Time to sell LR4

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  1. Jeff Henderson

    Jeff Henderson Member

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    So I decided to sell my 2011 LR4 Lux 116k. I’m wondering if it’s better to sell with the upgrades I did over the last two years or to sell separate. I have 5 Compomotive with BFG KO2 (3K miles), GAP tool, rock sliders, led lights, factory trailer hitch and wiring kit. Please PM me for advice on what I should be asking for these.

    Also any advice of what I should ask for the truck. New brakes F/R, new Suspension Compressor, all fluids, Trans cooler lines/ trans service, complete e-brake system Please PM and advice. Truck and I are located in CT.

    Thanks Jeff-
     
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    I think you might want to decide first, how much work are you willing to put in to remove and replace to factory those extras, then also start with it advertised as both ways. Take first way, then adapt to either leave all parts on for the buyer who wants it, or remove to sell separately.

    Over 20 yrs it seem this type of vehicle usually gets sold built. Most people don't want to mess with the time/effort or often don't have the old parts anymore. I sold my front bumper like 6 yrs ago so I can't really sell the ARB now, for example.
     
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    hearing a little rattle from the front of the engine?
     
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    HD package?

    What size K02s?
     
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    Lets see some pictures, someone like me might even be interested? Generally you make marginally more returning to OEM and selling mods, though it takes time and is a PITA if your time is valuable. Someone got a great deal on my heavily mod'd, supercharged JKUR; if I had to do it again, would still sell with mods.
     
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    Agree and interested also.
     
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    Ditto.
     
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    I'm guessing this is a common noise for something catastrophic. Care to elaborate?
     
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    It's the notorious sign that the tensioners for the timing chain are giving out and the chain is slapping around working its way to failure. Common problem on '10-'12 and thought to be remedied on the '13.
     
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    Yes. Decision time to run away or dig in and repair.
     

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