LUNCHBOX :: 1998 Land Rover Discovery

lunchbox

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Now sitting on a 3” lift. I plan to slap some 35x11.5s on there at some point. These 37’s will rub at full stuff in front. I also got a TF rear bumper and receiver hitch. My SG bumper was beyond repair. And I learned that polybushes suck.
 

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Now sitting on a 3” lift. I plan to slap some 35x11.5s on there at some point. These 37’s will rub at full stuff in front. I also got a TF rear bumper and receiver hitch. My SG bumper was beyond repair. And I learned that polybushes suck.
Who makes that front bumper?
 

idkmybffjjill

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Sick build! I'm jealous of your front shock towers. Have you ever considered going with a ram-assist for the front steering? like from gwyn lewis? I'm in the process of adding it to mine. Well waiting on parts currently.
 

lunchbox

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Yes…I had hydro assist at one point. I was running a GM pump and tapped the box. I only ran it a few trips. It just couldn’t get it to behave like I wanted.

 

idkmybffjjill

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Yes…I had hydro assist at one point. I was running a GM pump and tapped the box. I only ran it a few trips. It just couldn’t get it to behave like I wanted.

Interesting. Did it attach to the steering bar? The gwyn lewis bracket allows you to replace the steering stabilizer with the ram. The lines that come with it just T into the existing box lines so you don't have to tap the box. Much easier than the PSC ram i welded onto my 4runner. I just want to be able to steer with 10 psi in my tires.