My front output seal has started leaking. I have a replacement seal, but a buddy told me that Im better off replacing the whole yoke and seal.
What are your thoughts? Just the seal or do the whole kit?
I took a few inches off all the way across the whole opening. I had to trim the ends off the bumper and sliders as well. There still isnt a whole lot of room at full stuff. The rear still rubs a bit when stuffed.
I like mine. The tires still stick out about a 1/2". With out the flares they would stick out too much for my taste. I cut quite a bit of sheet metal, but that needed to happen to clear the 35s at full flex.
With any 20+yr old vehicle there will always something that needs replacing. Especially anything plastic or rubber.
Ideally look for one that was owned by an enthusiast. Someone who loved it and didnt neglect it. That will give you a huge head start.
Thats the kicker, the more you drive it, the more you will need to do things. They make perfect weekend vehicles, but I wouldn't daily one again. I bought a little hatchback 6speed that gets 30mpg and hasnt needed anything but tires in 5yrs.. Its nice to work on the Rover as money and time allow.
Playing and competing are two different things. I can play basketball, but there is no way I can play competitively.
Just because older people, or obese people play casual rounds of golf, doesn't put them at the same level as someone like Tiger woods.
Call it a hobby, a game, a sport.. it...
Any of you guys ever walk 18 holes with your clubs on your back?? Thats how I started playing when I was kid. Played on the high-school team. Again, carts were not allowed during tournament play. That was not easy!
Carts change the dynamic quite a lot!