well. Unfortunately, as "okay-ish" as the passenger floor was, the driver floor was pretty bad. There were multiple small holes and the sound deadener came out so easily because of the heavy rust underneath it. Upon further examination, the floor around one of the nuts for the seat had cracks in it.
Prognosis: This floor was toast. Replacement required.
Decision made: we'll replace both pans, one at a time, and hopefully have the MG road-able before the next rainy season starts.
Weld or Glue
That's it for today's appetizer of a post. More to come on this topic for sure. Thanks for following along.