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Old September 8th, 2005, 04:16 PM
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D110 vs D90 parts

Ok.. bored and was doing the truck shopping rounds to see if anything else interesting popped up in the last day and started wondering just what parts for D90s could be transplanted to a 110 or the parts I never got to put on the D90 sitting all anxiously in my garage?

- Are the trailing and radius arms the same length?
- I would think they might be short but just for the sake of asking can my GBR HD boys be used on a 110?
- Another stupid one but who knows with Rovers, are the seat mounts identical?
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Old September 8th, 2005, 09:59 PM
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I think the trailing and radius arms are the same, I don't think any of the GBR stuff can be used as the rear in a 110 has a Sals axle (like in Yousefs 90) and the fronts have bigger Cv's I belive. The seats should all be the same though.
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Old September 8th, 2005, 10:09 PM
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Sorry just to clarify, my GBRs are drive shafts, not axles.
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Ahhh, The front I belive should work but the rear one will be too short.
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Old September 8th, 2005, 11:15 PM
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A 110 has 10 spline inners in the front so?!?! Rad arms I don't think so! They are 10mm more narrow on a 110. Yes u read it. 94 they made them wider check bushing kits. What rad arms are they?
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QT corrected Radius arms for the front
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Old September 9th, 2005, 09:12 AM
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Chris I don't think they will work. Sorry! Not 100 % I will measure this afternoon!
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Old September 9th, 2005, 09:53 AM
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Cool, thanks Peter. No rush, just came across a 110 and wondered if my aftermarket stuff would work.
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Some of the early 110s had the same brackets as the 90, the later ones had narrower brackets. You can't go by the vin number either. QT makes the arms for 110s with narrow brackets, you can always change the ones you have for the 110 ones.
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Nice, thanks John. Would the rear SR arms work?
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Chris, on the trailing arms, I purchased a pair from Keith (Rovertracks), the size he sells for D90, and when we got them installed, the were to too LONG, (read the dreaded vibration at 50MPH)
Of course, Keith was great and made me a set that is just a touch longer than the stock size for 110's(Rovertracks ROCKS!) and eveything is perfect. So there is an issue with that "swap'
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