No speed restriction with LLAMs up to above offroad height. Just an push of a button even when on the move :flipoff2:Yea Lift kit, don't want to keep her under 30mph!:flipoff2:
Yea your right, better stick to the mall parking lot. :shaking: Offroading is just too much ware and tear. :flipoff2: I better not swap out my pulley, it just might put stress and strain on my engine!Rods will stop the car going down onto the tyres but at the height required, the drive train and suspension components will require regular replacement.
I'd rather dump the air system and all of issues than spend a few hunski on a black box. Fox shocks headquarters is only 8 miles away, spending moneyNo speed restriction with LLAMs up to above offroad height. Just an push of a button even when on the move :flipoff2:
No load on the CVs - and normal or lower height when onroad.
Johnson Rods are really old technology and you will have your vehicle jacked up all the time - not good for the suspension.
If you must go the rod route these are a better proposition - normal height when onroad and a higher setting for offroad - far better than Johnson Rods.
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LLAMS is a lot cheaper than the above option ($AU600). Fox don't have a coil-over option for the L320. The fronts are struts and the rears are air bag in a different location to the shock. Neither of those will convert easily or cheaply to a coil-over setup.I'd rather dump the air system and all of issues than spend a few hunski on a black box. Fox shocks headquarters is only 8 miles away, spending money
on a set of custom coilovers is a better direction.
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So you want me to downgrade my front brakes to fit the 18" wheels?garrycol:35707578 said:As a 6 year owner of a L320 RRS that is used as an offroad vehicle - I do have just a little bit of experience of these vehicles both onroad and offroad - just a little bit more than some Johnny come lately who has only had one of these for 4 weeks.
I think you are more interested in show rather than out of the car park use - noting wrong with the tyres you got but why stay with 20" with their small sidewall height. Why not go with Compmotive 18" rims which will fit your vehicle and go with the appropriate BFG tyres - much more capable off road with their superior and forgiving side wall height.
You seem to know it all and are not interested in advice - so what more can I add other than I hope you have got deep pockets to pay the tow trucks to bring your vehicle home.
Good Luck with it but if you don't want the air suspension why buy a RRS in the first place, sort of defeats the purpose - just get an old Toyota.
Nope. The 18" wheels Garry is on about are designed to clear the big brakes.So you want me to downgrade my front brakes to fit the 18" wheels?
Real smart old size one.
One again this reflects how little you know about these cars. As you are in the US join http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/9-range-rover-sport-l320/ and you might learn something.So you want me to downgrade my front brakes to fit the 18" wheels?
Real smart old size one.
This is my third Land Rover and nearly 20 years on Pirate. Yea I'm new to the L320 issues. Not new to off road. So how about a little STFU :flipoff2: