Member Since: 23 Jan 2012
..As he clearly states on his signature... my bad
Famous four it is then!
1st Oct 2012 9:56 am
Member Since: 09 Dec 2012
Disco 3 timing belt replacement
Just had mine done at rocar moores in Huddersfield They have an offer on if booked before end of year for job done incl all parts and vat for Â£432 I think there's a deal on service also if done at same time
9th Dec 2012 9:26 pm
Member Since: 04 Dec 2006
newish to this issue....
Has any GROUP BUY ever been taken place for the set of belts etc??
8th Mar 2013 11:28 am
Member Since: 09 Mar 2013
Location: Here and there
Could you confirm the latest prices of the idler bearings please?
Aux belt tensioner is a 15 min job if it needs changing, I have not had to change many and only a few I have changed needed changing..
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16th Nov 2013 9:54 am
Member Since: 16 Feb 2013
Based on that advice, i'll restrict the optional changes to the idler pulleys now. Talked to dealer today and they were adamant that these pulleys cost Â£48 each, even though I could show them people selling genuine LR parts on t'internet for Â£20 and explained that there had been a history of pricing confusion on these parts
So Â£100 for the pair instead of Â£35-40. Adds another Â£60 to the Indy-Dealer gap.
Cancelled the service - going elsewhere now. The dealer was helpful enough but Land Rover soaring spares pricing policy/and pure pricing anomalies aren't helping their dealers compete with Indy's
Why anyone still goes to a dealer is beyond me (except TLO for parts/forum discount )
Â£450 for a 1st service, which is as simple as new oil and filter, and a pollen filter is daylight robbery, as is Â£100 for 2 idler pulleys MMP Land Rover - Land Rover + Range Rover Specialist
Member Since: 16 Feb 2013
Oh I don't know, Â£450 doesn't seem that much when you think of how many checks they need to make for all the stuff that could have went wrong on a Land Rover by the time you reach the first service...........
Seriously though, the only reason we still go to dealers is because most of us will still instinctively value a car higher with 100% dealer service history higher than a mix of dealer/indy. Not saying its right but its what happens. In my case I have a 100% LR service up till now and initially it seemed like not too much extra to keep that 100% record. Wrong! On to Plan B!!!!
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