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TR250 and TR6 Companion
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DRIVE TRAIN
DIFFERENTIAL MOUNTINGS—CHASSIS FRAME REPAIRS,
ALL TR250, TR6
"The Parts You Need for a Permanent Fix"
As mentioned above, you may find some chassis frame damage when you remove
your differential.  Generally, this is confined to the bolts on the crossmember closest to
the front of the car and often just to the RH side.  If you are making a repair, however,
it makes a sense to do both sides.  Listed here are the parts you will need to completely
replace and reinforce the front mounting brackets.
Part No.
Description
No.Off
List Price
Your Price
Bolt,
diff mounting; welded to chassis
2
21.95
Bracket,
supporting bolts; welded to chassis
2
12.95
Reinforcement,
for boxing in support
4
16.95
brackets; welded to brackets
Reinforcement,
reinforcing weld for
2
14.95
bolt to crossmember; welded to
top of crossmember
View from underneath

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