The Skill Shack with Practical Classics team, plus colleagues from Land Rover Owner International magazine, join Britpart in their workshop to explain how to spot if you have a damaged front lower suspension wishbone arms and demonstrate how to replace them on your Discovery 3, 4, and Range Rover Sport.
In this video, Martin from Land Rover Owner International magazine explains how to remove the damaged axel arm, whilst Fuzz Townshend shares his top tip on why it’s important to ensure your vehicle’s tracking is correctly aligned. In this video, the team demonstrate how to remove the suspension arm, explaining how to ensure the geometry on the axel is kept aligned before fitting the new wishbone arm, with guidance on the tools required to complete the job and how to re-set the arm at the correct ride height.
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