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Thank you for that, Jono :thumbsup:
 

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Thanks for that, Jono - I'm glad you're keeping this going. Good old-fashioned 'mechanicking' :thumbsup:
 

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Thanks Jono - I'm glad you are running this series (pun intended!) on here again :thumbsup:

(Who got the pun...?)
 

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When I replaced the springs in my Series II, I learned that the ones provided for the driver's side were slightly heavier duty than the passenger side; hence, mine are on the opposite side of the car from those in your country.
 
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When I replaced the springs in my Series II, I learned that the ones provided for the driver's side were slightly heavier duty than the passenger side; hence, mine are on the opposite side of the car from those in your country.
Mine was originally a FFR Air Portable. Fitted For Radio. It had heavier duty springs to better resist the weight of the radio equipment fitted in the bed...and 24volt electrics. When it was all removed the ride could best be described as...firm.
 

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The chassis on my Rover was rusted beyond reasonable repair. I was able to find a fine used one, from a salt free part of the US, o I did a frame over.
 

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Thank you, Jono - I am really into this - please keep 'em coming!
 

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The boy can weld very neatly! :thumbsup:

Thank you for posting, Jono.
 
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