Serious Lift kits for 110 station wagons

we need to prepare 2 300tdi stationwagons to be used in Iceland to drive on glaciers, any suggestions would be helpful. we wish to do the work ourselves.

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enlightened us thusly:

BFO tyres... and cylinders of lighter fuel to reseat them.
lift kits: if you go up 2" or more you want re-worked radius arms for the front or different swivel housings to get the caster (castor?) angles right. failure to do this on a seriously lifted one will make it very flighty on the road.
You might also want double-jointed propshafts.
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GLOBALLANDROVERS wrote:

Ian Sykes at Four All Fours has been taking landrovers to Iceland for years,might be worth asking him.he has a website somewhere.He makes and sells Sumo bars so that might be a starting point. Mark.
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