picked up a Land Rover sales brochure advertising the new 90 and
110 Land Rovers. It provides factory recommended limits for driving
a stock pre-Defender coiler. I thought some people might find this
interesting. The pictures are a bit wide for readability. You may
need to resize your window wider to see everything.
The first illustration shows the safe angles the 90 and 110 can
handle without running aground. The rear overhang of the 110 can
cause the rear to hit ground in rough terrain. It happens in my
109 fairly frequently.
This Illustration shows the maximum factory recommended
side tilt for a hard top Land Rover.
The illustration below shows the maximum recommended
climbing angle for both the 110 and the 90.
Maximum recommended weight for a 90 to carry is
one ton. The maximum weight a 110 can carry is 1.3 tons. This
numbers vary a little depending upon model. The maximum tow weight
for both the 90 and 110 is 4 tons.
This illustration shows the improved turning radius
and the ground to axle heights.
The wading specification is for pre-Defender models.
The V8 option was the 3.5L engine. I believe this was a carbureted
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