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Thread: LT95 Jumping out of gear and high range

  1. #11
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    Steve, my brother in law has this sitting around, was a good running box, he has just pilfered the taper roller conversion out of it (re fit the non taper gears) if its of any help?
    Damien
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    Thanks Damien, but I think it's the TRB gears I'll need if mine have worn dogs.

    Steve
    1985 County - Isuzu 4bd1 with HX30W turbo, LT95, 255/85-16 KM2's
    1988 120 with rust and potential
    1999 300tdi 130 single cab - "stock as bro"
    2003 D2a Td5 - the boss's daily drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    Steve, my brother in law has this sitting around, was a good running box, he has just pilfered the taper roller conversion out of it (re fit the non taper gears) if its of any help?
    That looks like a v8 rangie box??
    Cheers, Rod


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    Quote Originally Posted by 67hardtop View Post
    That looks like a v8 rangie box??
    Yeah it is, with isuzu bellhousing and .966 taper roller gears.
    Damien
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    LT95a Jumping out of High Range

    Mine started jumping out of High range (4x4 Perentie) and it turned out to be worn bearings in the transfer intermediate cluster.

    I had the intermediate cluster refurbished (KLR) and the problem was solved.
    Phil B

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    Yeah it is, with isuzu bellhousing and .966 taper roller gears.
    Yeah thats what the PO of my perentie had fitted. Id like a proper perentie box with the pto so i can get the winch working again.
    Cheers, Rod


    BETSY
    1967 Series 2a. 109 4 cyl petrol, Fairey o/drive, Athol Hedges roof.
    Currently undergoing rebuild.
    Will have-- soft top, 4 wheel disc brakes, salisbury rear diff, military colour, 12 pin nato socket, dual pintle hitch....

    1975 Series 3. 109 6cyl 186, 5 speed Nissan cabstar gearbox, mechanical winch, roo bar, kings awning, 50" light bar, roof rack, twin 6"light bars, kings awning tent.

    1969 NO. 5 trailer. ARN 176 464. soft top.

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    LT95 Jumping out of gear and high range

    Any comments on this dog wear?
    I watched the gears as my wife moved it from high to low range and back numerous times.
    It was obvious when fully engaged as it travelled approx 1-2mm further into engagement, but most times it would hang back that little bit. Exactly the behaviour I was getting from the drivers seat.


    Steve
    1985 County - Isuzu 4bd1 with HX30W turbo, LT95, 255/85-16 KM2's
    1988 120 with rust and potential
    1999 300tdi 130 single cab - "stock as bro"
    2003 D2a Td5 - the boss's daily drive

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    It looks to be fully engaged against low range in that pic Steve. The hi range gear dogs do appear to have a taper on one side of them where they have been slipping out of gear. What type of centre or input gear is on that shaft. There are 2 types of input gear. The earlier type have a scallop on every 2nd tooth and the later ones have all straight teeth. This is on the engagement flange. See if you can get a picture of the side of the selector gear flange. Have you checked the bolt torque to see if it has come loose and is there any linear play on the gears on the shaft.
    Cheers......Brian
    1985 110 V8 County
    1998 110 Perentie GS Cargo 6X6 ARN 202516 (Brutus)

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    I tried feeling for any linear play in the gears and they all seem rock solid. Haven't checked the torque but will do so tonight, and try and get a photo of the engagement ring.
    From what I noticed last night it had like half moon cutouts/relief a few mm deep in the outer edge before it went into the main teeth.

    Edit: I reckon it looks like this: Land Rover Parts - 2: GEAR - INTERMEDIATE INPUT- L/R (LT95)(43 TEETH)

    Steve
    1985 County - Isuzu 4bd1 with HX30W turbo, LT95, 255/85-16 KM2's
    1988 120 with rust and potential
    1999 300tdi 130 single cab - "stock as bro"
    2003 D2a Td5 - the boss's daily drive

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    Yes that would indicate the earlier type. Might be worth swapping out for a later type input gear and check the preload and fork clearances. I will get a couple of pics of the later type and the dogs on a new gear for comparison today.
    Cheers......Brian
    1985 110 V8 County
    1998 110 Perentie GS Cargo 6X6 ARN 202516 (Brutus)

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