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Hi I have repaired the front door frames on my 110 and I was thinking of getting them galvanised  does anyone know if this it a goer or does distortion and other problems not make it worth while

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I haven't heard of anyone doing it, but if they are totally stripped then I don't see why not, zinc and Ali are very close galvanically speaking so it would be a great way of reducing the potential for corrosion , if they did move a bit its not such a heavy frame that it couldn't be tweaked back. Never done it but don't see any reason not to try it.

Welcome btw, what LR and is this a total rebuild or just a bit of rolling maintenance??

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She's a 110   it wasn't meant to be a full restoration I was only going to do the bare minimum to get her on the road,

  but she is now scattered in a thousand pieces around the house

 

 

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Another option is to send them to Mosside Land Rovers in Belfast who will repair your original doors, reskin them with steel panels and galvanize them. I used them for a Series 2 bulkhead (sent over on a pallet from the UK) and was very impressed with the work completed

 

You can find them on Facebook but I know he is really busy

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