Re: Chassis overhal
> Assuming it's a Defender, then all the bits (including washers etc
> not usually listed) are on the site below - most for other models are
> also there.
Have you thought about offering a kit of bolts for doing specific jobs?
It would be invaluable for those doing rebuilds to have sensibly
packaged parts of a known quality rather than making do with large
packs of generic nuts & bolts. It's a bit of nightmare wading through
any website looking for LR partnumbers.
I'm speaking here as someone who has in the past recieved four hundred
quid's worth of nuts, bolts and other "bits" in a "full" 110 CSW
fittings pack from LR Fasteners (it's a pretty heavy box....) His
packs are all very well and good (every LR part number hand written!)
but are too big to be manageable and I was most displeased that the
axle kits are seperate from the "full" kits.
So, can we see a "Defender front axle bolt kit, all bolts+nuts for
assembling axle to chassis, complete with torque settings sheet" and
"Classic Range Rover front axle fittings kit, commonly used bolts and
fittings for rebuilding front axle, including all seals, bolts, brake
pipe brackets, loctite and torque settings sheet". Follow on with
swivel kits including bearings/railco, shims etc as well.