Pirate 4x4 banner

1 - 13 of 13 Posts

·
Desert Rat
Joined
·
3,839 Posts
texican said:
Not long, the engine looses oil pressure pretty quick.
Butch
Ah, the voice of experience!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
66 Posts
fcfred said:
can you run a land cruiser transfercase up side down?

Only if you live in China....... :D
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,054 Posts
fcfred said:
can you run a land cruiser transfercase up side down?
Short answer: No

Long Answer. No, get a range rover t-case if you want everything on the drivers side.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,563 Posts
CaverInaCruiser said:
Short answer: No

Long Answer. No, get a range rover t-case if you want everything on the drivers side.
You need to clarify by saying that only the P38 has a driver's side drop (dunno about the new IS rangies) The rest are passenger side. :flipoff2:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,230 Posts
Ok, so there must be some reason why you asked the question in the first place :confused:

Phil
 

·
Zeus of the Sluice
Joined
·
4,740 Posts
fcfred said:
can you run a land cruiser transfercase up side down?

anything "CAN" be done. the trick is wether or not its worth the trouble?

we ran a Toyota pick up t-case upside down behind a th350 and a range rover 4.0 V8 with a GM TBI,.... in the shop buggy.

any thing can be adapted. in that case our goal was an ultra light buggy (under 2g's) and each part was used for a specific reason, so the added effort and BS was worth it.

ya just got to ask yourself if the part you are cosidering modifying is worth the headache. in this case a magical spliting t-case with no gear options, is probably not :D :beer:
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
3,151 Posts
Discussion Starter #12
trying to find a way around modifying axles for front and rear steer

chev 60 in rear, ford 60 in front

driver's side front and rear output

I didn't know about the range rover case, are they strong?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,054 Posts
fcfred said:
trying to find a way around modifying axles for front and rear steer

chev 60 in rear, ford 60 in front

driver's side front and rear output

I didn't know about the range rover case, are they strong?
Sorry ,but the solution seems obvious to me.....
Put the Chevy (pass side) dana 60 up front
Put the Ford (Driver side) dana 60 in the rear. Both axles will then be in the proper location, without hving to flip the t-case over.

A rover case is strong enough for it's intended purpose.
since it's going to be 454 powered then it's not going to work.
I'd seriously consider an Orion or an atlas II

just my 2 cents.
 
1 - 13 of 13 Posts
Top