Has anyone completed this lift? I've got a coil conversion with lifted profile from Atlantic British and would like to add the Toddco 2 inch spacers.
Center of hub (LR emblem in the wheel) to lowest portion of the wheel arch is probably doing to be your best bet for suspension specific. Tire lift can be calculated by tire diameter minus the sag for tire pressure of course.2.5 seems ok. I wouldn't mind a little more. Maybe a larger tire would do the trick.
Any idea on where one would measure to determine exactly how much lift you currently have?
Basically a terrible plan considering the angle that would put into the axle/hub connection. Anything more than about 2" over stock cannot be properly aligned either. 2.5 maybe about max but I be that's pushing it to just out of spec.Has anyone completed this lift? I've got a coil conversion with lifted profile from Atlantic British and would like to add the Toddco 2 inch spacers.
More like something simple that was made expensive by a dealer or went cheap on parts. I have not had one "failure" in 166,000 miles and it's a very heavy build. It may have the 2nd compressor, maybe even the 3rd, but I can swap one in less than an hour after removing the sliders which is actually the more difficult aspect. I can change any of the struts in about 30 minutes. All the valve blocks are original and the struts were fine when I replaced due them just being at 120k and having that upgrade itch when I replaced all the other suspension components - after which it felt like a new vehicle again!air suspension failed the second time and previous owner had enough
To answer your question, without tangential views, yes-retrofitting OME springs to the AB stock height kit works fine. Depending on intended application you can choose between MD or HD from AB, and be done with it.Hi everyone, experienced off-roader here with another brand. Completely new to LR, except for the 72’ series III I had briefly in high school almost 30 years ago.
just bought an 08’ LR3 HSE that already had the AB coil conversion done (air suspension failed the second time and previous owner had enough). It was a little old lady and the reputable Land Rover shop put in what seems like a lower than stock height coil/ strut.
QUESTION- to increase ride height can I just replace the coils with bigger coils on the strut or will I need to buy different sized struts too? Don’t want to re-buy something if I don’t have to. Going to do the 2” OME or 3” Lucky 8.