I recently replaced my Land
Rover Range Rover suspension bushes
with Ironman bushes.
The original rubber based bushes do not last very long but they give
maximum off-road articulation and are therefore used by those who use
their vehicles for extreme off-roading. The poly bushes last about 5 times
longer and give a firmer safer ride. This information was obtained from
the documentation that came with the bush kit and is published here in
RANGE ROVER UP TO 1986 WITHOUT EFI
Suspension Bush Applications
SPF126 Front Radius Arm To Diff Mount
This part number improves feel through steering initial turn in.
(Steering more responsive).
SPF127 Front Radius Arm bushes To Chassis Mount
This component offers positive location therefore longer bush life.
4 per vehicle
SPF1156 Front Panhard Rod Bushes
Locates differential in positive central alignment, therefore minimizing excessive axle steer. (Both to chassis mount)
SPF075 Shock Absorber Bushes
These bushes provide a superb replacement to rubber shock absorber bushes
which "chop out" quickly. They last upto 5 times longer.
Rear Upper Trailing Arm Bushes To Chassis Mount
These bushes relieve the problem of rear steer and make the vehicle more
responsive, providing superior handling.
Rear Lower Trailing Arm Bushes To Diff Mount
These bushes offer a solution to rear steer and provide an excellent
positive location and longevity.
Rear Lower Trailing Arm Bushes to Chassis Mount
Designed to replace original bushes which Fail to sit flush with the mounting. Ironman has designed and developed this bush with a 9°
offset angle to make sure premature failure of the bush does not occur.
Rear Shock Absorber Bushes
These bushes provide a superb replacement to rubber shock absorber bushes which "chop out" quickly. Ironman polyurethane shock absorber
bushes outlast rubber by up to 5 times.
More responsive handling
No rear steer
Improved initial turn in
Less lateral movement