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    Wanted: P76 V8 rocker covers

    I'm after a pair of pressed steel rocker covers off a Leyland P76 V8. Most of them probably went to land fill years ago, but I'm still hopeful...

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    Tried the p76 group on fb, most p-nuts are on there, but p parts are hard so they horde a lot....
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    Is there any inchangablity with the Buick alloy V8 rocker covers or later model Land Rovers?

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    I hope so! I'm planning on putting the pressed covers an a Rover to help disguise it a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin
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    Iíve got a shit ton of Rover ones. If Rover will fit, let me know - Iíve got 12 spare so beer money plus postage will do. PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faux Forg View Post
    I hope so! I'm planning on putting the pressed covers an a Rover to help disguise it a bit.

    Sloth; I don't do FB.
    Pretty sure they do, Ray Spence from Canberra Motor Works had a P76 engine in his Range Rover ute and it had alloy Rover rocker covers.

    Leyland Terrier trucks also used the 4.4.
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    Thanks for the offer Treeve. I've already got a heap of late model Rover rocker covers, just hoping I can find some pressed steel Leyland ones.
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    Chickens will slip under water in the cover of darkness like a seal team and FUCK YOU UP.

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    maybe pm paddington. He's a rover tragic and may know/have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irsa76 View Post
    Leyland Terrier trucks also used the 4.4.
    Yes, we put one in a 2A forward control but the overdrive was not impressed and suffered a few smashed gearsets but the ENV diffs stood up to it ok.

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    Rover and P76 100% interchangeable. I always used Rover on the 4.4 to stop Oil leaks.
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