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BEARMACH MAGNETIC DRAIN PLUG (TYB500120R)

Bearmach Magnetic Drain Plug (TYB500120R)

Replace the standard front and rear differential drain plugs on your Land Rover Defender, Discovery Series I, or Range Rover Classic with the Bearmach Magnetic Drain Plug to maximize parts life.


These Magnetic Drain Plugs came standard on the Disco2, but also fit the front and rear differentials on the older Land Rover models. A powerful magnet on the tip collects metal particles inside the axle and prevents them from causing additional wear to the differential, gears, and bearings contained within the axle. More importantly, the presence or absence of metallic particles on the drain plug at service time gives visible indication of possible problems with the drivetrain components.


The Bearmach TYB500120R is fully interchangeable with and indistinguishable from the Land Rover Genuine Parts Magnetic Drain Plug, and also supersedes the Land Rover FTC5208 drain plug as well.


These Magnetic Drain Plugs keep the front and rear differential fluids free of metal particles. If you want to protect your engine and transmission, check out the excellent FilterMAG products.







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Bearmach By Exmoor Defender Seat Cushion Foam (BR 2016F)

Savvy cheapskate Defender owners have swapped the driver and passenger seat bottoms to foist the discomfort of a worn seat bottom onto their passenger, but even then both seat bottoms eventually wear out. Today nearly all NAS Defenders have worn seat cushions because of the age and use of the vehicles. 


Increase the comfort of your Defender by replacing the worn seat cushion foam with this brand-new replacement from Exmoor Trim. Only the foam is included and the old upholstery is reused. (Replacing the entire seat bottoms is easier, but then the seat bottoms will be noticeably newer than the rest of the interior trim.)


Sold individually, so order two seat cushions for one Defender.







BEARMACH RUBBERIZED SHOCK TOWER SECURING RING (RBC10011R)

Bearmach Rubberized Shock Tower Securing Ring (RBC10011R)

The Bearmach RBC10011R Rubberized Shock Tower Securing Ring  is fully interchangeable with and indistinguishable from the Land Rover Genuine Parts Rubberized Shock Tower Securing Ring.


If you drive a Land Rover Defender, Discovery Series I, or Range Rover Classic, replace your sheetmetal shock tower retaining ring with this rubberized version that is factory fitted to Discovery Series IIs. The bolt pattern and diameter are identical, and this unit will fit the Defender, Discovery Series I, and Range Rover Classics without modification to the vehicle. The entire unit is covered in rubber and attenuates the transmission of road, suspension, and drivetrain vibration and noise to the vehicle's cabin. Mounting hardware included.


Our recommendation is to fit two Rubberized Shock Tower Securing Rings to the tops of your front springs and two Land Rover Genuine Parts Rubberized Spring Isolators or Bearmach Rubberized Spring Isolators on top of your rear springs.  Then you can assess your vehicle and take it from there if you find you want additional height or need to even out a leaning vehicle. 







BEARMACH RUBBERIZED SPRING ISOLATOR (ANR2938R)

Bearmach Rubberized Spring Isolator (ANR2938R)

The Bearmach ANR2938R Rubberized Spring Isolator was factory fitted to the tops of the rear springs of several Land Rover vehicles and was designed to minimize the transmission of road, suspension, and drivetrain vibration and noise to the vehicle's cabin. However, this Isolator has many more uses. It can also be used as a spring shim to level out a listing vehicle, or even to raise a vehicle. Unlike the Old Man Emu 10mm Trim Packer (which can be mounted safely only to the tops of the rear springs), this Isolator can be fitted front or rear, top or bottom. You can even mount eight different Isolators to all four of your springs for additional lift and/or additional vibration and noise attenuation.


Our recommendation is to fit two Isolators to the tops of your rear springs and two Land Rover Genuine Parts Rubberized Shock Tower Securing Rings to the tops of your front springs. Then you can assess your vehicle and take it from there if you find you want additional height or need to even out a leaning vehicle.


The Bearmach ANR2938R is fully interchangeable with and indistinguishable from the Land Rover Genuine Parts ANR2938 Rubberized Spring Isolator.







BEARMACH RANGE ROVER CLASSIC HEADLIGHT SWITCH (PRC5425A)

Bearmach Range Rover Classic Headlight Switch (PRC5425A)

The Bearmach PRC5425A Range Rover Classic Headlight Switch is a three-position switch that controls your running lights and low beams, and came standard on the Range Rover Classic


This switch has many more uses than illuminating the headlights on a Rangie Classic. If you own a Defender, this switch is perfect for controlling your Hella Auxiliary Lights. Auxiliary switch space in the Defender is very tight and many hacks resort to drilling into the dash and installing Top Gun toggles everywhere. Don't do it. This switch's body is the same size as that of the Defender's dimmer switch and fits perfectly into the factory cut-outs in your Defender's dash. If you relocate your dimmer switch to the factory cutout just above, you will have room to install up to three of the Range Rover Headlight Switches. That is more than enough auxiliary switching for even the most elaborate auxiliary lighting setups, and yet there is no vehicle butchery and the factory appearance is maintained perfectly.







BEARMACH DEFENDER HEADLIGHT SWITCH (PRC3430R)

Bearmach Defender Headlight Switch (PRC3430R)

The Bearmach PRC3430R Defender Headlight Switch is a three-position switch that controls your running lights and low beams, and came standard on the 1993-1995 NAS Defenders and all ROW Defenders with a VIN up to VA104805. Defender headlight switches burn out all the time, so have a spare handy.


There are basically two different kinds of Defender headlight switches. The switch bodies are identical but the connectors differ. The AMR6104 variants have a white multiplug with three blade connectors, while the PRC3430 variants have a black multiplug with three posts. This PRC3430R Headlight Switch is the latter type. Physically check which type of connector you require to be sure you order the correct headlight switch for your particular Defender.


