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Historic Racing - MG Midget 1098

Historic Race in MG Midget 1098 from 1963. Racing in the Danish championship for App. K GT & Std cars up to 1965


 


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In this video, we demonstrate how to rebuild a Sprite and Midget rear end. This rebuild uses the MMKT0529 Drum Brake Rebuild Kit from Spridget Mania. It also uses the DIF147K Rear Wheel Bearing Kits. Links for these items are listed below. In part two of this video (link near the end), we show you how to rebuild your differential. Part 2 of this Rear End Rebuild video series can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9yKWKV8poc Rear Drum Brake Rebuild Kit: http://www.spridgetmania.com/part/MMKT0529/SPRITE-MIDGET-REAR-DRUM-BRAKE-RE BUILD-KIT Rear Wheel Bearing Kits: http://www.spridgetmania.com/part/DIF147K/Rear-Axle-Wheel-Bearing-Kit-W--Se als-Sprite-Midget-Morris-1-Side Connect with Spridget Mania: Web: http://www.spridgetmania.com Web: http://www.minimania.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/minimania Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/minimania_com Google +: http://plus.google.com/109690635628067357029/posts Email: info@minimania.com Or give us a call today toll free at (800) 946-2642





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