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|Subject: 110 rear load space question Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:19 am|| |
Hello to all,
possibly a daft question, but the rear load space of my 110 is slightly different on the driver side to passenger side.
The bench seat, which I think is original, has the bolted frame/base and back cushion, however the driver side has no bench seat, and no indication that one has ever been put inside (see pic).
So my daft question is, what may have been fitted in this space, anything special, or would it simply have been left untouched ?.
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|Subject: Re: 110 rear load space question Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:47 am|| |
I have the same on the Terracan. The 2x reasons for me are, the fuel tank pipe location and chassis located spare tyre holder.
But as most LR's have a tyre on the door or bonnet its not the tyre.
Could the fuel pipe be the reason why one side of the load space or wheel arch is different to the other?
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|Subject: Re: 110 rear load space question Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:49 pm|| |
The sides of the load space in both the 109, the 110 and the Defender are different.
The left side should be "clear" the right side has the cover for the fuel filler. Your picture shews a normal seat box
The 110 has a tool box fitted like the 109 to the left side at the rear.
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|Subject: Re: 110 rear load space question Mon Jan 02, 2012 11:48 pm|| |
We had a 110 county 11 seater bench seats each side, we used to remove them for work, so we could carry more stock.
your photo looks normal to me, you do have the holes at the front behide the seat, metal bracket with 2 hoels in, just below the seat belt reel, looks to me like someone as removed the beanch seat. may be the van type has a tool box but not a county, you have the trim of a county, can not see behind rea door panel, if you look should be two holes thier.
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