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Body lift kit - 2001 make 1.8 petrol engine Freelander

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by tbrover45, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. tbrover45

    tbrover45 New Member

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    Hi All.

    There are few threads with same subject. But I think my questions are different hence I have opened a new thread.

    I was ordered to get a body lift kit for my big brothers Freelander.

    It is 2001 make 1.8 petrol engine Freelander. We require 2" body lift kit.

    When I searched I have found two types of kit.

    This is the cheap one. 78.00 GBP.

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    This is the expensive one. 145.83 + VAT GBP

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    What are differences except price?

    Expensive one has more bits and bobs. If I get the cheap one how easy to get hold of the bits and bobs separately?

    If you were going to get the kit on behalf of someone which one would you go for?

    Any other advise is welcome.

    Thanks :)
     
  2. tbrover45

    tbrover45 New Member

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    Any update?

    Thank you
     
  3. Nodge68

    Nodge68 Well-Known Member

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    The more expensive kit has longer brake pipes which will be needed ;)
     
  4. Diesel Do

    Diesel Do Well-Known Member

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    I fitted the more expensive version to mine, you will also need camber bolts front and rear and to heavily modify the inner wing!
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    It'll be a pain in the arse trying to source the special fittings for the cheap ones!
     
  5. JC600

    JC600 Active Member

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    What he said lol.......I've also got the more expensive kit. :)
     
  6. tbrover45

    tbrover45 New Member

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    Thanks guys.

    That was great help.