I was checking out an LR4 with 150k miles on it and it got me thinking about the "Peace of mind" zone on a potential high mileage purchase.
You see these threads in pretty much every other vehicle enthusiast forum so why not start one here? 😄
What's the highest mileage on one of these...
I've driven by a house in Mendota Heights who has had Classics in their driveway for at least the last 10 years. Currently has 4 RRCs in various states of repair.
Just wondering if this dude (or dudette) is on this board?
Anyone noticed MJ was(is?) apparently a bit of a Rover fan?
He was driving a RRC during a segment on the baseball sabbatical.
In the 97-98 footage, he's driving a decked-out red P38.
You forget these farm trucks were creme-de-la-creme at one point in time 😄
To recap: bought an L320 with non-airbag front end collision damage. No codes prior to disassembly.
I got the front end back on and the radiator filled & bled.
Everything starts out ok, but the ride height then gives a failure along with stability control, HDC and special functions..
Anything I should take care of while I have all this access before I put the core support back on?
I think I should definitely do the rear accessory belt.
It's all that oil on the drivers side a concern?
Anyone watching this show on the History channel?
It's like an NFL combine competition for modified trucks of all eras.
We binge watched the first season and a half in a week. It's a fun little distraction :)
This is the mount area for the radiator support. The metal tab for the bracket bolt "nut" is pretty thick and didnt seem to do much when pounding it with a bug punch and drill hammer.
Do I just keep hitting it or is there a better way?