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Model: Defender 90
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Modifications:
Tops:
Factory Plasic Hard Top
'95 Best Top softtop
Surrey Top
Bimini Top
'94 Tonnea(sp?) cover

Interior:
VDO Speedo, Tach and Water Temp Guages
Tuffy Box
Bluapunkt Alaska CD player
Alpine Alarm
Trimble GPS
Max Axe and mounts
Cobra C75 WX ST

Electrical:
Premier Power Welder 160 amp alternator
Dual Optimas

Engine:
Rimmer Eng. Supercharger
Ready Air Engine Driven Air Compressor

Drivetrain:
South Bay Drive Line custom drive shafts
Ashcroft axles
Ashcroft 4.75 r&p
ARB air lockers f/r

Suspension:
Early Safari Gard Stage III
Remote resevior Fox shocks
Fabriton tie rods

Tires:
SuperSwamper TSL/SX's 36x12.5R15

Wheels:
15" Steel, Not sure of manufacture

Exterior:
SG Front bumper w/skidplate
SG rear bumperets
SG fuel tank skidplate
SG rock sliders
Mantec Snorkle

Soon:
ZF automatic transmission and Ashcroft Underdrive.

Comments:
I drove from N. Cal. to Moab and back on the Swampers. Simply awesome tire. At 3-5 PSI they actually work more like tank tracks by spreading out on the ground. Yeah they are noisy, but frankly I didn't notice much difference between them and the BFG Baja Terrains and Mud Terrains I've previously run. Biggest problem is probably wear. I expect to get about 1/2 the miles out of them as on the BFG Mud Terrains. Anyway, I don't trailer, and the Swampers are acceptable. But then I don't use the D90 as a daily driver either.
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