Thanks yet again, you are always there with the best advice.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Randall" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Triumph List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2001 2:41 PM
Subject: Re: third question and resolution to Tenax fasteners
> Bob :
> AFAIK, the factory did not use any packing pieces here. The apron goes
> right against the frame extensions, the bumper bracket goes right
> against the apron.
> However, the apron takes a lot of abuse right at those points, so I made
> up some steel packing pieces to go behind the apron, and just fill the
> rectangular cavity. The extensions are slotted where they bolt to the
> frame, so there is some adjustment, but not a whole inch. If everything
> else lines up well (fenders, bonnet, shelf inside the grille, etc.),
> then I would suggest adding some packing pieces and using longer bolts.
> Kinderlehrer wrote:
> > How does the front bumper (TR3A) fasten to the bumber supports without
> > destroying the front apron? Should the bumber supports be flush against
> > back of the apron? (there is now about an inch between the end of the
> > support and the apron).
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