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Old December 6th, 2012, 11:29 AM
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Rovertym Rear Lower Shock mounts

I believer these are for a D2 as the bolt/stud is way to big to fit in a defender rear shock perch but maybe someone can help me out on their application. Like new if not new I don't think they have been installed.
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Old December 6th, 2012, 12:09 PM
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These are used to convert, D90/DI/RRC (don't know the DII), rear to eye-to-eye...

It's for long travel applications.
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Old December 6th, 2012, 01:08 PM
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You have to take a chisel to the upper cup and remove it.
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You have to take a chisel to the upper cup and remove it.
Or use a spacer like the ones Joel had. Thought that was pretty slick
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Old December 6th, 2012, 02:24 PM
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Or use a spacer like the ones Joel had. Thought that was pretty slick
I guess. Those cups come off so easy though I wouldn't use a spacer unless I was really trying to fine tune my shock travel.
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Just an FYI some excellent shocks to run with these on a D90/RRC/D1 are rear shocks from a 2000 +/- GMC/Chebby 3/4 ton 4x4. (High end Monroe (not the cheapies) from Advance Auto are great and have a lifetime warranty) good valving for the Rover. They ride really well and are a great length for 3-5 inch lifted trucks.

Probably OK for 2 inch lift, but may bottom out unless you use bigger bump stops.

I've used them with great success.
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Just an FYI some excellent shocks to run with these on a D90/RRC/D1 are rear shocks from a 2000 +/- GMC/Chebby 3/4 ton 4x4. (High end Monroe (not the cheapies) from Advance Auto are great and have a lifetime warranty) good valving for the Rover. They ride really well and are a great length for 3-5 inch lifted trucks.

Probably OK for 2 inch lift, but may bottom out unless you use bigger bump stops.

I've used them with great success.
Great info.

Do you happen to know the part number?
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bump these are still for sale.
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