[ROVERNET - UK] SD1 wheels on 76 P6B and NADA cars

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Mon Jul 10 13:57:38 BST 2006

Dear Peter

NADA stands for North American Dollar Area.


Pierre Janusz

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Mitchell <peterm at arach.net.au>
To: Rovernet <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 20:12:57 +0800
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] SD1 wheels on 76 P6B and NADA cars

Hi folks

There was some comment about the age of my P6B, in relation to the 
of SD1 wheels. As you can see from the subject line, the car is a 76 
originally imported via New Zealand with seat covers made of kiwi hide 
made that last bit up).

Originally I too was going to grind down the bearing caps so that the 
wheel centres would go over them, but Peter Lawrence, a club member and
Rover mechanic for many years, suggested and implemented the fitting of 
SD1 caps.

Incidentally, and please forgive my ignorance on the acronym 'NADA'. I 
pretty sure that it relates to the modifications required to be made on 
US P6, but I do not know what it means.... I'd guess at North American
Design .....???

Advice would be appreciated,

Peter Mitchell
Perth Western Australia

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