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Old March 19th, 2009, 02:23 AM
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Old Man Emu 764 rear springs (almost new) for D90

Pair of Old Man Emu medium rear springs in like new condition, removed because I put a taller lift on my Range Rover Classic to accomodate bigger tires. These springs add approximately 1.5'' lift over stock to a RRC.


OME Part# 764 Purchased for $166, yours for $100.
Will fit all Range Rover Classic, Discovery 1, and Defender 90

These are highly recommended for the rear of D90s.
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Old March 20th, 2009, 11:57 AM
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Old March 20th, 2009, 12:27 PM
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I'm running these as a front spring on a heavy 110 with winch bumper and tdi. Used in the front they give 2.5-3 inch lift.
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Really? I'm looking at EE's site and they list a 2-in lift on the rear of a D90. That's certainly lighter than the front of your 110 so are you sure???

I currently run 762's in the rear of my 90 and need a softer ride.
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Old March 20th, 2009, 05:16 PM
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The rear springs are longer and give a 3 inch lift when used in front. From EE's site:

The 764's are also very suitable for front applications when 3" lifts are desired on the Disco1, Range Rover Classic, and Defenders.
I have these and a 1 inch spacer under the spring perch for a total of 3.5-4 inches of lift in front.
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So, am I thinking straight? Replacing the 762's with 764's should give me a smoother, lower ride.

I seldom load it in the rear any more so it sits higher in the rear with the 762.

I have 751's in the front - with an ARB and a winch.
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