Sorry to put this back on topic I'm sure I had answered this in depth but apparently not, my advice was very similar to Mr Spams but without the numbers.
Sorry, I don't know what you are referring to. Is there something in the archive that I missed?
are the dampers you use specific to the 1850? Could I use them on a 1500 Toledo?
According to Rimmers catalogue they are the same for all models including Dolomite, Toledo and FWD types.
Especially for Alistair's benefit, the quote from Rimmers catalogue is popycock! Not that it's not there, the one size fits all bit!
Dunno about NZ cars, but UK Toledos (1300s all) have a front shock, spring and topmount, which is half an inch smaller in diameter than that fitted to Dolomites and the larger engined cars. So if you buy the Rimmers kit, you can use it, but you WILL need the bigger diameter topmounts from a larger engined car. These still fit the same mounts in the body, no problem there, but the mounts don't exactly grow on trees, they've not, to my knowledge, been remanufactured, so you will have to find some decent used ones. Not made of unobtanium, but not common as muck either!