Good question.How would someone measure that?
I'm happy to help as my GT still has all it original rockers.
Middle will be fine thanksI can do a cardboard cut out and post it to you,what part of the rocker? Rear front to middle
I need to dig it out, will check on the w'endMiddle will be fine thanks
Craig, I actually have a repair panel like that, but made 20+ years ago and the curve does not look right to me ... but maybe they are better now. So yes if not too much trouble if you could measure that radius and then I'll compare and think
I'm thinking it is about 20mm's
Yes best photo of how the bottom of the sill/rocker should lookHi Pete
Good photo of my car.
Why have not you asked me, I would have measured shortly at the moment this is not possible
The radius obtained with the amount, the repair blade must be set.
Let me guess it is a Toyota Corolla? ... no it cannot be as you have mentioned many more cam belts than a Corolla would have.Sorry Pete, didn't get a chance to even look at the GTV over the weekend - had to change a waterpump in the wife's evil car. (Who the heck designs a car you have to remover parts for 3 hours to get to the water pump? And then gives it 3 cam belts? seruiously!).
Will try to get at it tonight.
Rover 75 v6.Let me guess it is a Toyota Corolla? ... no it cannot be as you have mentioned many more cam belts than a Corolla would have.
I did a water pump on my step sons Corolla once and I was thorough p!ssed off that there is this water pipe that runs along the back of the engine which has a single bolt holding it in place. Because of that bolt I ended up with a huge number of parts littering our front lawn just so I could gain access to it. I had neighbours and family members wondering if I would ever get it back together again :scared:
Heck Robert, I missed your post. If I get time I'll come over. Have to plan a family outing over your wayHi Pete
Have a Genuine NOS siill here
Come and take some measurements from it.
You know where I am