H1 – Speaking on the Topic of Gears

by A. Wcjtowicz If you have considered changing the rear end gears in your Tiger for faster starts and more acceleration, you might be interested to know one of the other possibilities. The standard ratio Tiger rear is a tall 2.88:1. With 13″ wheels this ratio gives a nice cruising speed with relatively low engine (more…)

H2 – Rear Air Shock Installation

by Tom Stoyle in the March 2003 RootesReview Maybe some of you members out there are experiencing the same problem that I did. That problem happened to be fatigued rear springs. My car sat too low in the rear even without a load and that made for poor roadability when loaded with two persons and (more…)

H3 – The Mysteries of the Dana “Posi” rear end, solved

by Tom Hall in the March 2005 RootesReview Contrary to a common myth, installing a limited slip differential carrier in a Tiger axle with the 2.88 gear set is not a major problem. You do have to address the ring gear bolt size depending on your source for the carrier.  You have to find a (more…)