Despite rumours, Paul and Chris hadn't fallen out and gone their separate ways! Nothing as simple as that. Instead, Angela had gone down with a kidney infection and been rushed to hospital, Paul & Karren continued their journey before this happened, yet still suffered health complications, and Chris and Karren were left to keep the adventure alive.
Paul still hadn't found the right solution to cope with the additional weight at the rear of the Discovery, especially now with the new swing out wheel carrier. The solution, weld the spring cups from a Defender 110 and fit Terrafirma +500kg Heavy Duty springs to the Discovery.
What does 6 beers, a CV joint that needs a grinder to remove, deadlines for the next trip approaching and a warm sunny day make for? Paul & Chris in a much more relaxed approach to video making.... enjoy the banter.
The final part in this series of building a custom swing out wheel carrier for the Land Rover Discovery. A huge undertaking and test of Paul's fabrication skills, but it turns out absolutely superb and should be up for the job of the trek across the Pyrenees mountains the following month.
Raptor’s Garage was the beginning where we brought you the modifications and builds from Paul’s very own garage. Then we grew into Team Overland as we ventured out in the vehicles to explore the Green Lanes of the UK and trails around Europe. Now, we want Team Overland to become the leading standard in the amateur media outlets for EVERYTHING ADVENTURE in a 4X4
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