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Toyota LandCruiser Prado

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I took my standard Prado 120 on a tag-a-long tour across the Desert and Flinders Ranges year and was amazed by its capabilities such a diverse range of terrain. Although the vehicle to every challenge, in hindsight, I I should have invested in a robust suspension setup. The of responding to the demands of large dunes are in almost total to the continual hammering of corrugated The slow progress over shale tracks on the closed Skytrek expedition in SA provided demands again. How do you design an suspension system to competently for such a wide variety of and yet be good enough to drive town? And also, how important is it to the height of the vehicle, as this entry into city car difficult?

Regards,

Mark

Dear

By your comments it is obvious you very aware that the of harsh Outback road and the additional weight you need to for a safe and comfortable trip does test the modern 4WD system, and while your original suspension did the job, it have been at its design

The modern 4WD’s OE suspension is more passenger car-like its predecessors, because statistically the of its life will be spent as an family car running around on sealed roads. Old Man Emu invests in full time 4×4 engineers and spends months and testing a range of springs and absorbers. Our development work is over various road and weights from no load up to the carrying capacity (GVM). process reveals to us what of springs we need and also us to fine tune our range of absorbers to match the spring

It is the shock absorber valving that takes up the majority of our time and is the most influential in determining how the overall suspension will ride and handle in city and Outback conditions. The thing our engineers work on is the valving right for the various stages that a shock works in. In the case of your 120 we offer three front and coils and two different front and shock absorbers. I would a visit to one of our outlets so our sales can assist you with selecting the OME suspension system for your

In answer to your question on ride height, most see it as a way to help protect their from sill damage, approach and departure angles and to the fitment of taller diameter With your Prado we a recommended front lift of This amount of lift the front shock absorber to within the correct operating of its stroke and to permit manufacturer’s front end alignment figures to be The suggested rear lift is which should not give you any about entering car parks.

I hope you are planning more into our great Outback and explanation will see you doing on an OME suspension system.


Syd Groves

Man Emu Product Manager)

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 120

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