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Land Rover suspension accessories make them that much better

Land Rovers are known for their off-road abilities and it all boils down to the suspension system made for each model. The product upgrades mentioned below are for beginners right up to the most advanced over lander that really puts their Land Rover to the test. If you are looking for a slight lift, smoother ride but not take away from it's off-road ability then be sure to look through everything we have to offer. New aftermarket shocks and springs for the Land Rover Defender can turn it into a smooth riding off-roading machine that does not need a kidney belt. If you are more into the luxury and smooth ride of the Land Rover Discovery 4, Discovery 4 and Ranger Rover series we also have Acrotek Lift Rods that will lift you an extra 2 inches off the ground. There are many aftermarket products available but ours are all tried, tested and have our stamp of approval. We have tried many of the aftermarket Land Rover suspension kits available and have decided to only market what we feel offer a quality ride without losing that off-road and 4x4 ability. We do have a few Landy's fitted with the products we have on offer, so come pop in for more information and even a test drive.

Acrotek Lift Rods

Easily fitted to your Discovery 3, Discovery 4 and Range Rover Sport which gives you a needed lift in all terrain modes. We recommend you have your alignment checked after fitting these rods as they might slightly adjust/change the camber of your vehicle. Fitting these also allows you to fit larger tyres now that you have the added clearance that in turn makes for a more enjoyable off road experience.

Heavy Track shock absorbers for Land Rover as well as 4x4's

All hydraulic shock absorbers work by the principle of converting kinetic energy (movement) into thermic energy (heat). For that purpose, fluid in the shock absorber is forced to flow through restricted outlets and valve systems, thus generating hydraulic resistance. A telescopic shock absorber (damper) can be compressed and extended; the so called bump stroke and rebound stroke.

Raw Nitro Max Shock Absorber - Performance/Stability/Control

Africa's terrain is some of the most diverse and demanding in the world, which is why it is essential your 4x4 is equipped with the right suspension components. If you are considering fitting aftermarket accessories, traveling prolonged periods on corrugated tracks or just want to improve the performance of your 4WD you need to upgrade your suspension.

Nitrocharger Shock Absorbers for Land Rovers

Nitrocharger 4×4 shock absorbers were specifically designed with Australia’s unique driving conditions in mind, where vehicles are often heavily loaded, fitted with accessories and driven on harsh, Outback roads for prolonged periods.

Bearmach designed to smooth out or damp shock impulse

Pneumatic and hydraulic shock absorbers are used in conjunction with cushions and springs. An automobile shock absorber contains spring-loaded check valves and orifices to control the flow of oil through an internal piston. One design consideration, when designing or choosing a shock absorber, is where that energy will go. In most shock absorbers, energy is converted to heat inside the viscous fluid. In hydraulic cylinders, the hydraulic fluid heats up, while in air cylinders, the hot air is usually exhausted to the atmosphere. In other types of shock absorbers, such as electromagnetic types, the dissipated energy can be stored and used later. In general terms, shock absorbers help cushion vehicles on uneven roads.

The Land Rover Discovery 3 and Range Rover Sport suspension troubles are over

Tired of replacing your front upper and lower control arm bushes on your Discovery 3 or Range Rover Sport? Why not add our range of bushes which last 10 times longer?

This week we are pleased to announce the addition of the Land Rover Discovery 3 and 4 and the Range Rover Sport (2005 to 2013) to our product range.

There is a common issue on these vehicles where the oil filled rubber front lower arm bush fails regularly causing vague steering and accelerated tyre wear.

Their new front arm rear bush, PFF32-402, not only offers a reliable solution by using their unique blend of polyurethane but along with the clever use of voiding and inserts, it can be tuned to suit the owners driving requirements whether it be for comfort, off roading or performance driving.

The supplied inserts can be fitted into the ends of each bush, reducing movement in the bush and allowing for less flex.

Leaving the inserts out allows for a suitable amount of compliance for general road and off road use whilst still offering improvements to the handling and steering feel over the original bushes.

PFF32-401 front arm front bush compliments the rear bush by further improving steering response.

Another common fault on these vehicles is a light knocking from the front end. This is generally caused by softened anti roll bar bushes so to remedy this, we have a range of anti roll bar bushes for the Discovery and Sport covering models with and without ACE suspension.

For models with ACE Suspension use PFF32-404-34 Front Anti Roll Bar Bush and PFR32-405-34 Rear Anti Roll Bar Bush.

For models without ACE Suspension use PFF32-403-30 Front Anti Roll Bar Bush and PFR32-405-22 Rear Anti Roll Bar Bush.

Our new stock will be arriving within a week so be sure to contact us for more information as well as place your order to secure the end of your suspension troubles.

Product Pricing Information

The prices shown on our website are per bush. To get the total pack price you will need to multiple this price by the number of bushes per vehicle.
Bush Price x Qty Per Car = Pack Price

Land Rover Discovery 3, 4 and Range Rover Sport

Lasts 10 times longer
Part Number Description Quantity Diagram
PFF32-401 Front Arm Front Bush 2 per car 1 R740
PFF32-402 Front Arm Rear Bush 2 per car 2 R1160
PFF32-403-30 Front Anti Roll Bar Bush 30mm 2 per car 3 R360
PFR32-405-22 Rear Anti Roll Bar Bush 22mm 2 per car 10 R385

Here is an example of a common problem and the estimated costs involved

From experience the following stock standard bushes need to be replaced anything from a year to two years at a time due a design flaw.

Description Quantity Price per Set
Front Arm Front Bush Set 2 bushes per set R1480
Front Arm Rear Bush Set 2 bushes per set R2320
Front Anti Roll Bar Bush 30mm Set 2 bushes per set R720
Rear Anti Roll Bar Bush 22mm Set 2 bushes per set R770

This exercise could cost you around R4850 every 1 to 2 years or you could use our Powerflex Bushes which lasts 10 times longer that would only cost you R5420 once off excluding labour. We save you R4280 on the second change and then R5420 every 2 years when you would usually need to change the replacement bushes. Once is all it takes for a safer, smoother and money saving ride.

*The prices mentioned above are only an example and subject to change without prior notice - all prices exclude VAT and labour.