Disco lovers. i have a spare transmission and transfer case for sale (see pics). I was given the Trans, and the T-case when i bought my truck, as the guy selling was purging himself of all his rover stuff (it sounded wife driven...he had 5 rovers lol) He was formerly a Landrover mechanic and...
Have a D2 SE7 in Lexington with heads removed(still have them and other engine bits). Block is bad. $400
Headliner is removed but in decent condition.
Also have some spare brake pads and metal type valley pan gasket that
would go with it.
You tow it
I remove the steering (I think it’s called drag line) to drop it down. I tried once without removing and didn’t seem like you could get it out without doing this....might be some British aluminum origami I don’t know about though.
good point! I suppose I use the term slipped sleeve synonymous with with the leaking/cracked block sleeve situation. In my case I only had to pressurize to 20-ish PSI before i got coolant coming out from behind #3 :-( .
Probably Super dumb question.
I pulled heads and pressure tested for slipped sleeve, and yes sleeve is slipped :mad:
In my haste, as well as trying to be safe around the kids, i didn't put the vehicle in neutral.
Now with all things disconnected, what is a good way to get the vehicle in...
I have a 2001 D2 with what I assume is a slipped sleeve (Exhaust in cooling system, and misfire in cylinder 3).
asking 1200 if you want a parts truck. My Craig's list post says bad heads, however per further investigation ie cylinder 3 misfire I am now thinking the aforementioned slipped...
01 D2 boiling coolant after 10ish miles and coming out of overflow tube. Temp Guage goes up when this happens. Did a pressure test with auozone rent a tool and held steady at 15psi for 20 min. Curious if anyone has seen a cracked block, heads, sleeves etc and still had the truck show good on a...
My front drivers side brake pads wear down extremely fast. curious what folks on here think it might be due to. The rotors looks OK and were changed not that long ago. My guess is a bad passenger side caliper causing the drivers side to do double time, but wanted to get the discoweb opinion.
So in the process of removing my radiator (on a 2001 disco II) I for the life of me couldn’t get the transmission cooler and oil cooler lines off of their applicable heat exchangers. The Rave is pretty vague as to how this is accomplished. I am assuming these are supposed to be quick...