All of the
pieces that I had done are shown on the prior page at
Cape Cod Powder Coating, Inc. Now it's time to see what
with the lower control arm plates and the shock brackets.
way to do this is with new bolts in kit form from TRF.
are ready, now it's time to rethread all of the other parts
that need it and to fit the pieces all together.
easier to do this on the bench, than under the car.
You can also make sure that your "new" bolts and nuts are ready
together with the trunnions, but only finger tight because of
Nyloc nuts on all of the threaded 3/8" X 24 bolts or studs.
side of the spindles and the caliper mounting plates.
front, but I'm a few bolts short, so now is the best time to
find that out.
upper arms, fulcrums, bushings and ball joints.
attention to your disassembly photos or the Triumph manuals.
There is a right way to do this and the manual must be followed.
of the rear trailing arms and new bumpers and rubber plugs.
A close up
of the new studs and nuts after rethreading the arms.
Again a nice job above on the inside
surfaces of the rear trailing arms.
Sadly Cape Cod Powder Coating
is no longer in business as of 2016.