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P38A Anti-roll bar link assembly

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Grrrrrr, May 14, 2018.

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  1. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know if the anti roll bar link assembly comes with the nuts? Part number ANR3304, I think. If not, does anyone know the part number for the nuts and the type of nut they are. I assume nyloc of some sort but unsure of the thread / size.
     
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    If you mean the drop links the nuts usually come with the new link(short bar with ball joint either end) DON'T use britpart they last about a month
     
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    I wouldn't touch Britpart with yours!
     
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    Be broken by the time it was delivered.
     
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    Correction: they don't! Bit of a PITA that as i have a lot of driving to do tomorrow and was going to swap them tonight. Never mind.
     
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    Got mine from bbc motorfactors. Comline I think they were, and they had the nuts with them
     
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    I bought genuine from Rimmer Bros as I was in a rush and wanted quality. No nuts! Guess a bit of threadlock on the old nuts would be OK?
     
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    Just tap the top of the old nuts to compress the nylon they will be fine.
     
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    Typical Land rover. Charging £23.47 each for something that should at worst be no more that a tenner then wanting £2.90 each for four nuts that would be dear anywhere at a quid apiece. Rip off merchants and no mistake.
     
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    think like many of us do , end up buying a compete set with different sizes of nyloc nuts either off line or halfords for around a tenner and indeed save a lot that way

    agree ref JLR regarding some of the silly prices , also seeing u can often buy genuine items not in a land rover box considerably cheaper

    ie , needed to get some new air line connectors and nearly fell over @ £14.11 each :eek:

    https://www.advancedfactors.co.uk/anr6460-voss-connector-100060-p.asp

    instead bought 10 x brass pushfit rated at 80 bar for £2.62 each instead of those voss connectors

    https://www.advancedfluidsolutions....ass-push-fit-straight-stud-fitting-2875-p.asp
     
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    I nip round to Activ-air for airlines stuff. They do planes and trucks so a Rangie is a walk in the park.
     
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    quite agree with commercial rated air fittings being suitable for our landies , very handy for ur goodself having the company on ur doorstep

    just couldn’t get over how expensive those voss connectors were, also found buying the brass pushfit ones were so much easier to install on top of my new struts and back of the new air tank

    marked the pipes to ensure they were pushed in correctly and didn’t have to mess around trying to use a spanner
     
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