I just finished the new 2"+ coil kit from atlantic British but I added some spice with another 2.5"terraflex spacers from a jeep. I'm taking bets on what I break first.
Y’all are getting me fired up now...I love this thread.
I think it would be unrealistic to reposition the suspension and hubs to center... or at least, more realistic to hack the fenders and doors out some. I bet you could find (or fab) some bushwhacker fender flares. Then 35s all day, oh my D2 to shame.
Depends on how much money you want to spend. Anything is doable with enough time and money, but portal axles are incredibly expensive, and I'm almost positive nobody has ever attempted to fit them to an LR3. While it most likely can be done, it would require extensive fabrication that would most likely be far more trouble than it's worth.I’m also a huge fan of portal axles... wondering if we can get that extra lift we really need with those and not have to reposition the geometry of all the underparts.
I definitely can't go higher but the wheel wells will work with 35s the way it sits. I did already break a CV boot and the joints are at the hairy edge. I will post more as things improve or degrade.I hope you get 35’s on that LR3. My 05 with coil springs needs to pay attention...
Seriously wondering how much work it would take to get those axels centered with that, or dare I say, a slightly higher lift. I wouldn’t daily drive it, but weekend wheel trips with a rover that can do the serious rock trails!!! Come on!