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MG TA Tyres

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    MG TA Recommended Tyres

  1. 450x19 Ensign B5
    4.50x19 Ensign B5

    Starting at £165.60 £138.00

  2. 450x19 Waymaster Thirty
    4.50x19 Waymaster Thirty
  3. 450x19 3-Stud Ensign Racing
    4.50x19 3-Stud Ensign Racing

    Starting at £262.80 £219.00

  4. Michelin 19MFR Central Valve Inner Tube
    Michelin 19MFR Central Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £16.80 £14.00

  5. Race Tube ( Metal Valve Stem) 450-500X19
    Race Inner Tube ( Metal Valve Stem) 450-500X19

    Starting at £45.60 £38.00

  6. Other Options for MG TA Tyres

  7. 450x19 Dunlop B5
    4.50 x 19 Dunlop B5
  8. 450x19 Excelsior
    4.50 x 19 Excelsior

    Starting at £129.60 £108.00

  9. 450 x 19 T/T Classic Roadmaster
    4.50 x 19 T/T Classic Roadmaster
  10. 400/450x19 Michelin D.R
    4.00/4.50 x 19 Michelin D.R.

    Starting at £324.00 £270.00

  11. 450H19 Excelsior Comp
    4.50 H 19 Excelsior Comp

    Starting at £175.20 £146.00

  12. 400/450x19 Longstone
    4.00/4.50 x 19 Longstone

    Starting at £130.80 £109.00

  13. Jeu de 4 400/450x19 Longstone
    Set of 4 4.00/4.50 x19 Longstone

    Starting at £504.00 £420.00

  14. Jeu de 5 400/450x19 Longstone
    Set of 5 4.00/4.50-19 Longstone

    Starting at £624.00 £520.00

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History of the MG TA

In 1936, the TA Midget replaced the PB. It was a development of the previous car, with a track that was 3 inches wider at 45 inches and a wheelbase that was 7 inches longer at 94 inches. The previous advanced overhead-cam inline-four engine had been replaced with the MPJG OHV unit from the Wolseley Ten, but with twin SU carburettors, a redesigned camshaft, and manifolding. The engine was 1292 cc, with a stroke of 4.0 inches, and a power output of 50 horsepower when at 4,500 rpm. The four-speed manual gearbox now had synchromesh on the top two gears and was coupled to the engine via an oil-filled cork-faced clutch. In contrast to the PB, hydraulic brakes were equipped with 9-inch drums.

Most were two-seat open vehicles with a steel body on an ash frame, similar to the PB. A bench-style seat with storage space behind was installed. With a 0–60 mph timing of 23.1 seconds, the T-type was capable of hitting over 80 mph in a normal tune. Allan Tomlinson, driving an MG TA, won the Australian Grand Prix handicap in 1939. There were 3,003 built, and it cost £222 on the home market in 1936, the same as the PB. When it was initially released, the model was designated as the T Type, and it wasn't until the TB that the TA designation was used.

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