In reply to a message from Dave Shaw sent Fri 11 May 2007:
Sorry I was in a hurry and said it wrong; the hole is for the anti-
roll bar link mount on Mark VII & 140.
Going back to the original question which was upper wishbone
levers, here are your choices.
C3000 front & C3001 rear, used on all Mark V and all Mark VII
C3796 front & C3797 rear, used on early 120
C4739 front & C4733 rear, used on late 120 and all 140
Someone else perhaps can supply info on 150, Mark 1&2, 8&9. A
homebuilt racer could have been made out of any of these.
The top supporting shaft was C3002 on all Mark V, VII, and 120, but
my incomplete info on 140 says it used C8123, no info on what the
difference would be.
Upper ball joint assy was C3030 on Mark V and 120, superceded by
C4498 on 120 and early Mark VII, then replaced by C7378 on late
Mark VII and 140.
The difference in the levers has to be either center to center
distance ball joint to supporting shaft, or front to back on the
supporting shaft, or both.–
XK120 FHC, Mark V saloon, XJ12L Series II
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