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Finally got round to taking a few pics of my conversion.My car is a 2003 and i facelifted it to 2006 spec a couple of years ago. I was thinking of changing it this year but decided to keep it as its been faultless for the last four years. I like the look of the new lights and the led indicators are much safer (ive nearly been rear ended twice by people who have said they couldn't see my rear indicator flashing as the brake light is in the middle of it) I modified the new front bumper to take the older larger parking sensors and colour coded the door handles while the paint was in the gun.
 

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Great job ogy! I noticed you updated the range rover lettering with the new "noble finish." How much was that upgrade?
 

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It was about £40 for front and back. I used masking tape to Mark the position of letters before removing them.
 

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Congrats on the upgrade - looks well special.

Nice to see someone from old blighty doing the biz instead of the usual USA stuff. :thumb:
 

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Hello all, been lurking....great site...

looks great, and I predict with time someone on sleazebay will have a complete upgrade kit minus the paint of course.
 

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looks great ogy.
 

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That is about the classiest custom conversion I've seen, as far as not being too "bling". Just plain clean and classy! :thumb:
 

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very nice, i converted mine a couple of months ago aswel. have you managed to get the power wash for the headlights working correctly? i changed the bottle and all the pumps to the 2010 but the power wash wont work, apparently the headlamps unused wiper motor plug needs a wire bridging but no one seems to know which wire. :?
 

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thanks for the compliments. I am debating ordering a new 2011 black grill from dealers.The side vents are the same as 2010 anyway apart from the supercharged ones. could someone in usa email bfgoodrich for me? im thinking of changing my tires from 285 50 20 cooper ltz to bfg all terrains but they only do a 55 at the moment. I would like to know if they are making a 50 this year but they dont seem to want to reply to a british email. I would export
a set to uk if they are going to make them soon. thanks again!
 

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ogy,

Maybe it does help to send a message from this side of the pond. I got this responce in less than an hour:

January 06, 2011

Hello Chad,

Thank you for your email. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.

BF Goodrich does not have any plans to produce an LT285/50R20 or an LT275/55R20, but we have some very close.

We have an LT285/55R20 and an LT275/65R20 both in the All Terrain and available.

We apologize that the tires you requested are not available in the All Terrain T/A KO.

We appreciate your business and thank you for choosing BFGoodrich.

It is our goal to ensure that your issue has been resolved or your question answered to your satisfaction. If we can assist you further, please respond to this email or call us at 1-877-788-8899 (toll free) between 8:00AM and 8:00PM Eastern Time Monday through Friday or between 8:30AM and 4:30PM Eastern Time on Saturday.

Sincerely,

Michael T.

Consumer Care Department
Certified BFGoodrich Product Expert

It looks like the LTZ, Terra Grappler, Open Country and a few others are what we have to work with.
 

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That was quick! thanks for that. I will have to look at other options. I found a pic of a nice 2010 rrover with the new darker grill. I like the tyre choice and thought I would upload a picture.
 

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