The 90 series Landcruiser, also known as the Colorado (UK) and the Prado (Europe) came out in May 1996 and replaced the aging 70 series. They continued until 2002 when the 120 series was brought out to replace it.
It was a complete departure from the older designs from the 70 series and featured independent suspension front and rear.
More modern engines included the Petrol 2.7 L (2693 cc) 3RZ-FE and, the 3.4 L (3378 cc) V6 5VZ-FE. Diesel engines were the 2.8 L (2776 cc) 3L engine, the 3.0 L (2986 cc) 5L engine and the 3.0 L (2982 cc) 1KZ-TE. In July 2000, a newer diesel engine was introduced in the 90, the 3.0 L (2982 cc) Common Rail Diesel Injection (D-4D) 1KD-FTV.
There are two body versions available, 3 door and 5 door.
Pedders Suspension offer a variety of parts for the 90 series varying from standard height, uprated springs and dampers to lift kits, urethane bushes or bush kits, shock absorber mountings, tie-rod ends etc.
Here at Pedders, we don't quote lift kits by a measurement of lift. The reason for this is that springs sag over time. This is entirely dependent on the vehicles use and history but as a result, some vehicles may be sitting close to their factory ride height, a lot more will have sagged. As a result, if we were to advertise a 2 inch lift and your suspension has sagged, you could end up with anything from a 1 inch lift to 4 inch lift from your current suspension height.
Pedders give height measurements (in mm) expected for every spring fitted and these are within the product description. We measure from the bottom of the wheel rim (to take the tyre size out of the equation) to the bottom of the wheel arch.
As with all Pedders' products, you get a two year warranty. We believe 100% in our products and want our customers to be happy.