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Old 22-10-2017, 11:04   #16
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i guess this would go for a 5 also..?
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Old 22-10-2017, 12:28   #17
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i guess this would go for a 5 also..?
Yes will go on a 5. It will fit on a 4 with minimal adjustment.

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Old 24-10-2017, 17:40   #18
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great thread!! Found this really helpful!

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Old 24-10-2017, 17:52   #19
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Hi jus having a search through the forum and found this thread.
Will the chassis legs you got for a 4 do you know? Would save me a small fortune like it did for you and means I can get it done sooner than I thought!
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I've been told they do with minimal modification phone the guys at auto torque they are very very good and happy to help. Before you part with your hard earned money

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Old 28-10-2017, 10:04   #20
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Top job Murv? Do you think your garage would be able to do my Evo which has the same sort of problem as yours? Iím near Newport.


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Old 28-10-2017, 10:30   #21
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Tidy job mate. Good to see you find a way to sort this. Hope I get as good a result.


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Top job Murv? Do you think your garage would be able to do my Evo which has the same sort of problem as yours? Iím near Newport.


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Sorry slow reply mate. I'm sure they would but I waited 4 months to get in there. If you don't mind waiting I would defo give them a call. Company's name is Hereford Car Body Repairs bloke that runs it is called Nick 01432 273366.just be aware the bill may escalate as mine did because once everything was off you could see stuff like I had broke rear suspension arm and bushes worn brake pipes seen better days and as Nick said its going to save money in the long run changing but those while diff, suspension and tank are off. Hope this helps.

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Did you have to weld any other bits to the legs or cross member.
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Old 30-06-2018, 18:19   #25
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Hi just seen your thread .I have an Evo 6. Chassis legs are rotten. So are you saying the 7'8'9 fit for half the price .
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Hi just seen your thread .I have an Evo 6. Chassis legs are rotten. So are you saying the 7'8'9 fit for half the price .
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Yes mate very minor modifications to do. The exhaust hanger is on the wrong side, there and two nuts that need welding into the rear end of the legs for the rear bumper bolts. I have heard the chassis legs are on back order but try and see.

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Hi ya . cheers for getting back to me . Thanks for the info .calvin
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Sorry to drag up an old thread, did you have to cut the new rails down and then weld ?

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With the greatest of respect mate, why are you not listening to the advice on your other thread?

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Sorry to drag up an old thread, did you have to cut the new rails down and then weld ?

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With the greatest of respect mate, why are you not listening to the advice on your other thread?
With the greatest of respect, I'm doing as much research on these as i can and this thread seems to be a different way of doing it. There are no threads on fitting the complete rail as its probably not possible to do otherwise everyone else would have done it.
So unless youve done it yourself and can offer some advice then maybe take your comments to a different thread.

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