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Moss Motors MGB Triplex Windshield

MossMotors.com - replace your MGB windshield. Get the full history behind the MGB windshield and the Triplex brand.


 


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Moss Motors MGB Folding Windblocker
MossMotors.com Another Moss Motors exclusive! High quality aluminum framed mesh windblocker with a Moss-designed bracket set. The windblocker folds down when not in use, and has about 1-1/2" of vertical adjustment for a perfect fit. The brackets fit under the top frame or tonneau brackets, and installation takes just about half an hour.





Moss Motors MGA Replacement Fuel Tank
There have been many suppliers making MGA Fuel Tanks over the years, most of them being of adequate quality. Some problems were just cosmetic, other problems were more significant such as leakage. Moss Motors' Quality team decided to put an end to all of these issues and offer the best MGA Fuel Tank ever.





Valves - What order to Adjust
Adjusting your valves is an important maintenance procedure to keep your car running well. Moss Motors tech department dispel the myths.





Moss Motors MGB Stainless Steel Replacement Exhaust System
Treat your MGB to the finest, most durable Sport Exhaust System available. The beautiful Tourist Trophy polished stainless steel muffler system is custom made for the 62-74.5 MGB using the highest quality materials and workmanship.





213 MG Sealing MG Windscreens
John explains how to properly seal your MG windscreens to protect against water and weather.





194 MGB Windscreen Rubber Installation





224 MG How to Jack an MG (not stealing)





MGB Movie





MG 6 - Windshield, Doors and Fender Removal
My Brother Kevin stops by and helps me get a ton of stuff done.





Windshield cutting with Pete Hagan haganauto.com
How to cut down a windshield





HOW TO: Super Clean Your Windshield
Check out our new updated "express" version of this video: "HOW TO SUPER CLEAN YOUR WINDSHIELD... SUPER FAST!" http://youtu.be/gXS4pegAnN4 We found Rain-X, Invisible Glass and 0000 steel wool on Amazon.com. Click here to find Rain-X: http://tinyurl.com/n2st8rb Click here to find Invisible Glass: http://tinyurl.com/kws3yrh Click here to find steel wool: http://tinyurl.com/qjxyzn9 We demonstrate how to make the windshield of your RV or car cleaner and clearer. We'll show you how to improve the clarity of the glass and improve visibility. ------------------------------------------------------ UPDATE: A viewer wrote to say that he experienced some areas of scratching after trying this. I've never heard of it scratching before, so I just did a little Googling, and while there seem to be some people who question using steel wool, others swear by it. Some also think you should never us a razor blade on glass, and others do it all the time. One suggestion was to use wet steel wool (of course it will then rust, so pitch it afterwards). Another mentioned buying something called "Poli-Flex Rubberized Clayblock" for cleaning. Although I cannot guarantee that scratching is impossible, many people who've tried steel wool since seeing this video have been thrilled with the results. Either way, proceed slowly and with caution and at your own risk. ------------------------------------------------------ After a little time goes by, every windshield gets a little hazy. That goes double for autos that are towed right behind a large motorhome. Using our toad (towed car), we show you how to use fine steel wool, Rain-X and Invisible Glass to make your view just a little bit clearer. Although our car's windshield has a lot of little nicks from over 9 years of being towed around North America, we still want to keep it as clear as possible. Regular washing can't remove the fine dirt that gets into the pores of the glass, so we use a little detailer's trick that we learned years ago: 0000 steel wool. While you'd expect that steel wool would scratch the glass, it's exactly the opposite. Just like furniture makers use extra-fine steel wool to rub out the surface of the wood after each coat of stain, it polishes glass the same way. Everybody we've told about this little detailing trick seemed really surprised that steel wool does not scratch glass. NOTE: We mention using fine 0000 steel wool in this video. It is EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE, and care should be used in storing and using it. To see our video demonstrating how to start a fire using only steel wool and a 9-volt battery, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjYecQeQ7_A The intro music is my own piano performance of Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag from 1899. ************************************************************** DO YOUR RV SLIDE TOPPERS NEED REPLACING? Tough Top Awnings are thicker and stronger than OEM fabric and cost far less too! Get higher-quality fabric and save at least half the cost by replacing your slide toppers yourself. Watch RVgeeks' Slide Topper Installation Video to see how easy it is - http://youtu.be/7EXgaoRNkYg - and visit http://www.toughtopawnings.com for complete details. Be sure to tell Ray (the owner) "RVgeeks sent me!" ************************************************************** RV Geeks offers basic DIY (do it yourself) RV service, repair, maintenance and travel tips from full-time RVers who have been handling most of their own maintenance since hitting the road in 2003. Be sure to confirm that all methods and materials used are compatible with your particular recreational vehicle. Every type of motorhome, motorcoach, fifth wheel, travel trailer, bus conversion, camper and toy hauler is different, so your systems may not be the same as ours. While we're not RV technicians, we're very mechanically inclined and have learned a lot about RV systems over the years. We handle most of our own minor service, maintenance and repair work on our 2005 43' Newmar Mountain Aire diesel pusher. We also maintained our 2002 39' Fleetwood Bounder Diesel during our first two years on the road. We meet lots of newer RVers who are eager to learn some basics about maintaining and caring for their rigs. After more than 10 years on the road, we want to share what we've learned (some of it the hard way). ;-) We hope our experiences can help other RVers go DIY, saving some time, money and effort, while experiencing the satisfaction of a job well done. We do not pretend to be experts on any particular RV topic, and mostly know about maintaining our own rig. But lots of things are the same on RVs in general, and diesel pushers in particular. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching!





209 MGB 77-80 Electric Cooling Fans
John walks us through the wiring set-up for the electrical in-take fans on the '77-'80 MGBs.





147 MG Carburetter Tuning





Supercharged MGB night drive
This is my 1973 MGB. Miles are at 66,000 original, with original mallard green paint (hence the rubber duck on the dash). Me and "Ducky" are just tooling around in the cool, cold wet weather, as all ducks enjoy doing. I apologize for the swishing noise in the video; I edited out as much as I could. I will also post a daytime video soon, work and weather permitting. Modifications to the car are as follows: -1"lowering springs -Peco Exhaust and header -Fidanza 9lb aluminum flywheel from Hap Waldrop (www.acmespeedshop.com) -Sean Brown "fast road" cylinder head (www.flowspeed.com) -Oversized intake valves -Eaton M45 Supercharger from Moss Motors (www.mossmotors.com) -2.60" diameter Supercharger pulley from Moss Motors (www.MossMotors.com) -HIF6 SU carb from Moss Motors (www.mossmotors.com) -Oval K&N filter from David Anton (www.aptfast.com) -Pertronix Ignitor electronic ignition with Flame Thrower coil -Distributor rebuilt and recurved to facilitate supercharging by Jeff Schlemmer (www.advanceddistributors.com) She isn't a speed demon, but she has surprised many people who don't expect so much from an old, fussy, British car. Traction was limited by the weather and my right foot, since I didn't want a speeding ticket. Also, thank you to all the guys (and gals) at www.mgexperience.net, for all of their help and support they offer on keeping these little beasts on the road.





MGB GT Rebuild Timelapse
650+ hour (and hundreds of cups of tea) rebuild of my 78' MGB GT along with some alpine shenanigans





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