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Howski

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Can’t you relocate the rear heater lines? Know it’s done on the LR3 pretty regularly and would eliminate the spacer need. More surprised a tire that tall doesn’t hit on the front frame horns on an LR4
 

ERover82

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Can’t you relocate the rear heater lines? Know it’s done on the LR3 pretty regularly and would eliminate the spacer need. More surprised a tire that tall doesn’t hit on the front frame horns on an LR4
Yes, that's what I'm saying. Spacers is just one strategy, but not optimal unless you're fitting LR3 18s anyways. Frame horns is what I meant by "chassis protrusions", and yes they rub when turning.
 
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Tugela

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Sell it. If I had time, energy and space i would keep. It is a driver not some perfect restore. Same with 01 H&H. Both can go ASAP, price might vary about 2k depending on effort I put in before sale.

Both have all fluids, belts and hoses in past year (I think).

Photos?
 

bri

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Dang. There are some decent LR4 out there. At present it is looking like the D1 is going to stay with me. Just too good of a beater to let go.

The P38 H&H is gonna be replaced with the LR4, I will keep the LR4 stocker I think.
 

bri

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Anyone towed a camper or trailer with LR4?

Any thought on weight, size, mountain towing?
 

jymmiejamz

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Anyone towed a camper or trailer with LR4?

Any thought on weight, size, mountain towing?
I haven’t towed with a LR4, but have a L322. It should have plenty of power for the hills if you get a V8. Biggest issue is that it will probably really eat through some brakes, but you’re probably used to that.
 
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LR Max

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I've got a LR4 for sale. Very good truck overall and maintained by a rover family. Was daily driven until recently. Under your budget but gives you room for upgrades as needed.

 
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bri

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I've got a LR4 for sale. Very good truck overall and maintained by a rover family. Was daily driven until recently. Under your budget but gives you room for upgrades as needed.

Yes I saw it. If it were local I would come see it. I still need to clean the driveway and am likely to hold out for fewer miles and HD package. Nice looking LR4 though. Dig the color. Reminds me of my RR color.
 

bri

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I haven’t towed with a LR4, but have a L322. It should have plenty of power for the hills if you get a V8. Biggest issue is that it will probably really eat through some brakes, but you’re probably used to that.
Are brakes as easy as p38 or D1?

If I do tow trailer it will have brakes
 

bri

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@Tugela

I assume you are talking about the D1. For now I am keeping it, at least until I have the LR4 and have some armor.

The P38 H&H is going to go soon. Trying to determine how to sell. Considering BAT.

Its not perfect, but it is 100% stock and 95% working.
 

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ERover82

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Are brakes as easy as p38 or D1?

If I do tow trailer it will have brakes

Been towing a 5000lb trailer with the LR4 and a Reese proportional brake controller the last few days. Tows well for what it is. The weight and air suspension are advantages., but the relatively short wheelbase means a trailer will push it around a bit more. Power is fine, but the transmission occasionally searches for gears. This may be related to my 32.2" tires. Don't modify the exhaust if you want a quiet ride when towing though. I did and although it's just right around town and on the freeway, it drones like crazy with the additional strain of a trailer. I think the sound waves are bouncing off the trailer and back into the cab too. Also, if you add a spare tire carrier, one of the best mods IMHO, you might not be able to open the back when hitched.
 
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