Differential Guards

We design and manufacture Land Rover Defender Differential Guards. Diff guards protect vehicle differentials from rock and tree root damage, etc. Fits all standard Land Rover axles front or rear – all Defenders 90, 110, 130, series II/III, Discovery and Range Rover Classic. We have Heavy Duty 5mm thick versions and standard 3mm versions – although we are now only selling the 3mm on eBay, and the 5mm here.

High tensile carbon steel with high quality zinc galvanised plating. High strength construction with superior clean welding laser-cut.  Very easy to fit without any drilling, and it can be transferred to other vehicles. The kits include two 8 mm x 70 mm cylindrical allen key bolts with heavy gauge zinc plating and two self-locking nuts with nylon inserts.

Red Booster Servo Clutch Kit - All Defender Models (LHD/RHD) - Soften your Clutch

SKU MA021683
£475.00
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Red Booster Servo Clutch Kit - All Defender Models (LHD/RHD)

The Red Booster servo clutch kit makes your Defenders clutch much easier to press.

Fitting instructions included in the box.

This kit will make your driving a more pleasurable experience and reduce the effort you'd normally put in from driving your Defender. No more painful knees or feet when you are stuck in slow-moving traffic! Designed, engineered and manufactured to the highest standards, Red Booster is a mechanism system that makes it possible for all Defenders to have a servo-assisted clutch.

Working in a similar way to the braking system with a servo-assisted system, it is mounted between the pedal and master cylinder and uses a vacuum from the inlet manifold to reduce the amount of pressure needed on the pedal to operate the clutch.

The left-hand drive version - works similar to the right-hand drive system. The location of the clutch pedal of a left-hand drive Defender is on the far corner of the vehicle and with hardly any space the entire unit had to be redesigned to fit without cutting and drilling your vehicle.

"The next best thing to having an automatic when crawling along"
John Pearson - LRO editor-in-chief

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