Showoff Your LR4

Discussion in 'LR4' started by Finlayforprez, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. Perseus

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    I seem to have missed that particular fiream accessory in the official Land Rover LR4 catalog
     
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    The center console offers a built in side arm holster, right next to the TR control.
    Great for compact/sub-compact firearms.
     
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    I need some details on what i am looking at.... this makes me happy
     
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    All stock, diesel manual shift on 17'' wheels. Can't wait to mod it.

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    How did you get the 17"s to fit?
     
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    Certain base model diesel Discovery 4s in Europe come with smaller brakes than the ones we get as our only choice here in North America for the LR4, making the fitment of 17 and 18" factory wheels possible without modifications. Lucky them, look at the size of those sidewalls even before upsizing a little.
     
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    As the rigs weigh the same, I wonder how quickly those things burn through the smaller brakes.

    I thought it was bad enough on ours.
     
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    It's my weekend driver so I don't drive much. In last two years, I put on only 10k miles and changed the break pads only once. But again it's a very low speed driving. I wonder what burns the pads more, driving in stop and go traffic or driving fast on highways and breaking to exit.
     

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