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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    It looks like i'm going to be replacing a few rear diff studs shortly (ie when they arrive), as my quick-change rear diff replacement foundered as I encountered the 20 year old fixings to the axle casing. I have a really good Irwin nut remover for removing rounded nuts - but it turns out it...
  2. Range Rover Classic
    I changed the ATF in my transfer box today and happened to notice that the transmission brake drum had a bit of movement in it, so I picked up the rear axle and rotated the rear propshaft by hand and discovered all 4 nuts were loose and the bolts/studs were spinning freely when I tried to...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Guys. I've purchased a TerraFirma coil conversion / lift for my P38. I want to add additional 1" aluminum spacers, however, the only way to do this is to remove the pressed-in studs from the aluminum spring perches and replace them with longer ones. I have a few questions on how to best...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    On various threads it is recommended to install headstuds instead of the stretchbolts (and a good composite gasket). Since I have (again) a possible gasketfailure (damp sparkplug in cyl. #6 and a rest-pressure in the system when staying overnight) I intend to install the headstuds, but what are...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    i replaced a front wheel hub today and never thought about it until it was off the car then realized there is no room to get the studs out from back of the hub while it is together. am i missing something easy and obvious?
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have a nice set of wheels ready to go on, but need to put in approx 6mm or 1/4" longer wheel studs. Did a search, but no real answers. I see that at least on the front there is limited space due to the bearing configuration. What is the rear like? Anyone got advice or real knowledge?
  7. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I have a 2011 L322. I am mounting a set of wheels that have a peculiar offset which makes the length of the exposed stud less that what we need to safely tighten down the lug nuts. We only get 5 full 360 degree turns and the safe minimum of thread engagement should be around 7-8. Therefore...
  8. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I have a 2008 RRS and someone tried to steal my rims. My wife and I didn't knew we drove off with only the wheel lock and sheared off two (2) of my studs. Now can I just get new studs and press them in or do I have to buy and whole new wheel hub?
  9. Range Rover Classic
    Hi all, I need to pick your brains over these ARP head stud kits. I know loads of folks have used the older kit (Buick#124-4003) on Rover V8's old and new and had good results. But I'm sure you are aware of the 'new' kit designed for the later 10 bolt heads (Rover#157-4301) that are available...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Any body give me an idea how much of a risk I'm taking driving on 4 wheel studs? Broken one on the rear and might not be able to splash out on a new hub straight away.... In fact might even take a few days to track down a second hand hub. Cheers Joe
  11. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Anyone know the part number for a set of ARP con rod studs? I assume they manufacture one but having looked all over the net I'm struggling to find one. It's for a 2000 4.0L V8 engine. It may be that it's designed for the original buik engine.......
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