[ROVERNET - UK] Some questions on P6

Chris J Wilson chris at chris-wilson.org
Fri Aug 17 12:57:05 BST 2007

Hello Denis,

If you're after a workshop manual, take a look at eBay. I noticed several on
there last night when I was looking around. Follow these links for two



As for towing, I've towed trailers on my 2000SC and 3500S in the past, but
would recommend stiffer shock absorbers that the standard unless you fancy
replacing your exhaust. The engine and chassis will definitely handle the
towing without any problems though. My 2000SC had a smaller diameter set of
springs inside the original ones when I bought it. With the new shocks I
fitted, it seemed to handle towing okay.



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Sent: 17 August 2007 12:57
To: rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Some questions on P6

Bonjour de Paris,

Eric Russel had posted a call for help to a webasto sliding sunroof ( or
Brittax ) for a rover P6:can you find an manual , second hand one ( full
size about 1000 mm x 1200 ) for me, the repair is not important, good or not
but complete.
I try to finish my rover 3500 of 1973 to tow an old trailer called NOTIN.
Do you have an experience in towing with a P6?
I think that I will have a problem of level with the rear of the car: can I
find a road leveler shocs absorber or is it better to make a hardener
Is it better to fit polyurétane busches?

Thank you for your help.

    denis letailleux

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