This post completes the previous post (Prep for test fit — front suspension) by describing the process of fitting the power steering upgrade to the front cross member. Originally this description was planned to be part of the previous post, but I decided to split it into two parts as I felt the original was getting a bit long-winded.
Reference Lin Rose’s excellent coverage of this topic:
Continue reading Prep for test fit — Power steering upgrade
Reference previous posts re Prep for the trial fit: Rear axle and hubs and Rear suspension
Also refer to Lin Rose’s site (see sidebar) for excellent coverage of these topics, and more.
Following on from preparing the rear suspension for a trial fit (see link above), the next task was to rebuild the front suspension. Yep and I will be taking it all apart again … anyway the explanation of all that is covered in the links above. Continue reading Prep for test fit — Front suspension
Reference previous posts: Prep for test fit — Engine and gearbox, part 1 and part 2
With the engine and gearbox now at the Surgery, it’s time to test the accuracy of all the research by undertaking the long-awaited test fit. This will also provide clues as to what else might need to be taken into account when I get to the point of fitting other accessories such as power steering.
Continue reading Test fit — Engine and gearbox