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  1. Range Rover Sport II / L494
    So which one do you think is better off road? The New Defender or the Range Rover Sport. Cast your vote above in the poll and give your reasons. Would you consider trading in your Sport for a Defender? The Sport has a proven track record off road. Range Rover Sport with 1.5 inch Johnson Rod...
  2. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    If you want to lift or lower your Range Rover L405, Johnson Rods has just what your need. Our 1.5 inch lift kit maintains superior ride quality while allowing for a larger off road tire. Shown below with 275-55-20 Nittro Ridge Grappler tires. A nice aggressive look and very capable off road...
  3. Range Rover Classic
    Having trouble torquing down the connecting rods after installing rod bearings. After torquing down pistons 1 & 2, I'm finding the crank impossible to spin, which is required to torque the other rods down. I've broken 2 breaker bars attempting its rotation. Once both con rod pistons are...
  4. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I am new to the site and would appreciate any guidance you all can give. I have a 2006 l322 with Johnson rods and 33” nitto ridge grapplers. I use this around town but have primarily built it for off road us. Great truck but I am concerned about the potential loss of compression on the air...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I need adjustable panhard rods (bushed), and the sources that all had them at one time no longer do. Does anyone know who has any or can make them custom? Thanks, Christian
  6. Range Rover Classic
    1995 Classic with 3.9L engine with 185k miles I've removed my pistons to install new rings and some of the bearing shells are worn and showing copper. Can I just order a new standard set and replace them (machining the crank at this point is not feasible for me)?
  7. New Member Introductions, No Questions Please
    Hi I am new to this forum and own a 2005 RR Vogue. Regards Rod
  8. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I've searched high and low on the internet and haven't found much on the topic. I have a 2003 Land Rover, Range Rover, HSE, BMW 4.4L V8 with 104k; that's showing signs of worn bearings ( rough shaking Idle, metal bearing fragments in the oil, and the lovely STOP! LOW OIL PRESSURE LIGHT) I'd...
  9. Range Rover Classic
    I'm in the midst of replacing the rusty mess that is the glass tailgate frame on my 92 Classic with the Masai kit. I also purchased a new handle since mine was missing. So far so good but... I can't figure out how the pin in the middle of the handle interacts with the center of the rod...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have all of the parts necessary to replace the timing cover to block gasket on my 1977 4.6 P38. Since I have to pull the oil pan to accomplish this task, I have a question. The Range Rover has 173000 miles on it. There is a very light no load knock (only I seem to be able to hear this) when...
  11. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi All, I have a quick question. At some point I bought two tie rods ends part number QFS000010. I was probably making the assumption that there was only one on each side and two of these would replace the worn units. Anyway, I can't remember the logic when I bought these a couple years ago...
  12. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Does anyone know the purpose of this bracket over the nut/bolt that holds the front panhardrod to the chassisrail? It's in the way, I want to renew the bushings of that rod.
  13. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Trying to figure out if the ball joint that connects to the pitman arm on the drag link is the same as the ends of the tie rod.I don't need to get the whole assembly to replace one worn part. My local part store has the tie rod ends...Or, is there compatable part from a different vehicle? My...
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