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  1. Range Rover Classic
    Hi I did have a look to see if there were any threads on here sorry if I over looked it .anyway I have a 93 lwb I'm in need of a new swivel housing kit looking on various web sites the swivel seal comes up with a 8mm 9mm and a 12 mm it has abs any ideas?
  2. Range Rover Classic
    So I'm slowly catching up on the maintenance of my RRC that I've had for over one year. A few weeks ago I re-did the swivel housing gaskets & wheel bearings/set preload on the driver's side. It's an ABS model, and the top swivel pin had just the one large thrust washer, instead of a...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Is there anyone out there who has this tool p/n lrt-54-006 or one of their own design that could take some measurements of this tool. I have a lathe and would like to make one for myself. Just need some accurate measurements to go by. Thank you, Kevin
  4. Range Rover Classic
    Looking for Information on if a thrust washer is placed below and above the thrust bearing in the upper swivel Pin? which is proper placement when I removed the old crushed one it only had one above the bearing? I have ABS brakes. Thanks, Jay Kneiss 1995 SWB county classic
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Here is the progress so far - as you will see from the pix - the upper ball joint will not budge the c-clamp is clearly bending this is a kit from H*** Freight tools Any body know where I can get the proper tool - one that is man enough for the job. A web search has a few that are almost a...
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I'm in the process of replacing upper and lower ball joints in a 2000 Range. I ran into a little bit of a problem. I can't remove swivel hub in order to gain access to the ball joints. Anybody know how to remove the tapered nut, with a slit, on the lower ball joint? I can't remove that. The...
  7. Range Rover Classic
    I am replacing my swivel ball oil seals. from what I can see the easiest way to do this is to disconnect the steering bars and remove the whole hub assembly complete from the axle housing. is this correct?
  8. Range Rover Classic
    I just disassembled my steering linkage and using the fish scale method pulled on the steering arm for each wheel. The scale I'm using is showing resistance between 20-25 lbs on each wheel. My Rover has 200K miles on it and as far as I know the preload has never been adjusted. Does it seem...
  9. Range Rover Classic
    Shocked to find a bunch of metal shrapnel where the bearing used to be! OK, cleaned it all out, got the parts I need, (top and bottom thrust washers and needle bearing). Can anyone look at the pic here and tell me if that ring at the bottom is actually what's left of the bottom thrust washer...
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