Time to get ready for those summer trails and some new off road or larger tires.
Here are some great examples of a L322 with a 2 inch Johnson Rod Lift.
Check out our 2 inch Johnson Rod lift option for your 2005-2012 Range Rover L322:
L322 with 305-45-22 (32.8 inches). Owner did some work to fit these tires and has rub on turns
I generally recommend being around 32 inches max.
Here is another L322 with 285-50-20 tires and a 2 inch Johnson Rod lift kit:
Two inch is the max you can go with the air suspension.
This seems to be the best option that will allow a 32 inch tire such as a 275-55-20.
That is exactly what he is saying. The limitations of the EAS bladders is well documented in the L322 section. It boils down to there only being so much rubber there.
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The power of light is stronger than the power of darkness,
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Here is a L322 with 33 inch tires and a 2 inch Johnson Rod lift kit.
20x9.5 ET45 Stormer’s
Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac 275/60/20
Build by Stewards Automotive
This did require some modification.
For a larger tire with no modification go with a 275-50-20
Lift kit info here: http://johnsonrods.com/johnson_rods_3_003.htm
Check our blog site. If you have a lift kit installed send us a picture:
Matthew McCormick L322 33's 275-60-20 20x9.5 ET45 Stormers with DuraTracs.JPG
Ive looked on your webpage and wonder if you make the same lift kit for the 2003 HSE. I see that your lift kit is only available for the 2005-2012.
Check out this lifted L322 with 34's (275-65-20) Plastic cut and windshield wiper system relocated.
Built by Wheel Tech Tuning, Glendale CA
Check out our lift kit here: http://johnsonrods.com/johnson_rods_3_003.htm
Check out this Range Rover L322 with 32.5 inch tires and a 2 inch lift kit, 30 mm spacers.
Get yours here: http://johnsonrods.com/johnson_rods_3_003.htm