Preparacion paso a paso Defender 35"

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Preparacion paso a paso Defender 35"

Mensaje por Santana el Miér Mayo 06, 2009 12:19 am

Preparacion impresionante. eso si, en ingles.


Off-roading in the winter time in Iceland is based on using [color:1936=blue! important][color:1936=blue! important]big [color:1936=blue! important]tires to be able to float on the snow. If you have the right size of tires and decrease the air pressure in tires (even down to 2-3 psi) you can drive cross the [color:1936=blue! important][color:1936=blue! important]highland and over the glaciers. For more information see 4x4OffRoads.com.
For the Defender 38" tires gives a good result. Here are some pictures of a modification project on a Defender. Before it was running on 35" Mud Terrain tires but is now driving on 38" Denman Ground Hawg. Pictures on the top are before modification, on the bottom is after.
The 35" Mud Terrain tires on the upper, on the lower you see the same Defender on 38" Denman Ground Hawg.

Rear suspension lifted 10 cm (4") by moving the coil spring seat 10 cm down.

Rear lower link seat.

Upper link [color:1936=blue! important][color:1936=blue! important]mounting [color:1936=blue! important]bracket moved down 10 cm.

Radius arm bracket.
Front suspension lifted by putting 10 cm aluminum [color:1936=blue! important][color:1936=blue! important]lift [color:1936=blue! important]kit. The shock absorber mounting is shortened by 10 cm.
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Re: Preparacion paso a paso Defender 35"

Mensaje por Santana el Miér Mayo 06, 2009 12:21 am

It is necessary to lower the cross rod assembly. This is possible by changing the drop arm and mounting the cross rod assembly from below. Here the drop arm ball joint is removed and a ball joint is placed in the cross rod assembly. A longer cross rod is needed.

Pan hard rod mounting is also lowered by making a new bracket.



APARTIR DE AQUI EMPIEZA UNA PREPARACION PARA ALOJAR UNAS 38", SI SI, 38"

Drop arm after modification









Dirty job.



And here we have a Defender ready for everything! You might ask, Isn't it terrible to drive on these [color:12f8=blue! important][color:12f8=blue! important]wheels on the highway? The answer is, it is almost better. The Defender has low gear ratio and a good engine and therefore you don't even have to change the gear ratio like in most other trucks and SUVs.
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Re: Preparacion paso a paso Defender 35"

Mensaje por boticario el Miér Mayo 06, 2009 10:41 am

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