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  1. Height sensor rubber bushing on radius arm; replacement?

    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...
  2. radius arms - uk, exchange basis

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Although my engine is now in bits (head gasket blown at no 7 to outside) I'm optimistically turning my thoughts to the front suspension. Does anyone know who does radius arms on an exchange basis in the UK. My RR came with some silly orange PU bushes on the radius arms that I want to return to...
  3. replacing bushes on rear trailing arm vs front radius arms ?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I'm looking at replacing my rear trailing arm bushes and the manual says to raise the car on a four-post lift and depressurise air bags. My car is on coils so I can't depressurise the air bags and I don't have a four-post lift. Would it be alright to raise the chassis up, support it on some...
  4. radius arm bushes

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Can anyone advise me as to the best radius arm bushes to fit/rubber or poly bushes.
  5. Radius arm bushes and tool

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    for those who need to change your bushes, autodata give the remove and install time as 1hr50min per side!:-?, yep we all know thay done this on a brand new rr in a compleate workshop!`),well ordered a set and found out thay are poly outers, so phoned mate who spent half his life working on rr's...
  6. radius arm push dimensions

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    today i have tried to replace the faded radius arms pushes, i had the arms removed in workshop and sent them to engineering workshop to press the new britpart replacement part but the guy there told me i can't press because the new pushes are larger than the existing one, then i confirmed what...
  7. Help finding garage to replace Radius arm bushes

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi guys. Decided to replace the bushes on the front radius control arms as they are worn and I can move the arm on the bushes. I have cut the bushes out, but I now have the issue of getting the new ones in. I am keeping it standard and have a set of genuine bushes, BUT I cannot find any...
  8. radius arms torque specs

    Range Rover Classic
    I am going to be refitting my range rover radius arms. just wondering if I should torque the axle mount bolts specific. also how tight should I do the chasis mount bolt?
  9. 1974 rrc radius arm bushings

    Range Rover Classic
    I am In need of the four radius arm axle mount bushings for a 74 rrc. I was able to find a kit but has other things included which I don't need and it is a lot of money. so I am hoping to find somewhere selling just the four bushings. also...... is it difficult to remove and replace these bushings?
  10. Rear radius arm

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    So, just after I noticed that my rear right airbag is leaking, I noticed this in my rear left radius arm. The picture is not great, as it was taken at night with the flash on, but I think it's visible that the rubber that envelopes the arm (near the rear of the RR) is broken. I know that I...
  11. Radius Arm Bushings keep destroying themselves

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    ok so i recently pressed in anr3332 bushings into my radius arms and fitted anr2563 bushings to the body. after 1000 miles the anr2563 bushings were completely flattened out and destroyed so i fitted new anr2563s, and they destroyed themselves a second time. now the radius arms are loose and...
  12. 4.6 radius arm bush replacment

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've a 1996 4.6 hse with a bad wobble on rear when breaking, especially from around 65 or 70 mph. Seems it could be the bushes as I replaced discs (rotors) and pads with no real improvement. Does this seem logical ? If so, I was wondering if anyone in U.K. supplies re bushed arms on an exchange...
  13. Radius Arm Busings won't go in!

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I bought a radius arm bushing kit from Miami British on eBay. The part number he purports to be the right on: AMR3332 will not go in. I got the old ones out without much trouble. A bit of torch and hammer action.:twisted: I took the radius arms to a shop to have them pressed in. The...
  14. radius arm lower bushes

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    alright guys. put my rangie for mot the other day, stressing about what it was going to fail on and the expense on how much it was going to cost to fix, garage phoned me back to tell me it only failed on 2 radius arm lower bushes. delighted is an understaetment as i thought it would have been a...
  15. Radius arm bushing tool

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, I'm in the process of completely refreshing the front suspension of my (new to me) '01. I've finished replacing everything (just about- shocks, Arnott gen III airbags, ball joints, track rod, drag link, steering damper. sway bar bushings and links) except the panhard and radius arm...
  16. 2006 Sport Maximum Tire Radius (without modification)

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Last year my wife got me Lexani 285/35/22 Tires for with new 22" rims for my 2006 Range Rover Sport. They look great, but the ride is a bit rough and i'm looking to replace the tires. I would like to get more of a sidewall while maintaining use of the 22" rims. What's the max i could go...
  17. Rear Radius arm bush

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, I have a slight steering wobble felt at around 60 KMPH. I checked under the car & found that bushings of rear radius arms are damaged (missing collar like portion). These are orange colour polybushes. Front ones are fine , replaced about 2 months ago with blue colour poly bushes. Can...
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