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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2013 9:37 pm 
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no worries stick your location up then you wont have to keep telling people

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Kentish Bob :lol:

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have to be careful how you say that lol

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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2013 5:10 pm 
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Rover v8 does fit the standard chassis bob


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Unkentish bob :lol: :lol: :lol:


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thanks again chaps good news about the v8 as well ,just as well as the sierra lump is'nt in the best of health, hopefully on the brink of doing a deal for the running gear is there any quick way of distinguishing a 7"diff from a7.5" diff without dismantling it


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the easiest way to identify a 7" and 7.5" is to look at the top mounting. The 7" has one long bolt/nut and the 7.5" has 2 bolts.


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Does any one know about using a4-age Toyota engine just picked one up with a set of throttle bodies and a tubular exhaust manifold looks like a change of plan already!


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Kentish bob :D , there is a roadster with that lump in but the haynes search engine is fecked so I cant find the build . If you trawl through the threads you might stumble across it. That is an awesome lump for a lightweight car ,heaps of potential.

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Thats what I am looking for they can be tuned and can give good hp

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