|07-28-2015 11:27 AM|
Thanks.I used the musings of another as well.
|07-27-2015 08:15 PM|
very nice on the bike turn signals.....I cant take credit for coming up with the idea only following the well written instructions from Barney Gaylord the MGA guru. it was a fun project
|07-27-2015 01:51 PM|
|07-27-2015 10:25 AM|
this is the turn signal relay ,this car has one rear light with the dual filament bulb,one filament for lights and one for brake/turn signal , this is the relay so the brake lights get interrupted when braking and using the turn signal. it also seperately uses the regular style cylindrical three prong flasher to make the turn signal flash
|07-26-2015 04:55 PM|
|Loose Ctrl||That's so cool.Is this the charging regulator rectifier relay,or power distribution relay?|
|07-26-2015 03:55 PM|
all the soldering is done and now to test the relays to see if they work.....and they do
and done with the hard part now just to clean up the screw in connectors
|07-26-2015 02:17 PM|
good time to post some pictures on todays efforts while the epoxy is drying
cut and stripped to length with a black mark on end that's goes to the base
I cut mine more flush and closer to the plate then Barney did and he used a slot to solder the wire where I used the tab. ( why you ask because I skipped reading his first page, if I were to do it again I would do it his way it makes soldering easier) I did leave in place the bottom of the magnetic coils and just trimmed them, with the grinder
epoxyed in place
sand, prime and paint the top cover in a stainless steel paint
now back to finishing the project
|07-25-2015 04:23 PM|
when momma was out I slipped in a little work in, making an old relay into new style relay. I am following Barneys write up and I used a grinder with a thin cut off wheel.
and the final trial fit
|06-28-2015 06:37 PM|
I'm sure that brings a smile to your face.
Getting colour on panels is a sign you're close to the end.
|06-28-2015 04:33 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||Like tht coor ,looking great.|
|06-28-2015 03:51 PM|
the goal today was to paint the two rear fenders and doors, but after the first coat of paint one of the doors I stopped painting that one because I saw some dings, I am not looking for perfection but you cant ignore the big things.
an easy way to hold the filter
why did I think there would be no more welding? two pin holes
everything got primed with high build primer and then wet sanded with 400
three coats or base and three coats of gloss
|06-27-2015 05:51 PM|
thanks, my 1954 TF had the wood.....I know it well
rain rain rain.....a make shift canopy so the blowing rain wouldn't invade the garage and to give me some more work space
two tasks today.....make doors flat....and remove rear fenders
yes that's water
we are on track for some painting tomorrow....
|06-27-2015 04:38 PM|
Wonderful and Thanks
I have spent many hours following your journey.
I just wanted to say "thank you". First for saving the MGA and second for sharing your journey.
I have spent 45 years on my project, 1952 MG-TD, and have encountered some but not all of the hazards you have, and one you haven't. The TD has a wooden frame.
Good luck on the completion and I will be tuning in often.
|06-26-2015 07:55 PM|
Have you ever tried any Feather Fill primer ,,it is thick when sprayed on but sands good ,Fast Fill on imperfections and saves LOTS of sanding and extra work,,Just saying
Your work is looking good followed since beginning ,just don't comment often because I know you don't have time to answer all these post ,
|06-26-2015 07:20 PM|
i seem to have run short of time.....
tools of the trade....the saying goes fingers are for picking, hands are for holding and blocks are for sanding....
I think I am pretty much done on the rear fenders
now to the doors
sand sand sand
And just keep sanding until the filler is all smooth
and to continue tomorrow
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