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Old 6th December 2009, 06:14   #1
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My buddy picked RR Sport up and did some mods , 22" Overfinch reps, painted all trim body color and added stripes what do you guys think?
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Old 6th December 2009, 12:13   #2
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Thats a cool ride. But is the ride height reduced?

Be carefull and avoid parking in the NO PARKING zone

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Old 6th December 2009, 12:29   #3
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Alloys look simply stunning!!
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Old 6th December 2009, 12:32   #4
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Thats a cool ride. But is the ride height reduced?

Be carefull and avoid parking in the NO PARKING zone

The Range Rovers have air suspensions so when you park it lowers. When driving it will raise. Then you also have setting for snow, mud etc which will raise the car. Personally I hate wheel gap so I prefer the parked looked.

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Thats a cool ride. But is the ride height reduced?
in RR you could lower the suspension and increase the height depending upon on road or off road driving!

Nice ride by the way, yeah use those beasts before we have 'save the world' restrictions come in! by the way CA has the strictest emissions when it comes to vehicles!
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looks good ! but what about rear end ? is it the same or mod?
i think the stripes should have been little darker.
none the less a very good try ! hope he enjoys the ride as well
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The RR looks awesome with those alloys but i dont like the bodykit i like the SUV's without bodykit, ready for some offroad action.
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you are very correct anshuman ! suvs shd be real suvs , true to there purpose!
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Simply awesome.The alloys are an added treat.
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The RR looks awesome with those alloys but i dont like the bodykit i like the SUV's without bodykit, ready for some offroad action.
The car doesnt have a body kit that is 100% OEM. He just painted the black trim body color giving you that look. 98% of all Ranger Rovers in the US will never go off road unless you count the shopping center parking lot. Or maybe the seasonal ski trip to the mountains but thats it. All hardcore Ranger Rovers are the Defenders.
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Lovely ride. The alloys remind me of the one's that come on the Xylo :(
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Wow it sure does look the part. I think now off-roading with this is out of question.
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AWW!
That looks killer, The wheels add extra bling to the monster.
Love it!
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