Just for the sake of argument:
How hard is to work on a LR3 engine?
Parts available, prices, ... can be done DIY (tolerances/tools are within hobby mechanic reach...)
I bumped yesterday into a local LR3 for $3K, engine needs a lot of work or replacement, since they have not changed oil for the last 2 years... noisy and what not, bearings and some other stuff needs work I am sure ...
So yeah, i had some impure thoughts on getting me a project LR3 one day (not now though, but maybe one day)
So for all of you with a LR3 or similar engine, what is your DIY rating on this trucks?
Not scared of electronics, sensors or computers.
I always liked the RRS better but seems to be the same vehicle with different shell anyway...