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    Lightbulb Johnson Rods.

    Just got the wife an 06 Lr3 for Christmas, Yes she was a good girl, She loves it but she said it sits so low compared to her old disco. Which is now mine I saw these Johnson Rods and thought this is perfect. Just wondering if anyone has tried them out or not. Would rather have an opinion from trusted enthusiasts rather than someone trying to sell product. Anyway here it is . Cheep enough I may just try them out anyway. Thanks. Sorry I don't know how to put a link for "Johnson rods" here have to figure that out.
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    What the heck is a Johnson Rod? In the old days they were akin to Muffler Bearings and Chrome Reverse Dizzys.

    '95 R.R. Classic LWB
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    Here's the link for you

    http://johnsonrods.com/

    It looks like a lift kit

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    Ah, sensor links to allow more clearance. Now, there is a REAL 'Johnson Rod'...LOL
    Back to the original question... Looks like it should work pretty well, it's simple enough of a design.

    '95 R.R. Classic LWB
    '76 Series III Hybrid 109
    '70 Rover 3500S

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    thats what I thought just wondering if anyone on here had tried them.

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