Range Rover Suspension Conversion
Range Rover Suspension Conversion

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Application: 1995-2002 Range Rover P38a Chassis Only
Note: strut/spring color may vary

Stock Status: In Stock
Availability: Usually Ships Within 24 Hours
Part#: LB240

Please Choose From Listed Options*:
No, I'll reuse my old shocks.
Yes, Please Add Shocks to Order [Add $308.00]

Standard Height or 2 In. Lifted?*:
Standard Height
2 Inch Lift Kit(Sale) [Add $68.00]

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1995-2002 Range Rover Suspension Conversion

Range Rover Suspension Conversion

Having air suspension issues on your Range Rover? Before spending one dime on that expensive, unreliable air suspension system, give some serious thought for a Range Rover Suspension Conversion. After the conversion, you'll not only save yourself thousands of dollars in future repair bills, you'll increase the reliability dramatically and give you a piece of mind knowing the suspension isn't going to let you down again! Our kits include everything you need to do the conversion and a Lifetime Warranty! Installation requires no cutting or welding. This Range Rover Suspension Conversion comes with illustrated instructions and a toll-free tech line in case your mechanic gets stuck on something during the install.

NOTE(S): For "Classic Chassis" only.
If the front shocks on your Range Rover mount through the center of the springs, this kit IS NOT COMPATIBLE with your vehicle!

This Range Rover Suspension Conversion Includes:

  • All four coil springs made by the world's best coil spring manufacturer.
  • All four spring perches.
  • Easy to follow instructions clearly show technicians how to install the new conversion kit.
  • Easy to follow instructions included to cancel out the suspension message on your Rover.
  • These high-quality Rover parts are proudly made in the United States.
  • The Range Rover Suspension Conversion is equipped with a lifetime warranty to provide added security and comfort for an extended period.

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Range Rover Air Suspension Help and Common Problems

What about the computer? Won't the suspension light come on?

No. Our kit comes with instructions how to quickly & easily defeat the suspension warning message forever.

Why is your Range Rover Suspension Conversion better than any others?

Our Range Rover kit is comprised of the absolute best Struts and Coil Springs available! For more in-depth information or product questions, don't hesitate to contact us at 1-866-211-7531 or email us.

Does my mechanic have to cut or weld anything?

No, never. This Range Rover Suspension Conversion is designed to be a bolt-on installation. Installation instructions are included.

What if my mechanic has problems with the install, what then?

The kit comes with easy to follow illustrated instructions, but we also furnish a toll-free number to our tech dept, where they can get their questions answered.

How many hours does it take for the Range Rover Suspension Conversion?

Average install time is usually 3-4 hours times the shops labor rate. But this can vary greatly depending on the shop.

Do I need to buy anything else?

No. Everything you need to convert your vehicle to a conventional coil spring suspension is included in this kit. As is the case for this vehicle, adding shocks and a lift kit is optional.

Range Rover Suspension Conversion

When installing a Range Rover Suspension Conversion on ANY vehicle be sure to follow all safety procedures. Make sure that when you lift your vehicle, that you're using a sturdy and dependable jack and jack stands and that the car is parked on a flat and level surface. Failure to do so can result in the vehicle sliding off it's supports and onto you! Make sure you have or can obtain all the tools required beforehand. A list of the tools needed is below, but gloves and especially eye protection should be standard equipment on any job.
Be sure to follow the instructions in the specified order, as they are laid out in a particular order for a reason. Improper installation and even installation in the incorrect order can cause damage to these parts that are NOT covered under your warranty! Always take precaution not to exceed the gross vehicle weight rating recommended by the manufacturer.

These instructions are furnished only to give you an idea of the task at hand. When installing your kit, please use the instructions furnished with the kit, as they will include pictures to aid with the install as well as the suspension warning light-out instructions.

