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Anti-roll bar Bristol 410

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Old 03-09-20, 03:50 PM
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Default Anti-roll bar Bristol 410


Can anyone offer some advice please before I start to strip down the front end of my 410.
The problem I have is to the anti-roll bar fixings. The area in question is at each end of the straight section of the roll bar, this is where the rubber bearing and bearing clamp are (indirectly) attached to the chassis. There is a small box section of steel welded between two pieces of tubular steel to which the bearing clamp is attached. The steel to the box section has corroded on both side of the car to the point it needs replacing. I donít think this part is available off the shelf, so I intend removing the offending parts together with the associated brackets etc and have new ones made. I intend to do one side at a time.
Do any members have a detailed drawing of the part in question of even old ones which I could use as a template before striping the front of my car down. Any advice or help will be very much appreciated.
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