[ROVERNET - UK] And now, let's upset P6 lovers...

Eric Russell p6rovers at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 29 04:57:29 GMT 2007

I'll loan you my angle grinder.
Where would you like the hole?  :-)


--- Glen Wilson <rovercar at comcast.net> wrote:

> Aidrian Bridgeman-Sutton wrote:
> > Poorly designed is a bit strong - remember that
> the assumption when
> > the car was designed was that the brakes would be
> serviced by properly
> > trained mechanics who had the necessary tools and
> equipment to do the
> > job properly. If you have a hoist and all the
> proper tools and service
> > a few sets of calipers every year it's not too
> bad; 
> Well, I think serviceability is a key factor in a
> good design. I'll bet 
> Rover mechanics hated doing the rear brakes, even
> with proper training 
> and the right tools. In the U.S. market, you sure
> couldn't trust the job 
> to the gas station on the corner, and that didn't
> help the car's 
> reputation and therefore sales.
> At least an access panel would have helped.
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