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Hello all i have replaced all 4 shocks on my p38 with terrafirma ones its made a great improvement but the rise is still not great i have had the rangie 17 years all bushes have been done nit airsprings years old will replacing tjem make a beter ride tjamks ste.2000 dse.
 

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I was told that you need BOGE or Sachs shocks, or your air springs will be as good as coil springs because of shocks who are to stiff, and therefore the ride won't be as smooth as with stock shocks.
 

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There are three different types of Terrafirma shocks for the p38.

TF125/126 std length
TF 144/145 +2" heavy duty. I have these fitted to my car with Arnott Gen III's. Yes a bit hard on the road cf Dunlop but softer off road and much better for towing.
TF176/177 new type +2" with adjustable damping !
 

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There are three different types of Terrafirma shocks for the p38.

TF125/126 std length
TF 144/145 +2" heavy duty. I have these fitted to my car with Arnott Gen III's. Yes a bit hard on the road cf Dunlop but softer off road and much better for towing.
TF176/177 new type +2" with adjustable damping !
Careful, later front Arnott gen3 are NOT 2 inches longer anymore. Used to be. Not anymore.
 
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