I'm happy enough digging around under the hood of a car. Water pumps, alternators, even head gasket jobs are no real big deal. I'm scared as hell of transmissions though. I've never touched them and have always let the 'experts' do it. I resolved to all the work on my own truck when I got it and have done well. I've only dropped it at the shop once after it was running rough after the head gasket job. Pays to not swap your 1 and 2 distributor wires.
: My clutch is on its last legs at 120,000 miles and is getting close to needing replacement, definitely before wheeling season in Texas starts up again. (Like how that works? Our wheeling season ends just as y'all up north starts. It's just too damn hot to go wheeling in 95+ degree heat with high humidity
Our wheeling season starts again around September and ends around late May.)
Just how difficult is a clutch replacement and can it be done in a weekend in the driveway with a couple friends and some time? It doesn't look too difficult but I have no idea what I'm in for. I figure I can make it into a 'Tech Day' for the local Rover club chapter it looks like I'm about to be named V.P. of. I'll show you how to change your oil, you help me change a clutch.