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Old December 11th, 2012, 10:10 PM
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Rovertym Rear links (lower trailing arms) for sale... Used, fit RRC, D1, and Defender. Needs new bushings, so I will include new bushings! $275 shipped CONUS. Comes with all spacers.

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Old December 12th, 2012, 12:39 AM
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Interested. Condition? Photos? Aren't the trailing arms different for RRC, D1 and Defenders?

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Rovertym Rear links (lower trailing arms) for sale... Used, fit RRC, D1, and Defender. Needs new bushings, so I will include new bushings! $275 shipped CONUS. Comes with all spacers.

PayPal is crown14@yahoo.com
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Old December 12th, 2012, 06:46 AM
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Interested. Condition? Photos? Aren't the trailing arms different for RRC, D1 and Defenders?
No.

The Radius Arms and Rear Links are the same.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 11:57 AM
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That was fast.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 12:20 PM
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So fast I didn't even get a response to my PM or questions.
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When I post something, I want to sell it right away! Actually Doug was on the waiting list for these and snagged them.

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So fast I didn't even get a response to my PM or questions.

Pedro is correct, excluding instances where someone has EAS on their RRC and wants to keep it, there is no difference in the rear links between Discovery 1, Defender, and Range Rover Classic.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 12:50 PM
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So fast I didn't even get a response to my PM or questions.
That's pretty typical.
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That's pretty typical.
I don't appreciate this comment Brett, and there is no truth behind it.

I just removed you from it a couple days ago, but welcome back to my ignore list.
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Pedro is correct, excluding instances where someone has EAS on their RRC and wants to keep it, there is no difference in the rear links between Discovery 1, Defender, and Range Rover Classic.[/QUOTE]

True but there is in the orientation of the bushings so if you plan to fit jointed arms with frame brackets the Defenders are different to the RRC/Discos due to the orientation of the holes in the frame. Just adding that in case anybody sees this and applies it to jointed arms in the future.
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Pedro is correct, excluding instances where someone has EAS on their RRC and wants to keep it, there is no difference in the rear links between Discovery 1, Defender, and Range Rover Classic.
True but there is in the orientation of the bushings so if you plan to fit jointed arms with frame brackets the Defenders are different to the RRC/Discos due to the orientation of the holes in the frame. Just adding that in case anybody sees this and applies it to jointed arms in the future.[/QUOTE]

True, but it has nothing at all to do with the actual rear links themselves.
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When you install the jointed rear links you don't use the factory tabs. You have to cut them and weld new ones.
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True but there is in the orientation of the bushings so if you plan to fit jointed arms with frame brackets the Defenders are different to the RRC/Discos due to the orientation of the holes in the frame. Just adding that in case anybody sees this and applies it to jointed arms in the future.
True, but it has nothing at all to do with the actual rear links themselves.[/QUOTE]

Agreed.

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When you install the jointed rear links you don't use the factory tabs. You have to cut them and weld new ones.
Not always. QT, etc. sell jointed arms with bolt on brackets.
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I don't appreciate this comment Brett, and there is no truth behind it.

I just removed you from it a couple days ago, but welcome back to my ignore list.
Funny, I was just thinking the same thing. I thought, "hmmmm, maybe Joel has decided to change the way he operates and treats people....".
There's lots of truth to to my statement.
For example, the A-arm extension you just sold. I replied on Dweb last night I was interested and would like a picture. Not too much to ask considering you said you had "man-hammered" it. So today you post a picture here, completely ignoring my request sent last night. And it sold to someone else long after I had requested a pic and said I was interested.
So no, its not surprising that you sold yet another part someone was interested in and had contacted you about before even having the decency to reply to him.

It's how you operate, and I'm used to it by now. But you did have me fooled for just a while there.
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True, but it has nothing at all to do with the actual rear links themselves.

Agreed.

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Not always. QT, etc. sell jointed arms with bolt on brackets.
Yes you are correct.

I was referring to the RTE the OP was selling.
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