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WOW!!! That's some machine!

Will that size tire fit in stock form with air suspension?
 

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What springs & shocks have you got now?
Hi !! for the springs, bearmach BA2103 on the front and Britpart DA4197 on the rear, for the other parts, I put this :





and the result :



I need now adjustable panhard rods !! I don't have in france :crybaby2:

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Bummer!

What will?

Want to run the BFG AT M&S tires on the old 16" rims for winter and the 19" sports on it in the summer.
 

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DAV P38 said:
rogan said:
What springs & shocks have you got now?
Hi !! for the springs, bearmach BA2103 on the front and Britpart DA4197 on the rear, for the other parts, I put this :





and the result :



I need now adjustable panhard rods !! I don't have in france :crybaby2:

regards

Nice!!!

What size are the tires, shocks and the drive-shafts? Can write down some numbers?

Thanks,
Bernard.
 

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Is there much drive line noise from the Unijoints complaining about the angle they are on with the lift?? If I force the White Peril into extended mode (and maybe a little higher 8~ ) she tends to get a little noisy..
 

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Whats a matter with it. Looks solid enough. You should have seen the crap i received from Safari Gard for tie rods and rock guards for my classic. Everything had to be customized to my spec.
 

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Whats a matter with it. Looks solid enough. You should have seen the crap i received from Safari Gard for tie rods and rock guards for my classic. Everything had to be customized to my spec.
`8) Thanks for your answer !! If i understand : his parts are good ??

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dav p38

ive been thinking about making the chnage to springs from my EAS but i have questions

is there any difference in the ride quality?
is there any difference in road handling?
is there any difference to fuel economy?

what system did you fit.

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frosty
 

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I don't have any experience with Toddco. But they seem to have the only true lift kit specific to the P38 that I've seen. Rovertym is catering to DII's and I don't know if they will work for the P38. They probably will have a solution. Strutmasters might make conversion kits but they aren't off road springs. You can probably peice an OME spring kit with bilsteins together also.
 

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frosty2008 said:
ive been thinking about making the chnage to springs from my EAS but i have questions

is there any difference in the ride quality?
is there any difference in road handling?
is there any difference to fuel economy?
Jebus, way to start World War 3.
 

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PMPN8EZ said:
Whats a matter with it. Looks solid enough. You should have seen the crap i received from Safari Gard for tie rods and rock guards for my classic. Everything had to be customized to my spec.
I made mine from 2" DOM tubing with a .25 wall thickness IIRC.
Adjustable Johnny Joint on one end, fixed JJ on the other. Both greasable.

Martin
 
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