This Range Rover L322 has a 2 inch lift kit with 275-65-20 tires (34 inches).
This required some plastic to be cut, reformed, and to move the windshield wiper system.
If this is too much work, consider just going with the lift kit and 32 inch tires with no mods required.
I installed Johnson Rods on my 2007 Range Rover & they work great. The factory suspension works flawlessly with the Johnson Rods. I live in the mountains with some very rough roads, & I haven't had any issues with the rods. The Johnson Rods allowed me to install some 22" X 9.5" rims with some 305/45/22 Atturo Trail Blade XT Mud Terrain tires. I also installed some 30mm wheel spacers all the way around. The rear wheel wells didn't need any modifications to fit the new wheels. The front wheel wells needed several hours of minor modifications at the body shop to accommodate the wheels. Basically, a few mechanical parts near the wheel wells needed to be relocated roughly an inch or so to allow the plastic wheel wells to be stretched out (with a hand held heater) about an inch or so where the tires would rub. The front steel fenders didn't need any modifications. The tires don't rub at all with the suspension at the highest setting. And now at the normal setting, the tires only rub if the steering wheel is turned all the way & I hit a pretty good sized bump in the road. Normally, I think the Range Rover looks pretty lame in stock form, but now, I believe mine looks pretty awesome. I constantly get compliments on how nice my Range Rover looks with the new wheels. I would definitely recommend the Johnson Rods.
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