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A question for the Motorsport folks, I have nearly completed a partial (non-body off) resto of my TR6 ['72, CP].

Looking at the wee towing eyes on the front they are v thin - so what do you recommend?

I was planning to bolt a proper TRS web strap to the chassis area, or to weld an exhaust clamp around one of the existing eyes underneath the radiator.

This would then need a wee cut into the spoiler to allow the strap to feed through for events.

Any suggestions for the rear??

I'll make 4 or 5 of the Register events, plus some HRCR rounds too - currently entered Carnival, Aintree and looking at Shelsley/Curborough/Harewood later in season.

Cheers All

 

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Easy rear towing eye is to weld a large u-bolt to the rear chassis ends

don't forget to paint it yellow or red

Michael H

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10 hours ago, MichaelH said:

Easy rear towing eye is to weld a large u-bolt to the rear chassis ends

don't forget to paint it yellow or red

Michael H

Cheers - will do.  Maybe see you at a Speed event thru the season.:D

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I use the TRS straps front and rear.

Front fitted to the chassis bumper bracket where it comes through the front panel [ no bumper ]

Rear onto the chassis and passing through the bumper fixing holes in rear valance

Roy

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