In message <email@example.com>
"bulldurham73" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> "beamendsltd" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > In message <Xns96C1475D31448derryadviegundogscou@184.108.40.206>
> > Derry Argue <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> "Escape-K" <nospam@nospam> wrote in
> >> news:_N6dnZ2dnZ19bELFnZ2dnYWXj96dnZ2dRVnyp52dnZ0@pipex.net:
> >> > I need to replace the front (and while I'm at it, rear) UJs on my 1989
> >> > DT 90. However, I'm lead to believe it has a '97/'98 chassis but with
> >> > the original chassis number stamped into it.
> >> > Can anyone recommend a Part # for the UJs I require, as I believe a
> >> > '89 chassis is a bit different to a '97/'98 one (hence don't want to
> >> > order the wrong ones from Paddock Spares).
> >> >
> >> > TIA
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> Order both on condition you can return the one that doesn't fit. This is
> >> not an unknown problem to those living in the remoter corners of the UK
> >> and
> >> most suppliers will be sympathetic so long as they are not left out of
> >> pocket!
> >> Derry
> > and get ones with greasers........
> > Richard
> > --
> > www.beamends-lrspares.co.uk email@example.com
> Just as a matter of interest , many auto parts stockists will supply a U.J.
> to a specific size , given the dia. of the caps , and the distance over two
> opposite caps . If you haven't got a mic/vernier , take the old U.J. along
> and they'll probably measure it for you H.T.H
For Series, Defender (pre 1A608154), RRC and Disco I, all that is
needed is the "depth" of the cup - they are either "long" or "short"
(the late RRC/Heavy Duty TVC100010 are a variation of short cup).
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