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Hi all,

On my defender 90 i currently have the pro comp 2in lift kit but want more articulation on the axles.

Should i go for some tubular front shock lowering turrets with some dislocation cones or am i best sticking with what i have??

I have rear dislocation cones and am getting the rear shock lower top mounts, and them trailing and radius arms are one the list.

Any advice would be great.

many thanks

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Get your vehicle up on a ramp and see which is the limiting factor. I would guess your rear shocks bottom out before the front, so you're best off starting with longer rear dampers or lowered rear mounts.

(Classic) Land Rovers tend to have a lot more articulation in the rear. One way to improve front articulating is to drill holes in the bushes between then radius arms and the axle, thus enabling more up and downward movement. The holes should be located straight above and below the bolt.

Check out RTI photos for comparison. ;)

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Get your vehicle up on a ramp and see which is the limiting factor. I would guess your rear shocks bottom out before the front, so you're best off starting with longer rear dampers or lowered rear mounts.

(Classic) Land Rovers tend to have a lot more articulation in the rear. One way to improve front articulating is to drill holes in the bushes between then radius arms and the axle, thus enabling more up and downward movement. The holes should be located straight above and below the bolt.

Check out RTI photos for comparison. ;)

sorry to change the subject but wot wheels n tyres are theses

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