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  1. Weights on crankshaft/damper pulley 2002 P38 4.6

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I am in the process of replacing my crank pulley due to it wobbling at idle/low rpm due to rubber deterioration. On removal, I noticed that there is a balance weight attatched to the front inside part of the assembly. A friend provided me with two other pulleys, (both from 4.6 Bosch donors)...
  2. Anti Vibration / Damper weights clunking

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    The weights are grounding out when I go over bumps, is there an adjustment to stiffen them or a shock absorber I may be missing? How can I correct this. Thanks
  3. has anyone used 5.0L oil weights other than 5w20

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    5w20 seems like it is too thin an oil for the 5.0l especially when considered the only recd weight worldwide under every condition. i have my doubts with its performance when it gets hot or under long periods of moderate to hard accelleration. i have been thinking of trying 0w30 or 0w40. Does...
  4. Towing with L494 - Weights

    Range Rover Sport II / L494
    I have a 22.5 foot travel trailer which is not quite meeting my needs, my travel trailer has a 6160 lbs GVWR, Hitch weight 275lbs. I saw the pictures in this article http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1096971_range-rover-sport-hybrid-tows-airstream-on-arctic-adventure of a RRS towing an...
  5. Mass-dampner tuning weights and vibration

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Im trying to track down some info. to solve a vibration problem. My 96hse starts to get a vibration at 3000, and continues up. From idle to 3000 its very smooth. Im thinking it may be the mass- dampner, as there's almost 2mm of runout on it, and the isolation rubber has a lot of small...
  6. Vibration damping weights.

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Good day gentlemen. As always I did a search. I am looking for the location of the front vines took damping weights. I read on a TSB these can be removed to see if they attribute to the notorious front end clunk. I realize its in most cases the sway bar bushings but service told me the sway bar...
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