BULKHEAD - 80" Series 1 - Shop

The Land Rover bulkhead evolved over the production period as new features were added and others discontinued or superseded. The Land Rover Company only used a couple of different part numbers, so Pegasus have introduced ‘Type’ numbers to allow you to easily identify which bulkhead you require.

Dates are provisional and are based on actual production dates. Vehicle registration date is no guide to the build date.

List of Types for 80” Series 1 Models

Type 1 - Late 1948 to Late 1949.
Type 2 - Late 1949 to Mid-1950.
Type 3 - Mid 1950 to Late 1950.
Type 4 - Late 1950 to Late 1951.
Type 5 - Late 1951 onward. 

When ordering an 80” bulkhead, please specify if your Land-Rover is LHD or RHD. As standard we fit the Steering Box Strengthening Plate, Part No. 302536 to the relevant footwell.

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What is the Alternative Bulkhead?

The Alternative Bulkhead, sometimes referred to as an Aluminium Bulkhead, was a stop-gap replacement bulkhead supplied after manufacture of the production 'pressed steel' variant had ceased.

There appears to be a least two versions. One version is universal construction and has holes punched to suit LHD or RHD models. The second version has holes only punched for RHD fitment. 

Whilst it is called the Aluminium Bulkhead, the later RHD version only has alloy footwells and middle panel – everything else is steel.

The earlier version has an alloy main panel but with an upper horizontal steel frame to which the captive nut plates for the steering column bracket/grab handle and windscreen catches attach.

There is also a similar looking bulkhead that was fitted to Minerva built Land-Rovers. These are an all-steel construction.

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