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Wow been a while! Stuck at home and looking to refresh the springs and shocks. I used spring isolators at the front last time but can’t find the part number I ordered.

RBC100111 looks similar but is for a Disco II, will these fit my 90?

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Front-Upper-Coil-Spring-Isolator-Turret-Rings-for-Land-Rover-Discovery-2-/292389210046

TIA

Trev

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9 minutes ago, Litch said:

I am currently fitting a new chassis to my 90 and fitted ANR2938 to all four springs only yesterday. 😁

Do they fit correctly?  I don’t know if the front and rear spring seats are exactly the same size,  it I want to do the same on my RRC, which I think only has them in the rear.

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14 minutes ago, hurbie said:

can someone explain to me what these "isolators"  do for your springs ?

Give a small lift and reduce noise transfer from the axles.

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13 hours ago, Snagger said:

Do they fit correctly?  I don’t know if the front and rear spring seats are exactly the same size,  it I want to do the same on my RRC, which I think only has them in the rear.

Yes, they fitted fine.

No real reason for fitting them, I wasn't after a lift or anything but thought that they can't do any harm and they may prevent noises that I didn't even know were present! 

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The principle purpose is noise reduction.  They stop a lot of the twanging noise from the springs being transmitted to the chassis and body.  The lift is small and incidental.

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