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Where to get front of rear spring outriggers for MILITARY 109 S3???

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Spacemonkey..., Sep 22, 2010.

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    Spacemonkey... Well-Known Member

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    Hi! Title says it all... The only bad grot on my S3 109 is the right side front of rear spring outrigger which is proper nurdled, and the left footwell which I'm sorting tomorrow.

    I ordered an outrigger form Paddocks, but forgot to mention it was a Military chassis with the two height option thicker plate spring hanger, so it is wrong. Trouble is, they, and ****part, do not list a Military chassis rear front of spring outrigger, and trawling the web hasn't helped either, so where on earth can I get one??

    Otherwise, is it wise to weld the old, sound, milspec spring hangers onto the new outrigger to replace the baked bean tin thin spring hanger that is on it?

    Standard 109 outrigger has thinner steel hangers and the hole is the wrong height, matching neither of the Mil heights.

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    Ta!!
     
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    Ring Richards Chassis and ask nicely?!
     
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    Did you get any joy with your military replacement? Have the same problem but welded the original on.
     
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    Can't remember what I did, but I think I modded the standard one to fit.
     
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