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1995 Land Rover Discovery with Diesel conversion

1995 Discovery Series I
300TDI and AUTOMATIC transmission

Literally too much to list, if I miss any details, please feel free to ask questions.

Features a complete diesel drivetrain and all proper parts from a 1997 Discovery with 60k. Pre-OBDII model year means no issues with title, registration, safety inspection, etc. Setup was imported from the UK and professionaly installed about 4 years ago. Unbelieveable torque, reliability, and fuel economy from this 2.5L turbocharged 4 cylinder, and excellent driveability on or off road. Upgraded turbocharger and intercooler from Allard in the UK. Axles front and rear were completely rebuilt and upgraded with ARB air lockers, Great Basin Rovers 4.14 gears, heavy duty axle shafts, and CV joints. Front and rear custom double cardan driveshafts by Tom Woods. Allied Beadlock wheels, 36in Super Swamper TSL SX tires, Rovertym front winch bumper, 9000lb Superwinch with Viking synthetic line, Rovertym rock sliders, Lucky8 spare tire carrier, Flexi fender flares, Vigg hood blackout, Mantec snorkel, Proline HD rear bumper, Equipe front and rear differential guards and heavy duty steering linkage, with Old Man Emu steering stabilizer.
Suspension consists of Rovertym 5in springs all around with Bilstein 7100 12in travel shocks on Rovertym mounts. Other suspension parts from Rovertym include adjustable panhard rod, radius arms, rear a-arm spacer, and extended stainless steel brake lines. X-Engineering X-flex rear suspension kit with custom Rovertym trailing arms, x-springs, and x-joints. On-board air provided by a Powertank 5lb CO2 tank in billet aluminum mount.
Optima Yellow top battery, Alpine stereo, amplifiers by Alpine and Boston, Polk dB speakers front and rear, Boston subwoofer in custom enclosure. Genuine Land Rover waterproof seat covers and heavy duty rubber mats throughout.


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