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    CJD

    Re: Frame off vs. body on restoration

    Every original rubber part I have found on a Triumph turns into Steve McQueen's Blob. LOL If there is any rubber reusable, I would guess it had been

    CJD Today, 09:31 AM Go to last post
    Graham H

    Re: Frame off vs. body on restoration

    Im not to keen on replacing all the rubber mounts as the modern stuff is no match for the original, try to reuse every thing you can.

    Graham

    Graham H Today, 07:44 AM Go to last post
    69MGC

    Re: B V6 Conversion Recommendations

    Thanks Bill for the Input. Love the engine setup in the photo.. I'll keep you all informed.

    69MGC Today, 02:02 AM Go to last post
    charleyf

    Re: Accident damage or known problem area?

    It sounds like you have some reasonable measurements of how far off it is.
    I had to straighten the front shock tower on a TR 3 frame. I used

    charleyf Today, 01:30 AM Go to last post
    CJD

    Re: Frame off vs. body on restoration

    The body is only 16 extra bolts, which is fewer than what holds a front wing on! All rubber will need to be replaced, which means new body mounts.

    CJD Today, 01:28 AM Go to last post
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