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    County diff housing

    Hi all ,
    My perentie / county front diff housing has taken one too many hits, and will need replacement At some stage .

    I just wanted to know what year would be a direct replacement ? I was hoping to bolt my swivel ball housing etc straight up as all else is good ,

    should my my first choice be a 130 ,then 110 and maybe a discovery ? what years would be a cut off point to bolt straight up ?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowy View Post
    Hi all ,
    My perentie / county front diff housing has taken one too many hits, and will need replacement At some stage .

    I just wanted to know what year would be a direct replacement ? I was hoping to bolt my swivel ball housing etc straight up as all else is good ,

    should my my first choice be a 130 ,then 110 and maybe a discovery ? what years would be a cut off point to bolt straight up ?
    Thanks
    Id keep an eye on Grays auctions. They have front axle housings come up for sale. You might pick up a RFSV type housing.
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    You could always cut the old center off and weld a Gwyn Lewis cover on...

    HD Weld on Diff Pan – GwynLewis4x4.co.uk
    1988 Land Rover 110 Perentie Personnel Carryall 48-369
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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    Id keep an eye on Grays auctions. They have front axle housings come up for sale. You might pick up a RFSV type housing.
    Good plan , I'll keep my eye's out
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadCo. View Post
    You could always cut the old center off and weld a Gwyn Lewis cover on...

    HD Weld on Diff Pan GwynLewis4x4.co.uk

    They look pretty good ... My problem is , Mine has a nasty dent in the bottom as well .

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    I've got one (1985 county) you can have it for nix.

    Pick up only. PM

    Watch the arms the earlier county ones have different distances between in the clevis pins.



    Clive

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowy View Post
    They look pretty good ... My problem is , Mine has a nasty dent in the bottom as well .
    Panel beat and plate it?
    1988 Land Rover 110 Perentie Personnel Carryall 48-369
    Remlr 429

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    I bought a Perentie that had hit a rock at high speed & munched the front diff - housing was obviously cactus too.
    I found that the same year Range Rover diff housing fitted exactly. Simply unbolt the swivel housings & re bolt up. In my case I needed the diff too.
    DeeJay
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