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  1. Classic A/D/S ADS Stereo - Worth putting back in?

    Range Rover Classic
    I have an '93 LWB with a complete aftermarket setup I installed. Components: Kenwood AM/FM/CD/XM head unit with USB, AUX, and Bluetooth inputs 900w Kenwood 4 channel amp Front speakers - Rockford Fosgate 5 1/4" mid-woofers (mounted in lower door), with separate component tweeters (mounted...
  2. Been waiting 40 years for this

    Range Rover Classic
    I would recommend new rotors. They are not that expensive.
  3. 1991 Range Rover Build Thread

    Range Rover Classic
    Lots of luck with your build. Get your wallet ready Lol. I am getting ready to post updated pics of my now, monster '93 build that has been my project for 4 years. I love driving it every time. Great vehicles if you maintain them properly.
  4. Post Pictures of your Classic

    Range Rover Classic
    My '93 LWB. Running 35" Super Swampers.
  5. Has to change out the heater fan.

    Range Rover Classic
    When i did my replacement several years ago i bought the blower fan assembly and heater core from Atlantic British. Its not an easy job. The whole dash needs to come out.
  6. Let's talk about MAR - Mid Atlantic Rally

    General Chatter
    Who all is going to 2015 MAR, in Pembroke, VA?
  7. Intro: Classic Cool 95

    Range Rover Classic
    Instead of cosmetics, lets see some wheels pulled off and/ or important mechanical things happening.
  8. correct coolent temp

    Range Rover Classic
    Ive been running my temp guage inline heater hose for almost 3 years. I run about 195 constant (even with recent head re-do). My dash temp guage runs below mid-point. In my opinion, as long as you establish a baseline temperature, or a constant, then simply look for any major variation. Dont...
  9. Slipped liner or bad lifter?

    Range Rover Classic
    That definitely sounds like something is broken. Rocker shaft, pushrod, spring, etc.
  10. Temperature Gauge

    Range Rover Classic
    Iput my aftermarket temp guage in the heater hose. works very well.
  11. Removing BW T-Case from RRC

    Range Rover Classic
    The top of the transfer case is hitting a body seam on the tunnel.
  12. Post Pictures of your Classic

    Range Rover Classic
    Another pic.
  13. Post Pictures of your Classic

    Range Rover Classic
    Drove the beast 6 hours to the beach this week. Did great.
  14. '93 LWB build update

    Range Rover Classic
    My Super Swamper's are doing very well thus far. Very quiet and handles as good as a lifted Rover can handle. I'm putting my Garvin roof rack on tonight. Normal stuff: Jerry can, shovel, jack, parts box, spare tire, etc. Thanks for the positive comments! I've put my heart (and wallet) into this...
  15. Mileage on original engine/transmission

    Range Rover Classic
    160k miles with original transmission and lower-end of engine. Original head gaskets replaced about 1k miles ago. Runs incredible and quiet.
  16. '93 LWB build update

    Range Rover Classic
    Been a rolling project for several years. Suspension: rte 3" springs, 1" lift spacers, 6* Terrafirma radius arms, cranked rear TF arms, +7 brake lines, dislocation cones, extended bump stops, rte steering bars, TF panhard rod, QT diff guards, red poly bushings, TF Extreme Long Travel shocks...
  17. What are you doing to your P38 this weekend?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I am doing head gaskets on my new 98 4.0 RR. Got the heads done locally this week.
  18. Motor Mounts?

    Range Rover Classic
    It's a tough job; honestly. Be very careful with your hands.
  19. Classic Daily Drive

    Range Rover Classic
    I drive my lifted '93 daily. I normally check it over, top-to-bottom, twice a week. Been a daily driver pretty much for two years. Of course, I maintain it religiously, and have spent way too much money on it...but I love driving it. It's my BOAT (Bust Out Another Thousand).
  20. On the hunt for the most solid reliable Range Rover Classic

    Range Rover Classic
    Re: On the hunt for the most solid reliable Range Rover Classic I drive a '93 LWB daily. I check the fluids about every 2 days and obviously watch for leaks. These trucks are not maintenance-free vehicles and can be very expensive to own and maintain. With that said, they are built to last...
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