Welcome to my page, featureing my 1994 Land Rover Discovery: Series I. The page is in chronological order starting at the bottom, in bone stock form with a c... Show moreamra phone pic of me playing on some rocks in Mendecino National Forest with a kick ass veiw of the valey, followed by the mods and trips I've been able to dcument.
Feel free to contact me, and thanks for taking the time to check my stuff out.
2" extended ProComp ES9000 shocks
15x8" wider offset ProComp 87 Series black steel wheels with
31 x 10.50 BFGoodrich All-Terrain KOs
trimmed rear fenders to accomidate the bigger tires on wider wheels
sway bar delete, front and back
took all the plastic off of the front bumper
MSD High Vibration Blaster coil. At ~$50 from Summit, I highly recomend this to any Rovers with a distributor (MSD #PN8222)
a cheap Midland CB I got on eBay for $37 shipped, compact and perfect for my needs
flipped the drivers seat rails to get an extra few inches of legroom.
sometime I'll get pics of the mods worth taking picturs of.
Mendo XII, in Mendecino National Forest. A bunch of dudes with Land Rovers of various models and eras. Good times:
This bunch is of me messing around at the Oceano (Pismo) Dunes when I had a day off during spring break of '06. On the ledge in the bottom right pic, my brother said I got about 1 1/2 feet of air, but he didnt know he had to hold the botton down on the camera to use a video capture. Oh well, I'm sure I'll have some footage of me bending my frame or something when we (me and a crap load of other Rovers) hit up the dunes on Memorial day weekend. e-mail me or something if you want anymore info on that.
Here we have a few pics of me in Hollister Hills, Febuary 18th 2006. A bunch of guys from LandRoversOnly.com and lrrforums.com got together for a weekend of kicking ass in the rain. I think the rain made the trip a lot better. Anywho, these pics of me are getting some flex in or near the rut next to Truck Hill (I think that was it) and the new BFGs in action. Thanks to a really cool guy, Greg Speary for taking these and some really awsome pics during that trip.
Here's when I got my new wheels and tires. 15x8" ProComp 87 Series black powdercoated steel wheels, wrapped in 13x10.50 BFG ATs. Check out the size difference in the 3rd pic. HUGE improvement over the 3 all season BFGs and 1 stock Michelin in various sizes. Also, about a month or so before, I ditched the sway bars for more off-roadiness, and hacked off my exaust system past the big muffler, the pipe after that had a bunch of holes in it and was kinked, it also sounds a bit better.
4th of July 2005, a friend of mine (in a beater '75 CJ5) and I did some camping, shooting, and a little wheeling in Menecino National Forest. This pic is on my cheap camera phone and other than a hacked front bumper and 2" extended ProComp ES9000 shocks, the truck is in bone stock form, also with a dying transmission and and transfer case that wont shift into low, but dont worry, that's all sorted out now: Show Less