When off-road folk talk about the ultimate off-road vehicles, two vehicles are usually at the top of the list for reliability and capability when off-roading..
The Toyota Landcruiser and the Nissan Patrol
The Nissan Patrol has been around since 1951, almost as long as Pedders Suspension! We love the reliability and capability of this big 4x4. They're made even better by fitting Pedders Suspension products creating an almost unstoppable 4x4.
Trak Ryder 4WD Suspension represents many years of technical development and delivers new levels of ride and comfort for the 4-wheel drive Nissan Patrol owner. Pedders Trak Ryder suspension includes hundreds of quality components in its construction each designed to improve the ride and handling of specific vehicles in specific ways.
There are many different versions of the Patrol, starting from the up to G60 series, MQ, MK, Y60 and Y61, LWB and SWB. Each Patrol has it's own suspension design, capabilities and fables and we offer many parts to upgrade, lift or simply maintain your Patrol.
The first question is "What do I want from my Patrol?"
- If you're wanting to put your 4x4 to the test, lift the suspension, gain more axle articulation, fit bigger tyres etc, check out the "Lift Kits".
- If you constantly tow or load your Patrol, an upgrade in standard height or lifted rear suspension will give you a more stable vehicle capable of taking more weight without suffering from suspension which is unable to control the vehicle.
- If you are a spirited driver, maybe you want to retain the standard height but stiffen everything up to give you more feedback, better handling characteristics and control. We cater for all.
Please choose your vehicle from the selection and should you have any questions, feel free to ask us on our Live Chat.
How high will my Patrol be?
Although the kits give an approximate lift, this can be a little misleading. Springs settle over time, so a 1.5 inch lift, may turn out to be a bit more in reality. To ensure that you know exactly what you are getting, we quote a fitted height. This is measured from the bottom of the wheel rim to the wheel-arch. The benefit of this method is that tyre choice has no influence on the quoted height. A summary of this can be seen here.
Still not sure we have the right parts? Not sure which kit is the one for you? Then please get in touch, where one of our team will ensure you get the right parts for your needs.