[xj] series I bumper hardware

Can’t figure out how to post a pic here so I just describe the part
I want someone to identify. On the front bumper of a series one
this part is a chromed flatened oblong ring with a L shaped piece
of angle attached to it along one flat side of ring. Any ideas?–
Stu Sanderson Series III XJ12C
Tubac, AZ, United States
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In reply to a message from XJCStu sent Sat 11 Nov 2006:

Stu,

Sounds like the bumper guard/overrider/bumperette used on 1973
Series 1 North America cars only. It has rubber sides. It is
ugly, and was introduced in response to USA collision
requirements. It mounts in front of the fake horn grille, unlike
the bumper guards on earlier Series 1 cars that mounted between the
horn grille and the parking light.–
The original message included these comments:

I want someone to identify. On the front bumper of a series one
this part is a chromed flatened oblong ring with a L shaped piece
of angle attached to it along one flat side of ring. Any ideas?


Bob Wilkinson, 72 XJ6
Saint Louis, MO, United States
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In reply to a message from XJCStu sent Sat 11 Nov 2006:

Are your pictures rejected as too big?That is what I finally
figured out in my failed phot posts?

I have not been able to resize them. One or two on this list have
tried to help by suggesting I send them to myself as att’s to an
email and then put them in another folder or rename them. the idea
being that they could be resized in the process.

In respect the bumper overrider, can it just be dumped ?

Carl aka JAGCAD–
The original message included these comments:

Can’t figure out how to post a pic here so I just describe the part
I want someone to identify. On the front bumper of a series one
this part is a chromed flatened oblong ring with a L shaped piece
of angle attached to it along one flat side of ring. Any ideas?


Carl Hutchins
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In reply to a message from cadjag sent Sat 11 Nov 2006:

Stu uploaded his photos without a hitch:

http://www.jag-lovers.org/snaps/snap_view.php3?id=1163255104

There are many free programs available to resize photos, and
the limit imposed is quite sufficient for good quality and
reasonably sized images.

Nick–
Hot and creaky - http://www.openskiesracing.com
Troms�, Norway
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