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  1. Range Rover Sport II / L494
    Hello. I'm currently replacing the front rearward lower control arm but I'm having the toughest time removing the lower ball joint. This may be the toughest ball joint I've ever had to remove. I wanted to make sure that I wasn't missing anything other than removing the 36mm nut from the ball...
  2. Range Rover Classic
    Hey Guys I'm looking for any recommendations for a bushing kit for my 89, I particularly need the radius arm bushings, so will have to include those. Are there any opinions on going OEM rubber vs other materials? Thanks, James
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Is the hard rubber mount for the lower height sensor arm replaceable? I am looking for the attachment point from the lower sensor arm to the suspension(rear radius arm). Ive searched for a replacement but I haven't had any luck and I haven't seen any diagrams indicating a part number either. I...
  4. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hey Guys, I will be tackling the much delayed task of changing the bushings of all the control arms on my 2006 RRS 4.2L. My ride is very bouncy right now and I will be purchasing the polybush kit for both front and back. I have researched greatly and almost ready to begin but I would like to...
  5. Range Rover Sport / L320
    How does the L320 absorb road vibration through the steering colom? ive read the earlier model had a damper cheers
  6. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hey guys. I just completed replacing the front LCA bushings on the driver side. This is not a DIY but more of a "lessons learned" for people that would like to try this on their own. The tools and materials I used for this were: Poybush bushings (both front and rear of front LCA) 3 ton jack 6...
  7. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I'd like to order some sway bar bushings from British Atlantic but I don't know if my vehicle takes the ones with or without roll stability?
  8. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I have a 2010 LR4 which appears to have the same front lower bushing setup as the RRS. According to the shop manuals pressing the bushings in and out requires a special tool set (see pic). RAVE has said the same thing for my '04 RR, but I have found that I can often get by without the...
  9. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Didn't have much luck searching for an answer to this specific question... I've got a 2010 RRS HSE without DR. I've managed to replace the sway bar bushings at all four corners except the driver side front. That top nut is quite a pain to get to. Does anybody have advice on what tools/tricks...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello, I am replacing the bushings on the anti-roll bar (sway bar). The metal collars used to secure them to the sway bar have unequal shoulders. Which side faces the outside, the larger or smaller shoulder? Thanks, Vancer
  11. Range Rover Classic
    Hello Fellow Classic owners! I am in a pickle. I live in Virginia, but right now I am stuck in Florida in need of a part that no one can identify. I need the bushing that slides over the front axle and centers the axle in the hole at the back of the swivel ball (looking inside perspective). It...
  12. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Does anyone know for a tutorial how to change the bushes to poly bushes on range rover sport 3.6 v8 2007
  13. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hi all, I'm brand new to the forum, so hope I'm not asking an oft repeated question: I hear a noise going over bumps in my 2008 RR Sport (72000 miles) that sounds suspiciously like worn suspension bushings. My question - is there a particular bushing that typically wears out, first, that I...
  14. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Greetings P38 brethren! Quick question: do I need to have my rig up on an actual lift to replace the front sway bar bushings and drop links, or will jacks suffice (and be safe)? Thanks for the help, Darvin
  15. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Get this lovely sound when going over bumps:
  16. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Ok. So my 2006 RRSS needs new front sway bar bushings. I called the dealer-$375+tax. Then I called the neighborly Indy gent who wants $315+tax. Both seem on the high side and I certainly thought the Indy would be significantly cheaper. At that price I'd just go to the dealer and save myself over...
  17. Range Rover Sport / L320
    So I'm pretty sure my sway bar bushing is squeaking again, happens at braking and accelerating at low speeds. I replaced all 4 about 5k miles ago.. Is it possibly for them to squeak again so quicky? Anything I should do, replace them again? Thanks
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