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    The Great White

    1992 Range Rover Classic



    Engine/Drive train:
    Rebuilt 4.0 engine with 4.2 cam (16,000miles)
    Custom Cone Intake
    Magnaflow Exhaust
    LT230 out of DII
    ARB lockers front and rear
    4.75 R&Ps
    GB HD 24 spline rear axles
    24 spline front LR axles
    GB front prop shaft

    Tires/wheels:
    (5) 285/75/16 (33s) Cooper SST MT
    Black Steelies


    Protection:

    ARB front bumper and skid plate
    Custom rear bumper with swing-away carrier + jerry can holder
    SlickRock Sliders
    Maxyedor custom HD Steering linkage


    Suspension:
    RTE 3 inch HD springs
    2 inch RTE body lift
    dislocation Cones
    Steel Brake lines
    10'' Fox 2.0 Resi shocks
    Limit straps / 4 inch bump stops
    Total Chaos rear lower shock mounts
    Maxyedor Custom Rear uppermounts
    DII front Shock towers
    RTE Front lower shock mounts
    RTE extended rear links arms
    RTE radius arms



    Inside:
    Black Interior
    Cobra CB (all in Handle)
    Garmin GPS
    Alpine headunit/ sub
    Custom switch panels for lights
    rear Cargo Light
    Custom Tie down points
    NON-Sunroof roof and liner
    Custom CO2 tank 10lb

    Custom Roof rack:
    Rooftoptents.com Tent
    Changing Room
    Hinged Side for RTT
    rear facing Hella 550 Amber light (dust light)
    rear facing Hella Dual beam worklight
    6 Hella 4000s (4 Euro beams, 2 Pencils)
    Ax
    Shovel

    Other:
    SuperWinch EP9.0 winch With 100ft Synline self locking hook
    Jate rings
    Hi-lift jack
    hitch D-ring
    Dual Optima Batteries (Red top and yellow Top)
    Hella H4 headlights
    Hella Supertones horn

    And more to come....

    next

    HD Axles
    Fox Steering dampner
    Gas tank skid
    rock lights
    bumper lights..
















    So.... after exploding my 4th trans. I started to evaluate my truck added up all of the repairs i have done/ need to do and the mod list.Seemed like this might be the time to ditch this truck. Just then Jarrodw was talking about going from his RRC to a p38. So I made him an offer before he even mentioned anything about selling. He said he wanted to just keep the truck and for go the P38. A little bummed, I understood, his RRC was perfect! (Lockers, bumpers, sliders, roof rack.........etc..... ) The next morning I had a PM with his offer. a week and a half later his truck is sitting outside my office!

    Honestly, the nicest RRC I have ever seen in person. The Interior is perfect. The truck just got a new paint job. 4.0 rebuilt motor with 12,000 miles on it. I can go on and on about this thing.

    I have already added on my 4 hella 4000s and my highlift. planning on putting my fox shocks and RTE Lift on it and a few things off my old truck. wheels/ maybe tires

    I will miss the green rover. But I will be parting out whats left of it. It has LT230.Front and Rear Tru tracs/ 4.11s. (10 Spline) 3.9 motor with headers custom y- pipe....... etc. I will make a thread when I begin all of that.

    I am extremely stoked

    Can't wait to hit the trail!

    E

    Last edited by ARMEDforBATTLE; 02-04-2009 at 06:02 PM.
    1992 RRC
    1994 Toyota Pickup

    We've got a long way to go and a short time to get there.

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    Airlockers while turning, YES!
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, then you have an electrical problem.

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    I have to ask, why change the lift? I could see shocks, but hasnt this truck run the Rub as set up? Not bad/good, just looking for the thought process and all. Helps me look at / argue my changes to the wife....

    Oh, and Congrats......still nagged about the TT's though...
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
    01 DII : 95 RRC LWB : 88 RRC SWB

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    Quote Originally Posted by astateofmike View Post
    I have to ask, why change the lift? I could see shocks, but hasnt this truck run the Rub as set up? Not bad/good, just looking for the thought process and all. Helps me look at / argue my changes to the wife....

    Oh, and Congrats......still nagged about the TT's though...
    I'm not positive that I'm going to change the springs. The RTE springs "3 inch" will lift the truck another inch over the OME 3 inch. also the RTE springs are a little more stiff than the OME... Dont get me wrong it rides like a caddy right now. As you know I am always in the desert with my race team doing high speed whoops. The Foxs and the RTE has proven to be a perfect match thus far. So I think I will stick with it. I wont sell the OMEs until I test both out.

    No more Motorcycle whoops at 55 mph any more i'm going to baby this thing
    1992 RRC
    1994 Toyota Pickup

    We've got a long way to go and a short time to get there.

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    Congrats! Sounds like a nice setup.

    If you part out the 4.11's... keep me in mind I need 24 spline, but I assume the actual R&P is the same?

    Scott
    All sold a while ago

    1995 RRC LWB - LT230, $G Front Bumper


    1960 109" 5 Door Station Wagon w/Deluxe Rolled Bonnet with Spare Recess. Frame off restoration. PO setup 289 Mustang with D60 rear end with chromolly inners. Recently moved to Sacramento awaiting a place to finish the restoration.

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    you've got yourself a nice classic there. a couple of old pics from green horn.





    and one more in the rearview

    Last edited by Monty; 09-18-2008 at 01:40 PM.
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    Hey,
    I know that other RRC

    David
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    <1977 Land Rover Santana, Series III, 2.25 Diesel>
    <1995 RRC, LWB, 4.2 V8>

    "Information is not knowledge,..." Frank Zappa

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    yes indeed!
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
    01 DII : 95 RRC LWB : 88 RRC SWB

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    Great shots!

    Now, when I get my LT installed, can somebody go out and play with me @ Greenhorn? Looks exactly like a great place to tryout the mods.

    Scott
    All sold a while ago

    1995 RRC LWB - LT230, $G Front Bumper


    1960 109" 5 Door Station Wagon w/Deluxe Rolled Bonnet with Spare Recess. Frame off restoration. PO setup 289 Mustang with D60 rear end with chromolly inners. Recently moved to Sacramento awaiting a place to finish the restoration.

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    Maybe, when will that be? Are you coming to HH?

    I'd like to go to Greenhorn, but not if the creeks are running too deep!
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
    01 DII : 95 RRC LWB : 88 RRC SWB

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