Gary, I would only make the switch if I planned to make the car a second car and/or dedicated offroad/hunting/etc. vehicle. You will destroy the street ride. BMW performed one of the greatest feats of automotive engineering in creating a true offroad capable vehicle that would still be a pleasure to drive, even for BMW/P-car enthusiasts as many of us are.04RangeRover said:...I am not concerned at all about the option of adjustable height, as I will never go offroading with this car. I am not concerend about loss of value, because I have no plans of selling this vehicle, but I am concerned about minimzing maintenance costs, therefore springs is a good option for me.
1. My main concern is the ride quality, how much stiffer will the ride be, and keep in mind my Range Rover has 24" wheels installed ?
2. I have noticed that there are few companies offering coil conversion, which one would you guys recommend between Strutmasters, Atalantic British and Arnott.
3. Will Coil springs substantially affect the handling of the vehicle.
4. I have noticed that some of the coil kits come with a new set of front end struts, some don't and require reusing your old struts, which one would you guys recommend.
If you do the conversion, get the struts that are designed to work with the springs.