This PRC3430R Headlight Switch is fully interchangeable and indistinguishable from the Land Rover Genuine Parts PRC3430 Defender Headlight Switch.


For reasons unknown, the Defender's headlight circuit does not have a relay and all 110w of power flows through the headlight switch. The switch gets hot and distorts, which causes loss of continuity and the switch is ruined. Even worse, the switch is most likely to fail during a trip when the headlights are used more often than normal such as driving in a convoy with the headlights on at all times. To prevent burning out another headlight switch, install the IPF M002 Heavy Duty Wiring Loom under your hood. Some believe that the M002 Wiring Loom is required only if upgrading to higher-wattage bulbs, but that is not correct. Even the standard 55/60w bulbs are too much for the Defender's headlight switch and will eventually cause it to burn out. If you doubt this, drive with your headlights on for a while and then touch the area of the steering column surrounding the headlight switch. You will actually be able to feel the heat coming off the switch. This same heat melts the switch and causes it to lose continuity. Installation of the M002 Wiring Loom makes the headlight switch area feel cold to the touch.







BEARMACH DEFENDER HEADLIGHT SWITCH (AMR6104R)

Bearmach Defender Headlight Switch (AMR6104R)

The Bearmach AMR6104R Defender Headlight Switch is a three-position switch that controls your running lights and low beams, and came standard on the 1997 NAS Defender 90s and all ROW Defenders with VINs from VA104806 to EA999999. Defender headlight switches burn out all the time, so have a spare handy.


There are basically two different kinds of Defender headlight switches. The switch bodies are identical but the connectors differ. The AMR6104 variants have a white multiplug with three blade connectors, while the PRC3430 variants have a black multiplug with three posts. This AMR6104R Headlight Switch is the former type. Physically check which type of connector you require to be sure you order the correct headlight switch for your particular Defender.







BEARMACH COMPACT WARNING TRIANGLE (BA3009)

Bearmach Compact Warning Triangle (BA3009)

The Bearmach Compact Warning Triangle provides fair warning to other drivers when you are pulled over on the side of the road and lessens the risk of a collision. You have probably seen these triangles mounted inside the trunks of many European vehicles, as many countries in Europe require these as standard fitment. The Compact Warning Triangle works day and night because the reflectors provide shine at night and the flappy orange ribbon provides color and movement during the day. The four steel legs provide weight, hinge open, and span such a wide distance that the Triangle will not tip over even in high winds. The sides of the triangle will hinge closed and the Triangle will fit into the included red carry case that measures only 17" x 2" x 1". The Compact Warning Triangle is so inexpensive and so compact that there is really no reason why every vehicle should not have at least a few stored beside the vehicle's jack and field tool kit.


Bearmach Part Number -  BA3009

Universal Product Code -  5055175210766







BEARMACH TRACK ROD END BALL JOINT, LH THREAD (RTC5870L)

Bearmach Track Rod End Ball Joint, LH Thread (RTC5870L)

The Bearmach RTC5870L Ball Joint features a reversed, left-hand thread and fits one side of your vehicle's tie rod. Physically check which type of thread you require to be sure you order the correct ball point for your particular application.


Ensure your steering ball joints are in good repair. A failed ball point could be disastrous, as steering is lost. We also recommend carrying spare ball points on the trail, because a vehicle without steering is worse than a vehicle that won't start (a vehicle that won't start can still be towed but a vehicle without steering can't even be towed). Install your ball joints with antiseize compound to prevent the threads from corroding solid and preventing you from adjusting your steering or replacing broken parts in the field. 


This Bearmach RTC5870L Ball Joint is fully interchangeable with the Land Rover Genuine Parts RTC5870 Ball Joint, but there are differences. The Bearmach ball joint has a zerk fitting behind the ball to enable regular regreasing, while the Genuine Parts ball joint is not serviceable. The Bearmach ball joint is secured with a nyloc nut, while the Genuine Parts ball joint is secured with a castle nut and cotter pin.







BEARMACH TRACK ROD END BALL JOINT, RH THREAD (RTC5869R)

Bearmach Track Rod End Ball Joint, RH Thread (RTC5869R)

The Bearmach RTC5869R Ball Joint features a standard, right-hand thread and fits one side of your vehicle's tie rod. Physically check which type of thread you require to be sure you order the correct ball point for your particular application.


This Bearmach RTC5869R Ball Joint is fully interchangeable with the Land Rover Genuine Parts RTC5869 Ball Joint, but there are differences. The Bearmach ball joint has a zerk fitting behind the ball to enable regular regreasing, while the Genuine Parts ball joint is not serviceable. The Bearmach ball joint is secured with a nyloc nut, while the Genuine Parts ball joint is secured with a castle nut and cotter pin.







BEARMACH BRASS PLUG WITH O-RING (ERR4686B)

Bearmach Brass Plug With O-Ring (ERR4686B)

The Bearmach Brass Plug serves many purposes on various Land Rover models. It's most commonly seen in North America as the radiator fill plug on NAS V8 Land Rovers. However, this plug also serves as the thermostat plug on the 300 Tdi engines, and the fill plug on the Disco2's front and rear differentials. Lots of different Land Rovers from the Series III 109 to the Disco2 used this plug or the plastic form of this plug. Common cross-reference part numbers include ERR4686, FTC5403, and KTP9401. Unlike the cheesy plastic plug that came with your Land Rover, this brass model will not deteriorate and fail at the worst possible time. The hex head is the common 13/16" size (the same size as spark plug sockets). ERR4685 O-ring is included.