Tools Needed for Range Rover Suspension Conversion:
Metric Socket Set
Floor Jack or Vehicle Lift
Jack Stands
Ball Joint Fork
Allen Wrenches
Basic Tools

We recommend this installation in 5 general categories:
Read general service precaution
Wear eye protection
Make sure vehicle in on a level surface and well supported
Remove factory hydraulic struts
Install SL500 Suspension Conversion
Disable ABC warning

* Using eye protection, Raise vehicle and support safely.
* Remove all four tires.
* Depressurize the air bag by removing the nylon air line at the top. To remove, push the metal collet in while pulling on the hose at the same time. (cutting the air line is an alternative)
* Remove the two upper securing clips.
* Remove the bolt securing the lower air bag retaining pin to the front axle.
* Remove the lower air bag retaining clip and remove air bag from the vehicle.
* Place jack stands under the front axle to raise and support the axle.
* Raise axle about one inch to remove the lower shock nut at the axle.
Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.
Front strut removal is complete.

NOTE: If you purchased the upgraded kit with the shocks, remove old shocks now.

* If you're installing shocks along with the conversion, go ahead and install the front shocks into the upper mounts on both sides of the vehicle and LET THEM HANG.
* In the hardware package, remove the plates marked "Front Bottom".
* This plate rests on the front axle. Rotate the plate until the D-shaped bolt head fits into the D-shaped bolt on the axle. The plate should rest flush on the axle pad.
Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.
* Lower the front axle as far as possible WITHOUT stretching the brake lines or wires!
* Remove the front top plates from the package. Also, remove the #30 springs from the box.
(#30 spring is for the front ONLY)
* The #30 spring will need to be compressed with a spring compressor to install.
* Spring will need to be compressed approximately 1-1/2 to 2 inches to install.
* With the spring compressed and spring upright(lettering NOT upside down), place the plate marked "Front Top" on top of the spring.
* Now place the whole assembly onto the front lower axle plate.
* Raise the axle while you guide the upper plate into the upper hole.
* Make sure the rubber ring on the top plate is seated all the way around in the upper bracket.
* With the axle still raised, attach the lower shock to its mounting bracket.
* Make sure the spring is aligned inside the lower plate as well as in the upper bracket. When all is aligned correctly and shock is bolted in place, remove the spring compressor.
* Now lower the axle on that side until the shock holds the axle.
* Zip tie the air lines away from hot or moving parts and install wheel well liners.

Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.

* Locate the air lines to the air springs between the frame and body.
* Wearing eye protection, use a screwdriver to push in the metal collet then pull the line out with your other hand.
* Remove the metal clip in the same area to free the top of the air bag.
* Remove the metal clip at the bottom of the air bag.
* Remove both air bags from the vehicle.
* Place jack stands underneath the rear axle to raise and support the rear axle.
* Raise axle about one inch to take the load off of the shocks.
* Remove lower shock nuts on each side of the vehicle.
* If you purchased the upgraded kit with shocks, remove the old shocks at this time. If you're reusing your old shocks, leave the upper portion of the shocks mounted.

Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.

* If new shocks are being installed, mount the upper part on both sides of the car and let shocks hang.
* Remove the two plates marked "Rear Bottom" from the hardware package.
* Remove the nut and washer from the bottom of both plates.
* Place both plates with bolts on the axle over the holes that the air bags used to sit in, making sure bolt threads are through the axle bracket.
* On the underside of the axle bracket, install the washer and nut and tighten each one.
* Lower axle as far as possible WITHOUT stretching the brake line.
* Take the remaining plates marked "Rear Top" and place them on top of the #31 springs. (#31 springs fit the rear only)
* With a helper, install each spring onto the axle plates.
* While holding the springs in place, raise the axle until the upper plates are about to touch up in the frame pocket.
* Rotate the spring and upper plate until the two nuts on the plate will seat into and through the oval shape up in the frame pocket.
* Continue to raise axle and seat the upper plates flush in frame pocket. (you can check that the nuts on the plate are in the oval by looking between the frame and body, where you removed the air bag clip)
* When you have both upper plates seated, and the lower part of the springs are resting inside the axle plates, raise the axle so you can attach the lower shocks to the axle on both sides and tighten.
* With both spring assemblies in place and shock nuts tight, remove jack stands from the axle.
* Install wheels and tighten lug nuts to factory specs.

NOTE: While lowering the car to the ground, you may hear a "pop" sound as the upper plates completely seat into the frame pockets.

Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.

Front and Rear Range Rover Suspension Conversion is now complete.

We highly recommend having a four wheel alignment done after a week or so
(after the springs settle)
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