Monthly Archives: July 2012

Prepairing the modified Jag LCA for the dampers

Once the Jaguar LCA were shortened they did not have anyways to mount the dampers to them. These were removed during the shortening. I drilled a hole through the shortened LCA as close to the outer end of the arms … Continue reading

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A trailing rod mounting plate

I was thinking of modifying the standard Rover beam that the standard Rover DeDion Rear suspension mounts to, but sometimes it is much easier to manufacture from nothing than start to mod. The trailing arm mountings for the Jag suspension … Continue reading

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Testing the new width

I’ve not being working much on the Rover lately a few new things going on outside cars and motorsport. What about the Rover? I assembled the Jaguar shortened lower control arms (LCA)¬† to test the new width. Here is the … Continue reading

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