Another trick for new players with Inters and I suppose Dodges that have the same sheetmetal, is that as you close the bonnet YOU MUST hold the bonnet latch to the right as you push the bonnet home, or you WILL damage the bonnet or hinges.
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,
If the hinges make the bonnet out of line as it closes,it must be pushed down at the back to line up properly............unfortunately,about the worst thing can happen in an Inter is trying to see through sheet metal at 60mph.............IMHO,two front side catches are absolutely essential,and just about every ex government truck had them fitted.......and if the bonnet tends to ride up at the rear,then fit two more spring side catches there as well........there is no overkill when the bonnet flies up as you are driving.
Hi All, Can anyone advise the material the grille is made of also the best adhesive that will adhere to it as I need to repair it on the D1510 tipper I just purchased as I started today on her restoration.
Thanks Hayseed, Your are right ,it's strange sort of material , If you look at Mobile 1 photo on my ID that's the one, On my 1510 a couple of bars are broken and missing so I want to try and repair it and even pick up a broken grille to use as bits but unsure what will adhere to it. John.