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LHD CONVERSION
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I hate drinking to excess it gets the brain thinking off tangent .
How difficult would it be to convert a 1200 to LHD ?
It is for a race car so peddle box is a piece of piss .
How hard do ya reckon the steering would be ?
Now you are asking Why ??
Will help with weight distribution and also torque flex (Sr20 det )
Do able or not ?

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Posted on: 12/23 8:31
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Sure...yanks are LHD...just import some steering parts and a firewall and have at it

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I reckon just wait until you sober up in the new year and you'll have forgotten all about this idea Bob.

Posted on: 12/23 23:26
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Are you thinking about doing it to the Ute or another car?
dp

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If I remember correctly the bolts holes the steering box are on both the right and left chassis rail. You should be able to mount the steering column to the lower horizontal bar on the front hoop.

Posted on: 12/25 22:20
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Quote:

Rallytwit wrote:
If I remember correctly the bolts holes the steering box are on both the right and left chassis rail. You should be able to mount the steering column to the lower horizontal bar on the front hoop.


You are on the money Tom.

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I'd be happy to send the aussies a USDM car. Done it before, just let me know in PM.

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