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I have a question - I am getting ready to do a major service on my 2008 Land Rover Defender 110 trying to eliminate some severe oil leaks from the engine, transmission and transfer case. I live in Grenada, West Indies with no LR dealer or shop on island. I have the electronic version of the service manual from Padock which lists lots of special tools required. The Service Manual lists the part numbers for the tools, however when I look up the part numbers on the JLR Tooling and Equipment Web Shop (https://jlrequipment.service-solutions.com/en-US/Pages/home.aspx) I have only been able to find a few of the tools - most come up with no resluts. Is there a better way to look these part numbers up? Thanks for your help!
Good evening ladies and gentlemen! Recently I replaced the front dampers, springs and turrets on my Discovery TD5. Before I did this I scoured the interweb for all the information and made notes. I thought rather then throwing the notes away I would post them on here - hopefully will be of use to somebody... Part Numbers Spring N/S TD5 & V8 --- REB101340 Spring O/S TD5 --- REB101341 Spring O/S V8 --- REB101330 Spring Seat N/S --- REG000030 Spring Seat O/S --- REG000020 Isolator (turret ring) --- RBC100111 Turret nuts (M8 flange head nyloc) Dampers (coil front suspension, air rear, non ACE) --- RNB103533 Dampers (coil front, coil rear, with ACE) --- RNB103683 Dampers (coil front suspension, air rear, with ACE --- RNB103694 Lower damper bolts (M10x30 flange head bolt) Turrets --- KVU101051 Silly money from LR and aftermarket not much cheaper. I went for heavy duty versions - thicker, stronger, will last longer and the open design is easier to clean the cr*p out. I got mine from here http://www.shirefabrications.com/ they don't actually advertise them (maybe because they supply the likes of Paddocks etc - they look identical) but give them a ring, great service & nice people and cheaper Bump stops --- RNV100060 Anti roll bar links --- RBM100223 Anti roll bar nuts (M12 flange head nyloc) --- RYH100590 Torques Damper lower bolts --- 45nm/33ft lb(from Land Rover workshop manual - I have seen 55nm/40ft lb quoted) Damper top bolt --- 125nm/92ft lb Isolator/turret nuts --- 23nm/17 ft lb Anti roll bar link nuts --- 100nm/74ft lb Easy enough to do, plenty of guides/info if you search. Unless you're using a ramp I suggest using coil spring compressors (can be done without). All info given in good faith however I cannot guarantee the accuracy. Enjoy!