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I have a 130 crew cab tipper, I use a heavy duty anti roll bar on the rear and bilstein shocks all round. I H/D Land Rover springs.

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Had Terrafirma +2" springs and shocks fitted to my 90 for best part of four years with no problems. Much beefier with bigger chunkier stanchions than standard equipment.

 

Pro Comp shocks are also popular as a budget alternative.

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I have Boge on my 130, standard anti roll bar with terrafirma 2"+ HD rear springs with assister springs inside on the rear, HD springs on the front with Boge shocks

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I have a 130 crew cab tipper, I use a heavy duty anti roll bar on the rear and bilstein shocks all round. I H/D Land Rover springs.

 

Hi hodge there good old shock maker BILSTEIN we had pro comps good shock lasted 3)4years loaded up I think that good no terra firma but im told the best are old man emu are the best best £120 a shock but if they last then that ok thanks Jon

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terrafirma big bore. In 20 yrs of land rovers I havent found anything to come close for longevity or useability......and as anybody who knows me will testify, I abuse my land rover....alot!

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terrafirma big bore. In 20 yrs of land rovers I havent found anything to come close for longevity or useability......and as anybody who knows me will testify, I abuse my land rover....alot!

 

HI TOMMER what spings you useing thanks jon :thumbup:

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Terrafirma big bore with their HD springs and helpers (2" lift). It's great hardly ever looks over loaded

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