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MC84



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LRworkshop and Will's youtube channel

I'm sure everyone knows about Will and his excellent LRworkshop, but today I also found out he has a Youtube channel. Check it out.

I've used his LRworkshop site for identifying part numbers for a while and found it very useful. For me its the "go to" site.

I have no association with the site or Youtube channel, I just wanted to share what I found. Links below:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjKGK6G04I_mojLR80zWNOQ

https://www.lrworkshop.com Mike

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Me too Thumbs Up

There's another good one called Britannica Restorations https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRssffMP_F8_SCJcqFLq4Ow > 110 XS Double Cab
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I find the dreary drone of the Britannica guy completely unbearable and I am afraid that I cannot watch his videos. I personally feel that the standard of his spannering is rather dodgy too.

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MC84



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Hi hank, I'll try that one, I've not seen it before, thanks.

Another one that helped me is intenseDef

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqznUN3oHs1PuQHDKuKAngg

when I replaced my fuel pump Mike

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Loving these guys stuff 😍

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blackwolf wrote:
I find the dreary drone of the Britannica guy completely unbearable and I am afraid that I cannot watch his videos. I personally feel that the standard of his spannering is rather dodgy too.


I am surprised to hear you say that blackwolf.

Personally I find his channel a fantastic resource for real world technical tips. Considering that he hasn't got easy access to Land Rover parts where he lives, and he does the job commercially so there are different priorities than if you or I were working on your own vehicles (time pressures, minimum cost requirements) I think its great that he takes the time to produce the videos which he does.

I've learnt a lot from his channel over the last few months and I hope he continues to produce them. 2005 Td5 90 XS
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Re: LRworkshop and Will's youtube channel

MC84 wrote:
I'm sure everyone knows about Will and his excellent LRworkshop, but today I also found out he has a Youtube channel. Check it out.

I've used his LRworkshop site for identifying part numbers for a while and found it very useful. For me its the "go to" site.

I have no association with the site or Youtube channel, I just wanted to share what I found. Links below:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjKGK6G04I_mojLR80zWNOQ

https://www.lrworkshop.com


Thanks for the plug! Very Happy

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hank



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Happy first post Thumbs Up I am currently browsing LRW for part numbers > 110 XS Double Cab
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blackwolf wrote:
I find the dreary drone of the Britannica guy completely unbearable and I am afraid that I cannot watch his videos. I personally feel that the standard of his spannering is rather dodgy too.


Maybe but for the ones (ie me) that have no knowlage and hold a worse (without his tips) dodgy spanner, he's been a great help with the simple jobs that i could try to do by giving basic tips ie door seal fitment changing door locks via drilling the inner door,etc to get to the screw to change the barrel, what would i have paid a garage to do them simple jobs not inc JLR he puts stuff on every week which given the simplicity of showing how to do stuff gives me insperation to try and save money and do have ago myself

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MC84



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Re: LRworkshop and Will's youtube channel

Will@LRW wrote:
MC84 wrote:
I'm sure everyone knows about Will and his excellent LRworkshop, but today I also found out he has a Youtube channel. Check it out.

I've used his LRworkshop site for identifying part numbers for a while and found it very useful. For me its the "go to" site.

I have no association with the site or Youtube channel, I just wanted to share what I found. Links below:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjKGK6G04I_mojLR80zWNOQ

https://www.lrworkshop.com


Thanks for the plug! Very Happy


Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Mike

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blackwolf wrote:
I find the dreary drone of the Britannica guy completely unbearable and I am afraid that I cannot watch his videos. I personally feel that the standard of his spannering is rather dodgy too.



He does ramble an awful lot Laughing

The Lrtoolbox tales or whatever its called now i feel much the same about Shocked , although i see he's doing lorries mostly now.

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