as always pics never show anything like it looks in the moment, did the old camel rider hang a few people off the side of the car to rectify. Must be a tired camel, always taking a break to lean up against a tree, many big red marks on the sand plates from all the rubbing against my large wooden leafy friends. New shocks fixed most of that fortunately.
I don't have it on hand but will try and do a check somewhere. My very basic understanding was as a rule they had factory suspensions and did things like simple swaps IE the 90 rear coils as front 110/130 coils to cover the bar/winch weight. The full 130 spec likely the hardest to find since there were only just 2 or 3, have yet to get in touch with any of the fellows that have one.
It is quite bouncy when unladen. Harsh yes, but more on that later... the shocks I fitted were not correct and I since learned they are really for vehicles with a 2" or approx lift, and I just broke both rears in the Mojave.
Before the breakage... fully laden the car drove beautifully, the OME hd shocks countered the majority of the body roll. Going to experiment with the replacement shocks to see fi I can replicate that. I do not want to change from the factory setup, nor lift the car, and all I want is shocks that can handle the weight and body roll, if I have to buy new LR coils to match existing I will but they appear to be less than 10 years old, still have the faded labels on them, paint markings etc.
Sheepdog since learned he has to do the passenger side swivel too as there is a new leak there... :snorkel: 110 still has this issue with blowing the passenger side axle cap off every once in a while.