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Hi all I have week springs on the drivers side I have been told that this is a common problem. What I want to know is if there any devices will fix it on a temp basis and where I can get them from?

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Hi all I have week springs on the drivers side I have been told that this is a common problem. What I want to know is if there any devices will fix it on a temp basis and where I can get them from?

Disco25 (Mark H)
I M GUESSING ITS A DISCO? IS IT MORE IN THE FRONT OR THE REAR? I KNOW OF A DISCOVERY PROBLEM IN THE PAST WHERE YOU REPLACE BOTH REAR SPRINGS AND IT FIXS THIS PROBLEM. TRY CALLING ATLANTIC BRITISH, ROVERS NORTH, OR YOURE LOCAL DEALER FOR THE NEW SPRINGS, THEY WILL PROBALY TELL YOU THE SAME THING, JUST BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTION TO WHAT SPRING GOES ON WHAT SIDE THEY WILL HAVE PAINTED STRIPES ON THEM. GOOD LUCK IF ITS A DEFENDER, I HAVE NO CLUE? SORRY :dunno:
 

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Disco25 said:
Yes it is a 1990 disco and its the drivers side rear thats the worst but i think the front might be on the way as well. Thanks
IF YOU WANT I CAN DIG UP THE PART NUMBERS FOR YA, ITS DEFF A PROBLEM THAT LR HAS PARTS FOR, THEY HAVE AN UPDATED SPRING THAT FIXES THE LEAN TO THE LEFT PROBLEM, TO NEW UPDATED REAR SPRINGS IS THE FIX. HAPPY TO HELP! :D
 

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PART #'S
ANR3477 BROWN/GREEN SPRING
NTC8572 PINK/RED/YELLOW

CHECK TIRE PRESSURE, REMOVE ANY LOAD INSIDE THE VEHICLE AND MOVE TO A LEVEL AREA AND MEASURE TO MAKE CERTIAN! :dunno:
 
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