|11-28-2015 02:04 AM|
|11-27-2015 11:46 AM|
Not a ready pick, cause only frame is on the garage...
But litlle vid when she was still movin'
|11-25-2015 06:00 AM|
|11-19-2015 04:51 AM|
|11-18-2015 01:57 AM|
|speeddr2000||what radius arms are you using and lift size ?|
|10-29-2015 05:29 PM|
A couple of pics from a magazine shoot the car was in in Australia called 4WD Action.
|10-20-2015 12:32 AM|
Got another series 2A a little while back.
most of the fleet lined up in the same place for the first time ever.
Still a couple of Peugeots and an old Austin truck to add to that though!
|09-03-2015 06:47 PM|
|09-03-2015 06:38 PM|
|e55komp||My 89 D110|
|07-29-2015 07:40 AM|
Only a few changes since last year. Still needs paint
|06-30-2015 10:15 AM|
|06-09-2015 05:32 AM|
My '80 ex-MoD SIII 109, currently waiting for it's 2.25L to be rebuilt:
|06-09-2015 04:45 AM|
|06-03-2015 06:30 AM|
Iím new here but I already love this forum!! Iíve already seen a lot of awesome projects here! The people here in Germany are usually much more conservative with their rebuilds.
Just wanted to post a few pics of my Defender 110 ďBajaFenderĒ race truck.. Iím currently converting to a 3.0l BMW M57 Diesel engine to have some more torque for the European Bajaís / Rally Raidís.
see more on www.facebook.com/BlackDezertRacing
|05-29-2015 06:21 AM|
A Defender is as different from a Ninety as a Series 2 is from a 2a or 3. i.e. not a lot, but they are different.
"Defender" did not exist before 1990 and was launched with the 200Tdi engine in the 90. If yours is older than 1990, then it is a Ninety, One Ten or 127. If newer, then yes it is a Defender; 90, 110 or 130.
|05-22-2015 12:25 PM|
|02-28-2015 08:44 AM|
This is my '87 Range Rover. I picked it up 2 years ago disabled and it sat until Jan 2015 when I swapped out the bad motor for a mercedes OM617 diesel. I also lifted it 4" and put some 33" tires on it to get me by while I finish planning my project.
[Ill come back with pics... Cant figure it out right now.]
|02-20-2015 08:44 AM|
Just picked this up: 1987 RRC - California car, Fresh 4.2 swap, 2" BL
ARB lockers F/R
24 spline axle shafts
24 spline 4.75 R&P
Move rear axle back 2"
3 link front, 4 link rear
Trail Worthy 8 bolt Dual beadlocks on 35's
It's a great starting point. NOW for some picts!
|02-20-2015 12:20 AM|
my Discovery 5" lift 33x10.5 next to a Bad ASS Series 2A with a 6" lift Huge ENV axles Huge steering rods and Flat Fenders on 35's However the Series was design for 40's
|01-31-2015 10:50 AM|
|Matt_T||It makes for a fun journey driving in traffic, gets off the line and up to 50 pretty quick so surprises a lot of people, and will happily sit at 70 with very little effort. Its nice having the disc brakes too! AFAIK the running gear was all taken from the same early Discovery and is all as it left the factory. Fixing little faults has taken up so much of my time with this thing that I've not looked closely enough to figure out if its 10 or 24 spline.|
|01-27-2015 11:48 AM|
Post a pic of your Rover!
What is the performance like with the GM V8 diesel? What ratio LT230 are you using and what differentials / halfshafts?
|01-19-2015 05:30 PM|
|deepseaoutlaw||are those two inch wheel spacers?|
|01-18-2015 03:30 PM|
Wearing out the 31" STTs first
The HD front and rear trailing arms work great. This Spring it'll get its new HD axles, .437 R&P gears and front locker, then 33" Wrangler MT/Rs. 'Plenty of capability as it is with rear locker and armor, but there's this one boulder that I'd like to get over better... 'Already broke the cheap NitroChargers and put Bilsteins on instead, front and back. The rear spring dislocation cones sound freaky-cool when articulating. It'll be fun to improve articulation up front, too. Ah, with time. The 2 videos crack me up with the squeamish wife and friends... HAAAAH!
|01-18-2015 10:59 AM|
My SII, GM 6.2 diesel, Discovery 4spd AT, LT230 and Discovery axles. Been like this 20yrs now and I'm slowly getting it back to a reliable condition from previous owners 'improvements'...
|01-01-2015 11:12 PM|
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