[ROVERNET - UK] 1969 P6 Front Suspension/Lube
vmitps at netspace.net.au
Tue Oct 30 07:14:34 GMT 2007
The tie rod ends are dismantlable. Once out of the car, pein back the steel
holder, and unscrew the brass. Clean and regrease.
Get new boots - universals or Scott's
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Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 1969 P6 Front Suspension/Lube
> Good Day Rovernetters.
> Have needed new shocks for a while so thought I would get them from Ruth
> and check out all my front and rear bushings as well. Plus repack the
> front bearings. All looked good in the rear. The old shocks were Unipart.
> All bushings looked good. I'm in the front now. Must have the originals
> because they are marked Rover.
> Question is, how do I lube those various rod ends?. They're supposed to be
> permanently sealed but there are cracks in most of the seals. I can see
> and feel grease in them but I think it needs to be freshened up. Should I
> just squirt some motor oil in there or should I cut the seal off and
> replace it with universal cover made for that purpose by the HELP people.
> The ball joint seals are mostly OK but I'm thinking of freshening that
> lube up by injecting grase with a needle.
> How do I get the front wheel dust caps off? The cap doesn't seem to mount
> like a Jag or Ford. If you tell me to read the manual I will.
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