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aussieflygal Michelle Whitehead

Michelle Whitehead

Member ID: aussieflygal
Status: Free Member
Centralia, WA, USA   USA
Member Since: 2012-03-17
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2016-04-24 08:28
Forum Activity: 2012-10-12 17:32
Forum Posts: 6

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1960 Triumph TR3A Red Michelle Whitehead

1960 Triumph TR3A
VIN05
"Izzy"
1970 Jaguar E Type 2 2 Black Michelle Whitehead

1970 Jaguar E-Type 2+2
1R42799
"BeBe"
1972 MG MGB GT Percimon Michelle Whitehead

1972 MG MGB GT
VIN03
"Punkin"
1979 MG MGB Black Michelle Whitehead

1979 MG MGB
1979MGB
"Maggie B"
1979 Triumph Spitfire 1500 Burnt Orange ok Vermillion Michelle Whitehead

1979 Triumph Spitfire 1500
VINOO5

2004 Jaguar X Type Silver Michelle Whitehead

2004 Jaguar X-Type
VIN01
"Squiffy"


6 Vehicles — Total mileage: 283,531 mi (456,299 km) — Average age: 1977

Member Journal – Michelle Whitehead's Journal

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1972 MGB-GT Replacement Of Rear Suspension Spring Bushings.

Posted on: Tuesday October 9, 2012

rebound strap failure both of them same place

After three days of intense physical activity - beats working out at the Gym and much more productive - everything is back in place and Pumkin is back on the road and running very nicely through tight corners without scraping. We are planning to install a hardpan rod and have found a source for the parts and will fabricate the brackets ourselves - expect to cost us less than $75 compared to about $600 for the market made kits. We can get the rod and Heim ends for about $50 from Speedway Motors (...

1972 MGB-GT Rear Suspension Spring Bushing Replacement

Posted on: Sunday October 7, 2012

1972 MGB GT rear suspesion spring bushing replace

Re: What did you do to your MGB today? aussieflygal 10/07/2012 10:34AM 1972 MGB-GT rear suspension spring bushing replacement oct 2012 the saga continues: Whoops! Murphy was helping me remove the driving side rear suspension rebound strap lower mounting nut after a WD40 soak and when I lightly tapped my wrench with a rubber mallet to loosen the nut it sheared off. Whoop-de-do! Major problem! The lower mounting bolt is welded onto the axle mounting bracket and mucho effort is...


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