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Old June 1st, 2007, 10:05 AM
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Shocks, axle, sets of trailing arms

Doing some garage cleaning. Make an offer if interested in any of the items.

1)I have a bunch of Old Man Emu medium and heavy duty shocks. I don't remember which serial # is which so hopefully someone can help me out from the picture.

2) Have a 24 spline GBR front axle and cv. I only have the long shaft. No Twists has roughly 2K miles and one day off-road. It was in a range rover but if I remember correctly I had to change the rover set up to match that of a defender. . Could be way off on that, if so I apologize. This stuff has been on the shelf for a while and I don't really remeber. I've included pictures so I'm sure someone will correct me.

3) Have three sets of stock trailing arms. Bushings are good on two of them as they are out of 95 defenders with 10-15K on them. The third is out of an 88 range rover and needs a little love. Frame Mount bushings not included.

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Old June 1st, 2007, 10:08 AM
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how much for the shoes in the pic with the trailing arms?
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Old June 1st, 2007, 10:37 AM
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ha. Nikes not included, I use them to tell my Ipod how fat and slow I am when I go running.

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Also Have

1) Bilstien 7100 series remote resevoir. valving 360/80. 8 inch travel. They were too short for my 7 inches of lift on my range rover but would be perfect for a stock set up or maybe 1 inch lift. they were used for about 300 miles and have been sitting on the shelf for 5 years. They have mild surface rust that sandpaper would take care of.

2) Random CV I found. No idea where it's from but it's for sale. Anyone wanna play "name that CV" and help me out??
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The CV joint is a Suffix B used in late 1988 and 1989 Range Rovers.

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Eric is correct.

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I love the knowledge that flows around this board.. Thanks for naming it. Per request by some people the following is a picture of the serial #s off the rear OMEs

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picture didn't work the last time

i can't get the picture to work but the serial is n46
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