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|03-31-2010 12:27 PM|
|Howski||Is this your daily driver? If so, you may want to consider sticking to just the 2" lift. I have a 2" lift on mine and can just squeeze into may parking grages. When I get another daily driver, I plan on putting the 3" springs under it.|
|03-31-2010 12:09 PM|
I would make a suggestion, both RTE and OME make 3" lifts, and you get a chance to order any of 3 or 4 coil rating depending, might look into it, better then buying a no name with no idea as to the coil rating.
Also stay with either the extended )ME shocks from GBR or use a 7100 Bilstein, nothing else, cause the others on the market are really junk shocks.
|03-31-2010 11:26 AM|
|k-rover1||extended brake lines and abs extensions.|
|03-31-2010 10:40 AM|
Deep water and mud. I live in central Florida, so no rock climbing. I need clearance and pretty good articulation. I was looking at Toddco Suspensions. Land Rover Suspension Lift Kits
Probably go with a tall narrow mud tire like a 235/85/16 (32x9.3x16) or a 265/75/16.
|03-31-2010 10:29 AM|
First, what sort of trails will you be running, are you sure you want a 3", who are you planning on buying the set up from?
The panhard is not really needed although the front axle assembly will shift a little to the drivers side.
|03-31-2010 09:21 AM|
Lift Kit Question, D2
I am planning on lifting my '01 Discovery 2.
I have seen a bunch of discrepencies on here as to what is needed to this much of a lift.
I plan on buying 3" springs, 3" shocks, adjustable panhard rod.
Is that all I need?