I first mounted the front two body mounts with long bolts and springs to tension the body on to the chassis, as the cab is separate from the body, but after a few tests including jacking one front wheel up by 400mm the body showed little movement? but the cab to body moved 50mm in twist so its just straight mounted now, and even going up ruff mountain tracks i haven't had any probs.
The cab on a Bedford is rigged mounted, not tilt, but as mentioned above there is a lot of twist between the body and cab. so you do need a break in the body line, but the old electricity trucks were split in the middle as the cab was part of the front body and kitchen unit.
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Last edited by Bert; 24 Oct 2006 at 22:08.