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grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
Still need those pics! winking smiley



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1147cc Silver Member Douglas Hansen
Westminster, SC, USA   USA
Im working on 2 1200 Heralds in my shop now but dont think Ive ever seen a 948 Herald so I dont know the differences.
I do have a Ten with the 948 so Im guessing those drivetrain and brake parts would be the same.

cant wait to see pics thumbs up



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Herald948 Andrew Mace
East Nassau, upstate NY, USA   USA
In reply to # 1456567 by 1147cc Im working on 2 1200 Heralds in my shop now but dont think Ive ever seen a 948 Herald so I dont know the differences.
I do have a Ten with the 948 so Im guessing those drivetrain and brake parts would be the same.

They're very similar, although most 10s seen in the US had 7" drum brakes front and rear, while Heralds -- even the 948s -- had a "massive" upgrade to 8" from drums, with 9" front disc brakes becoming a later option. And yes, there's a lot of similarity and interchangeability between 10 and 948 Herald drivetrains as well.

Beyond that, there are countless changes between the first 948 Herald series and the later 1200 series. Much like the VW Beetle back then, the look stayed pretty much the same, but many, many parts changed.

In reply to # 1456567 by 1147cc cant wait to see pics thumbs up
Same here...along with "the numbers"! smiling smiley



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MGB77Muskegon Timothy R
Muskegon, Michigan, USA   USA
OK, finally got the Herald out of the trailer. Here are 2 pictures. Just getting the garage floor painted and setting up the garage before I start the restoration of the Herald.


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