Miscellaneous Items » Tag: LAND ROVER DEFENDER

  • Mud UK heater duct 2

    Salvation for Scorched Shins

    Remember the days when Land Rovers' heaters were known as ‘shin burners’? Well those days are still here, if MUD-UK is to be believed – though with its Puma Heater Deflector maybe they don’t need to be.

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  • Momo

    The Other Kind of Cool Wheels

    If you drive a Land Rover Defender from the 2015 model year onwards (sounds a bit eager, but that’s model years for you), you can now adorn it with any steering wheel from the entire Momo range.

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  • CP 002

    An Engineered Answer to Land Rover Theft

    Spinney Engineering has come up with a revolutionary means of stopping thieves from making off with your Land Rover. Called the Rat Trap, this is available for Series vehicles from 1948-1984 and Defenders from 1984-on.

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  • britpart seat cover 1

    Budget Covers for Defender Seats

    It's possible to spend a small fortune on seat covers for a Defender. But if all you want to do is cover up the splits, fag burns and dog-chew damage, or you’d like to plonk your posterior on something a bit more pleasant than the harsh vinyl of the originals,...

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  • Mud UK hinge 2

    Protect Your Bonnet

    Anti-theft bonnet hinges are, sadly, something that every Defender owner needs to think about. Mud UK’s new units aren’t the first on the market, but they do the job and they cost a tiny fraction of what you’d have to shell out on making things right if a pond-life got...

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  • Exmoor seat base2

    Longer Seat Bases For Defenders

    If you’ve been after a bit more comfort in your Defender or want to stop those dead legs you get after a while in the cockpit, Exmoor Trim’s new Extended Seat Base should allow you to put your legs up that little bit further.

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  • Britpart side step

    Tread To Tread On

    How cool is this? Britpart now offers a folding side step for the Land Rover Defender, with a grippy rubber top whose pattern mimics the original BFG Mud-Terrain. The rest of the unit is robustly made and finished, and the hinge is powerfully sprung to keep the step section tucked...

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  • Dirt D Fender

    Who Wants A Defender With No Mud On It?

    This is unlikely to appeal to you if you’ve ever bought a can of spray-on mud, but Britpart has just started carrying the Dirt D-Fender – a rivet-on guard to stop the cruddy grime that sprays up between your Land Rover’s wheelarch and mudguard to create that familiar fountain effect...

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  • ViprFuelShutOffValve

    Shut Off and Shut Out

    Barely a day seems to go by without another Defender owner putting the word out that his or her pride and joy has been stolen. You’ll never stop a really determined pro thief but, when the criminal bosses are happy to send out gangs of drugged-up slaves to do their...

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  • Puma Pod

    Raptor Kit For Pumas

    Raptor Engineering has introduced two new products for Puma-engined Land Rover Defenders. The company specialises in in-cab equipment to make vehicles more usable; the Defender’s dashboard design was revised significantly for the first time since as long ago as the Falkands War when the Puma lump was launched in 2007...

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  • Defender glovebox

    Tidy Trim For Landies

    Elsewhere on this website, you can read about Raptor Engineering’s new glovebox for Puma-era Land Rover Defenders. Well, those of us who can’t afford a Landy that new needn’t fret, because the company has also launched a similar product for older Defenders and Series IIIs.

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  • OBP1

    Stainless Brake Lines For Land Rovers

    OBP Motorsports has recently introduced a range of standard-length stainless steel brake line kits for various Land Rover models. These cover the Defender 90 and 110, Range Rover Classic and Discovery 1 and 2, with a total of eleven different kits taking account of differences in things like ABS and...

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  • MudUK2

    More Space For Your Cubby

    As cubby boxes go, the ones you’ll find in most Land Rover Defenders are pretty huge. Problem is, everything else about the Defender’s interior is pretty tiny, and even on the newer models stowage space for your odds and ends is notable mainly by its absence.

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  • TFK2

    Terrain Tamer Announces UK Distributer

    It’s not every day that a whole new off brand of off-road equipment arrives in the UK, least of all one with half a century’s heritage. But that’s what’s happening at Footloose4x4 right now, as the Peterborough company has become the UK distributor for Terrain Tamer’s extensive range of Australian-made...

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  • Mud Stuff

    Roof Console for Defenders

    Mud Stuff's latest product for the Land Rover Defender is this extremely neat roof console. Developed in conjunction with an OE automotive and aerospace trim manufacturer, it promises a factory-standard level of fit, finish and appearance to an installation that requires no removal or cutting of the truck’s headlining.

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  • USB1

    Stick (But Not In The Mud)

    If this isn't the coolest thing you’ve ever seen in your entire life, you’re big mates with Johnny Depp or the Fonz. As if a 4GB USB memory stick hidden in a die-cast model of a Defender 90 wasn’t wonderful enough, the headlights flash when the stick is sending or...

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  • AMI2

    Life's A Gas

    We introduced you to Auto Marine Improvement last month, and immediately started calling it AMI because typing its name in full was giving us blisters. The company specialises in interiors, and as we mentioned in passing last month its product range includes a handy gas bottle locker for your 110.

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  • Exmoor1

    Classy New Defender Cubby From Exmoor Trim

    This is the sort of product that runs the risk of showing up the rest of the interior if it’s fitted in a scabby old vehicle. But if you’ve got a tidy Defender, Exmoor Trim’s new Premium Loc Box could be a very nice finishing touch in between the front seats.

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  • Acme Vent Pin

    A Little Less Rust

    Acme Wildside, the company behind the now-famous Defender Demister, has brought out another product to make life that bit less infuriating for owners of Land Rover’s finest. Its stainless steel vent hinge pin kit is a like-for-like swap, replacing an item which on Defenders of a certain age is very...

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