I don't want to let it go. Dug it out, washed it down for some recent pictures, and couldn't help but give it a blast down the road :D
Well, it's now on eBay. New house purchase means the fleet has to downsize, and this has to be sold...
Hope so. One way to find out
Most often, it's the nylon bush that wears.
I had one 3D printed to replace mine when the clutch gets done, otherwise, it's only available as...
Tank cradle replaced
Leaky diff seals replaced
Rear end polybushed
Cat refitted :oops:
MOT passed :D
Parked up again :(
I'm on No17 :oops:
Once it's gone, all will be revealed ;)
And in the meantime, mine is still running. Still not broken anything
But being prepped for sale. With a new house purchase on the horizon, and 6...
Belts are different lengths, and tensioners are different, but otherwise all interchangeable :)
A mod I have done many times
My driveshafts have had a tough old time in the last 2 years, trying to transfer almost double the amount of power to the road surface that it was...
£500 (give or take) for a clutch, slave and fresh oils and labour
A new DMF is around £350 or so (from my local factors)
Bearmach parts come with a 3 year warranty too ;)
I think you may be confudling yourself with Bearmach's own branded parts (produced for Bearmach) and genuine Land Rover parts...
Di you fit the clutch the right way round?
I was contemplating a remap for my Td4. For no other reason than why not
Thought about gutting the cat, big Intercooler and then a remap :D
Got a turbocharged 1.8 (that I have NOT replaced the HG on) and a TD4 Flander
Not enough time to drive either of them :(
To keep the dash working, you need to run a twin ECU setup
Mine is now running a MEMS ECU, with EBC for full ECU control of the engine...
Nice to see another Freelander in :D
Then you would find the limits of the IRD/PG1/diff ;)
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