A rookie attempts to change transfer case chain
I own a 97 Range Rover p38. Recently it has developed a clunk clunk sound that occurs on acceration. At normal speed there is no sound. I have searched the help blogs and figure that it is the transfer case chain hitting the walls of the case. It has the Borg Warner transfer case on it. I have decided to have a go at the repair myself. I have jumped off the edge and ordered the hy-vo chain that is OEM replacement.
My question is: As a reasonably talented non-mechanic with all the tools to do the job, am I biting off more then I can chew? It appears to be a straight forward R & R on the transfer case, and then on into the case itself. I have been told that its not hard to find your way around the inside of the case and make the actual chain replacement. I am interested in hearing from anyone who has done this operation about the difficulty of the task, and where I might find any supportive blogs, diagrams, or other information.
Thanks in advance