Sounds plausible. Or you could have one or more broken leaves, although
this should manifest itself in assymetrical cornering behavior. Or, in
plain language, it steers differently in righthand turns than in lefthand
Also, check the axle u-bolts. In fact, consider every nut and bolt
underneath the car suspect until you verify its tightness. They have an
amazing propensity for loosening themselves over time.
Steve Murphy had this to say:
>After getting the wiring on the 77B fixed, I took it for it's first highway
>trip since owning the car... about 150 miles worth. I noticed that when
>accelorating and/or going through the gears I have to correct the steering
>(slightly) as the drivetrain loads and unloads. I suspect worn leaf spring
>bushings allowing the rear end to move slightly off axis depending on
>torque... am I on the right track?
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the red one with the silver bootlid.