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dont know what wheels they are or whether its been lifted mate.. but thats one hell of a rear wheel lift!! Fab Video.. thanks for sharing!!

Andy
 

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Don't know about the wheels, but there are not many options available in this country. Don't know about France.

And no I wouldn't say it was lifted.

Close to a roll at 1:13!!!
 
i was just after a second set of wheels for a bit of greenlaning,
and though that a set of steel wheels would do as a second set
still new to freelanders so not shore whot you can get
the wheels in the video look a bit like the wolf 110s/90s hevay duty wheels
i have a set of lwb series 3 wheels with 7.50 tyres to sell as i know they wount fit (as fitted to the series in my avater)
i have see a 40mm lift kit on http://www.celtic4x4.co.uk/
but do i need it :rolleyes:
oh the joy of a new vehicle

cheers jim:guiness:
 
thanks for that doobreydog

still abit new to freelanders so not shure whot i will fit just having a look

cheers jim:D
 
They look like modulars or wolf rims, which would fit with wheel spacers, would get expensive at about 400 quid a set, you can pretty much fit anywheels to anything with spacers.

Not so sure how the lift works seeing as the freeby is on macpherson struts all round, all i can say is if you are doing this be very careful and use good quality spring compressors.
 
They look like modulars or wolf rims, which would fit with wheel spacers, would get expensive at about 400 quid a set, you can pretty much fit anywheels to anything with spacers.

Not so sure how the lift works seeing as the freeby is on macpherson struts all round, all i can say is if you are doing this be very careful and use good quality spring compressors.


Only basic tools and torque wrench needed for lift...springs stay compressed and are removed as full unit...lift built on top and then replaced....rears took a couple of hours and fronts probably a bit longer but was doing it a field in middle of wales
 
WOW, I had no idea that they could do that, my friend with a defender has told me they are pants off road.
Thanks for sharing this.
 
WOW, I had no idea that they could do that, my friend with a defender has told me they are pants off road.
Thanks for sharing this.


Not what you got its how you use it....thats what my missus keeps telling me anyway:D

If your in Macc then watch the Derbyshire greenlaners thread....feel free to come along and try it out in peak district you will be surprised how able a FL can be....Mine never been stuck/broken or turned round where many "real" LRs have....:eek:
 
Don't know about the wheels, but there are not many options available in this country. Don't know about France.

And no I wouldn't say it was lifted.

Close to a roll at 1:13!!!

Hey Graham had mine that high or higher in the snow the other week....not pleasant when you dont know how deep the hole is and kids in the back...pulled out fine in reverse though:D Larf I nearly sh4t
 
Cant tell you about that but there not as nice as mine:D
that looks nice mate! i'm struggling with mine at the moment - got 17 inch wheels on fitted with pirelli scorpions...can't find any decent tyres in 17 inch,will prob have to buy a set of 16's to make it any good???/:(
 
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