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  1. Range Rover Classic
    Went off roading today and managed to bend the driver-side trailing arm into a "U" shape. I was curious on others experiences in replacing the trailing arms. It looks to be a very straight forward fix but we all know how those plans go.
  2. 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...
  3. Range Rover Classic
    Not only are the bushings knackered toward the front of the vehicle on the trailing arms, the left one has a significant bend. It's no wonder my rear end is a little squirrelly. I am considering the terrafirma cranked trailing arms as replacements. Anyone here use them or have any...
  4. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I've got 82K miles on the clock of my 2003 and have been dealing with a squeaking noise coming from my rear suspension for a while now... I have replaced the bushings and rear shocks but no luck. My mechanic now tells me I need a new trailing arm for the rear right side -- but I can't seem to...
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