P38, 1997, 4.6 HSE Vitesse. Only Range Rover lovers will understand this. But I have just completed replacing the Front Differential, both front hubs, upper and lower ball joints, drag link and drop arm, and all seals in the front axle. I know, it was expensive on parts (I completed all of the work myself) but I know the vehicle pretty well, and still couldn't see replacing it with a total unknown. The only issue is the 192 lbf for the front axle retaining nuts, so I torgued them to 150 which is the limit of my torque wrench, then gave it a little more for good measure. The other was my surprise to finding the front end is toed out slightly. I am used to convential rear wheel drive cars where the front end has a little toe in for stability. Perhaps its a thing with live axle four wheel drive. Anyway, job jobbed, until the next project.