1961 MGA 1600
We reinstalled the freshly-rebuilt clutch slave cylinder and new clutch hose on the transmission and installed a new pushrod and clevis pin to attach it to the throw-out fork.
We began disassembly of the rear brakes and have removed the axles in preperation for axle seal/gasket replacement. We always recommend this service whenever the rear brakes are being serviced as the incremental cost is very low to renew these seals and keep your rear brakes free of oil for years to come.
We also replaced the failed SU fuel pump with a new unit. While rebuildable, we've not been convinced of the quality of the rebuild parts available at this time for SU fuel pumps. Their cost along with the associated labor to rebuild the pumps makes new pumps the better choice for long-term reliability.