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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #586427
20/07/19 10:13 PM
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Sorry only this one.

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Will post up some mounting photo's when I fit bracing bar.


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1967 Land Rover series 2a SWB
1960 Velocette Venom
Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #595957
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Collected the overrider brace bar from Cain yesterday. Fitted today without issue once threads in the tapped ends cleaned out. It utilises one of the two M6 bolts each side that fix the specially fabricated overrider mount tubes. Maybe a little overkill being made from 20mm solid stainless but overriders are absolutely solid now unlike OE.

Sorry about quality of photo's but valance mounting can be seen as well.

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Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1967 Land Rover series 2a SWB
1960 Velocette Venom
Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: tommog] #596107
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Neat solution. Especially like the stiffener rod between the overrider brackets.


Chris
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Re: Fitting a valance to my +4 [Re: Themorganeer] #596137
22/09/19 07:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Themorganeer
Neat solution. Especially like the stiffener rod between the overrider brackets.


Thanks Chris, although it was Cain's (WP) solution. Tubing with filled in ends for the threads would make it lighter. The M6 mount bolts were deliberately sized to sheer on overrider impact to limit damage to cross rails and chassis.


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
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