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FRONT SUSPENSION CHASSIS MOUNTINGS,
TR4A, TR250, TR6
“These Can Be Replaced and Reinforced by a Good Welder...”
Chassis frames are often in a sorry state.  If you are repairing yours, you
might consider replacing the front suspension mounting brackets, as they are
often cracked, bent, and badly repaired from previous problems.  TRF sells new
brackets made to the original factory specifications, and we also supply the
gussets used originally only on late TR6 frames.  These will strengthen your
new front suspension mounting brackets and help to keep them attached to the
frame.  Also supplied by TRF are the lower pivot brackets which secure the
lower front suspension to the mounting brackets.  The ones supplied by TRF
are the later ones with two studs, and these should be fitted to earlier cars with
only one stud.  If you are fixing your frame, all of this is good stuff...
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Mounting Bracket,
front suspension
4
26.95
mounting bracket; welded to chassis frame
Gusset Kit,
late TR6; also applicable to
1
64.95
TR4A, TR250, and early TR6; kit
includes six gussets
Pivot Bracket,
aka fulcrum bracket, lower
4
23.95
front suspension, two mounting studs
Plate Washer,
reinforcing suspension
4
4.95
mounting
Alignment Shim;
placed between pivot
A/R
4.45
brackets and mounting brackets to
adjust front wheel alignment
PLATE
INSTALLED
INSIDE THE
MOUNTING
BRACKET
REPLICA SUSPENSION COMPONENTS, TR2, TR3,
TR4, TR4A, TR250, TR6, SPITFIRE, GT6
“Not Just Parts That Work But Parts That Work Well and
Look Right at Reasonable Prices”
I often speak about the fact that I have been around long enough to remember
what original parts were like.  You couldn't buy them here in the U.S., but when I
wanted to rebuild my TR3A front suspension in 1972, I was able to purchase
original parts from Henlys, a Triumph dealer in Coventry.  I had already noticed
the trade marks, "A & A" on the worn parts I had removed from my car, and sure
enough, the replacements were also signed "A & A."  Even when TRF started in
business in 1978, many original A & A parts were available from Triumph and
supplied by Unipart.  Eventually, however, they all ran out, and they were
discontinued.  By that time, various companies were in the repro business, but very
often, the parts performed a function, but they were not made to original standards
or to original designs.  That is where TRF got into the game.  All of the parts listed
in this section are made to original specifications, they function as original, and
they look right too.  In addition, all ball joints and tie-rod ends come fitted with
grease fittings as original.  I am proud of nearly every part made by TRF, but I am
especially proud of these.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Fulcrum Pin,
upper front suspension,
2
59.95
TR2, TR3, TR4, TR4A, TR250, TR6
UPPER BALL JOINTS,
all are greaseable,
and all come fitted with new grease
fittings and rubber boots
Ball Joint,
front suspension, TR2, TR3,
2
55.95
early TR4
Ball Joint,
front suspension, later TR4,
2
44.95
TR4A, TR250, TR6
Ball Joint,
front suspension, Spitfire, GT6
2
29.95
STEERING, FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION
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