don't you come from a mainly car-oriented background? a truck just takes some getting used to.
you won't get any significant improvement in gas mileage by switching back to stock
I am thinking that I may try it with some different tires, and putting the stock sway bars back on.
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I agree with switching to an AT tire and putting the sway bars back on. Perhaps add some sway bar quick disconnects to the front.
Other than that you could also remove any extra trail gear that may normally live in your vehicle.
Going to swap some stuff around this coming weekend, I'll update when I do. My main goal/purpose for wanting a Land Rover is more for camping/beach driving than hardcore wheeling anyways, so I think that even if I do go back to stock it will still suit my needs perfectly.
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04 Lexus GX 470, Custom VSC off switch, Indenpendent Fog Lights Mod, 255/75R17 BF MTs, (2) 7" LCD Sunvisor monitors, (1) 15" flip LCD monitor, Edgestar 86qt Fridge, OME 886 & 897 Coils / N140's & N142 shocks, BudBuilt Skids, ARB Prado winch bumper, My Build
2004 Land Rover Range Rover HSE, 255/ 50R20, Geniune LR Roof Rack & Ladder total lost
If money is tight, just put these sway bars on and try that first. Two sets of tires/rims is a good idea, but they cost money. Think of it this way, of your tires/rims cost you $750 dollar, that is (@$2.00 a gallon, 350 gallons x 10-12 mpg) 3750-4500 miles you could drive for free!!!!
Her's 1999 Green Disco (lifted and racked)
His 1997 White Disco (lifted and locked)
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