Member Page: Douglas Gaither

DBGaither Douglas Gaither

Douglas Gaither

Member ID: DBGaither
Status: Gold Member Gold Member
Clovis, CA, USA   USA
Member Since: 2010-05-04
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-06-19 09:43
Forum Posts: 0

Upcoming Events

I will be at these upcoming events and shows:
No events found.

Personal Vehicle Registry

1965 MG MGB Red Butterscotch Rust Douglas Gaither

1965 MG MGB
"Nada Sixty-Eight"
1966 MG MGB Damask Red Douglas Gaither

1966 MG MGB
~ For Sale ! ~
1973 MG MGB Tartan Red Douglas Gaither

1973 MG MGB
1973 MG MGB V6 Conversion RED Douglas Gaither

1973 MG MGB V6 Conversion
"The Six"
1977 MG MGB MkIV Tahiti Blue Douglas Gaither

1977 MG MGB MkIV

5 Vehicles — Total mileage: 227,678 mi (366,412 km) — Average age: 1971
Previously Owned Vehicles:

Member Journal – Doug's Journal

There are 3 total entries in this Journal.

The Dreaded "Clonk"

Posted on: Wednesday August 25, 2010

I had to have the rear spline hubs replaced. Had the job done while I was on vacation. Excellent job done by Rick Rogers at British Steel in Fresno. Of course, it couldn't be that easy, the left rear axle seal was leaking and fouled the brake shoes. So new seal & shoes we included in the deal. Along with several body adjustments that I just didn't have time to do myself (working too much).


Posted on: Wednesday June 9, 2010

I found one of my tires flat last month, upon closer inspection I realized I had broken a couple of spokes and consequently several others were now loose. So I ordered the spokes from my local guy. After getting them, I tried tightening up the other loose ones and broke 3 more! So now I had to wait again. I found a tube at the local Coker Tire Warehouse. So I finally got everything back together and it looks good. I think it will be fine for a spare.

Melted Wires

Posted on: Thursday May 27, 2010

2 months ago I was driving my car home from work when the lights started dimming sporadically along with that PVC bouquet. At the time I had never associated that smell with the cause - as I have never had that happen. I discovered a short in the red running lights wire in the license light feed that melted the insulation off all the red wires in the trunk. So I stripped out the rear harness and replaced all the red wire along with replacing the original tail lights with the LED light kit f...

Two Stroke Smoke Library Articles

No tech articles written by this member.

Join The Club

Sign in to ask questions, share photos, and access all website features

Your Scooters

1963 Vespa VBB Standard 150

Text Size

Larger Smaller
Reset Save

Sponsor Links