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Old April 12th, 2009, 10:31 PM
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110 frame or rolling chassis needs crossmember

Anyone want this thing? I could include the rear salisbury axle and a RRC front axle if you really wanted it. Does not come with brake or fuel lines, but I can include the fuel tank and pump with the high dollar factory skidplate mounthing (it looks newer as it has a LR Parts sticker on it). Price dependent on how much you take, but I am reasonable, if not cheap. You need to bring your own wheels (at least two), but I can help load it on a trailer.

It needs a rear cross member with extension and patches behind the transmission cross member. The ends of the center outriggers were cut off but this only matters if you are fitting a NAS cage and reasonable substitutes could be welded on. There is also a half dollar sized hole where a mouse made its home and it rusted from the inside out, but the frame is very solid otherwise still has 905 of the paint and rings like good steel should. A day of welding and it would be good for another 16 years. If you show up with the x-member and do all the cutting and lining up I will even weld the crossmember on for you. The rear x-member looks really ugly because it filled with dirt or mud. The frame is not junk and I would hate to let it rust away in my back yard.

Pick Up Only outside Philadelphia PA

Ron

edit: the flash makes the rust look brighter than it is.

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Old April 12th, 2009, 11:39 PM
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A few months back I might have considered it for Janey. Spent way too much time an money replacing the rear cross member on it already though - I'm not swapping chassis anytime soon
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Old April 13th, 2009, 07:07 AM
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 11:57 PM
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Frame and rear axle sold to LRover pending pick up this coming weekend. Fuel tank and skid plate still available.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 07:30 PM
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How much do you want for the tank ?

Do you have dimentions ?

It is for the trailer :http://www.quebec4x4.com/histoire200...s/IMG_1561.jpg

Unfortunatly, it is a 110 tub on a modified Rangie frame, Not certain it will fit ...

From Memory, I have 24inch x 24inch clear space (no idea of height) ...

How many liter do you fit in a 110 tank ? The 90 thank is stupidly small ...

You would not append to have a bit of plumbing left (filler part ...)

And last, how far are you from Montreal ? International shipping of gas tank might be an issue

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Old April 25th, 2009, 09:29 PM
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The tank is the same as a 1987-1990 RRC. I think it is 23 gallons (~100 litres). I live near Philadephia.

I am not sure what of the plumbing will be surplus to my needs yet so I can't part ways with it.

I suck at shipping generally so shipping to canada would probably be worse.

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Old April 27th, 2009, 12:49 PM
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if you end up wanting this tank I could probably get it to NJ where it could then make its way to Maine. The usual slow method of moving large things

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The tank is the same as a 1987-1990 RRC. I think it is 23 gallons (~100 litres). I live near Philadephia.

I am not sure what of the plumbing will be surplus to my needs yet so I can't part ways with it.

I suck at shipping generally so shipping to canada would probably be worse.

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Old April 27th, 2009, 08:37 PM
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If they are the same as rangie's, I might be able to source one close to home ...

My mind was pretty much set on a custom tank, I have the original Steel one that came with the frame but not quite certain how to "revive" it.

I will go take some measurments this week end ....

Thanks for the offer though.
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The original steel one (if it was a 110 tank) is the same as an early RRC tank and I have heard (talk to Pendy) that you can make the later plastic tank fit off of the 1991-1995 RRC or disco I.

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Frame and salisbury SOLD and picked up. Thanks L. Rover. Tank still available.
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