[ROVERNET - UK] Rover 110 shocks.

James Radcliffe j_radcliffe at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 26 15:23:06 BST 2006

If you're in Adelaide then I would take it to Light Wheel alignment, in the 
city. I took my P6 2000 there about 7 years ago on the advice of Ken Carter, 
the Adelaide's unofficial early Rover mechanic, who is now retired 
unfortunately. They replaced all my shock absorbers, matching up the correct 
ones, and  also doing the rubber boot on the DeDion tube, and new springs.

You could also call Ken Carter for advice. His number is 08 8261 2531. I'm 
not sure how he is these days, he must be getting on a bit in age by now, 
but he may be good for information.


>Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 1963 110 Rear Shock Absorbers.
>Hello all you suspension experts out there... I need
>help with the replacement of the rear shock absorbers
>on my 110. The previous owner had put very stiff,
>entirely unsuitable gas filled shocks on it with the
>result that the ride is not comfortable - quite harsh
>as a matter of fact -  and the shockers seem to top
>out on slightly rough roads. Everything else has been
>checked and found to be ok so that just leaves the
>shockers. I have little information to go on and none
>of the suspension places around here know much about
>early British cars. So, my question is this ... can
>anybody suggest a model to use? I'm in Australia but
>I'm happy to either find an equivalent set here or, if
>need be, purchase a set from overseas.
>Regards & thanks in anticipation.
>Rod Blair

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