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This may be a really obvious thing, but I just bought a Disco 3 and want to lower it to its lowest level for driving around town.

Seeing as it has airbag suspension, I presume this may be a fairly simple thing to do. What I want is a manual switch to switch it from FULLY LOWERED to NORMAL FUNCTIONALITY

If this is possible...

1. How do I do it?
2. Are there any disadvantages of doing this long term? (tyres/bushings etc)

I just had new suspension bushings installed in the front.
 

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Don't do it.

Ride quality will suffer greatly, you will be putting even more stress on bushings that are already known to fail, and your alignment will inherently be incorrect, as the suspension is not where it should be.
 

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You can purchase an IID or EAS tool from Britpart that will let you do this, however...

Land Rover owners who lower their trucks are the worst kind of land rover owners.
 
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