We are now carrying a full range of parts for all models of Land Rover and import on a weekly basis. Until we have the full catalog on-line we are more than happy to give you a quote by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our prices are very competitive!
As of January 2012 we are now the official North American distributor for Raptor Engineering products from their innovative and solidly built centre console solutions to their cubby boxes and steel binnacle mounts. We are very proud to be working with Phil Proctor at Raptor to bring in these products at an excellent price-point [...]
When re-assembling the 110 instead of re-fitting the engine driven viscous clutch fan we decided to fit a single electric fan. The 200 TDI is generally a fairly cool running engine compared with the Rover V8 and does not require as much active cooling. Even at highway speed and near full throttle with a 190F [...]
We import steering boxes rebuilt by Meridian Automotive in California that solve the rapid wear and leak problem common with Land Rover boxes. While remanufacturing the units Meridian replaces the soft bronze mainshaft bushing with hardened steel bearings.
We both re-sell and use Meridian Steering Boxes exclusively and would be happy to give you [...]
One thing that you cannot have too much of on your vehicle is reflective material, especially when you have as little actual tail-light surface area as a Defender does. One way to add some covertly while adding some style and letting everyone know where you’re from is by adding a reflective flag sticker.
One of the most common complaints about the traditional Land Rover body style is the level of noise and vibration that the occupants are subjected to every time they get inside. Excessive noise just makes the drive that much more tiring and in some cases such as the van bodies where there are no rear [...]
From earlier photos you might have noticed that the setup of the front suspension is not quite stock and you’d be correct. When you’re building a Land Rover you need to decide which of the three major design philosophies you’re going to subscribe to and this is usually determined by the activities you expect [...]
Only a short posting today as we got the 200TDI bolted up to the engine mounts and the new clutch fitted today and managed to get the R380 to mate up perfectly without too much difficulty. The LT230 transfer case still needs to be bolted into position (and as learned later on in the [...]
Since one of the custom modifications we were making was to add a front anti-roll bar (swaybar) in addition to the extra mounts on the chassis we also needed extra mounts on the axle housing. The easiest way to accomplish this was to fit the front housing (and as we discovered also the radius [...]
This week saw our second trip to a galvanizer, not at all happy with the quality of work done at the one near Montreal this time we went to Pure Metals near Pierson International Airport in Mississauga (Toronto) and got to watch the process in real-time and wow is it hot even standing quite [...]