LOL You drive welded axle on the street? I would have busted that long ago.
So stock diffs, axles, cvs?
Who did the bumpers? No sliders or other protection?
Are all electronics working after diesel convert? How about AC and Heat in Moab, vs Uintah?
Would like to see interior and any side...
And low maintenance extended warranties subsudize the high ones.
I had one good extended warrranty on a rover and it paid out great. The D1 was in great mechanical condition at 120k miles. No leaks, no mechanicals because I could take it in for anything.
I do not think that vince is realistic. I have had 2 range rover classics and the only thing that I did not like about them is the HVAC. If you find one that is well maintained, it should not leat anymore than any range rover. There can be issues with some parts especially interior and...
Becareful with neglected Range Rovers. I have had my H&H P38 for over ten years. On average it is about $1,000/yr to maintain well. This is shop prices + shop parts. I am likely down to little leaks that would cost a minor fortune to fix. It had head gasket done when I got it and an engine...
Yeah. I have a wife and a dog, so D1 is easy decision.
You can find plenty that are unmolested. There are quite a few out there always. Just need to search craigslist and not be too picky on location. If you are lazy and want a turn key setup, the person to go to is Elias Christeas.
Awesome. Thanks for posting the pictures. Was that 2" lift as well?
Did you have sway bars on or off? Just curious.
I will keep the sways on.
Are those side moldings (rubbing strips), what came on your vehicle?
Mine has larger/fitted rubbing strips that I think are butt ugly.
Anyone have practical experience whether the airdam on this vehicle will allow clearance of the 235/85R16?
This vehicle mostly on road, will only do minor wheeling, i.e. the airdam is fine approach angle, just wondering how the tires work with the airdam in place.