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Old 10-07-2007, 05:51 PM
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Would the transfer case from a DI work in our '03?

I assume the output or the ebrake stuff, at least, is different?
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Old 10-07-2007, 10:30 PM
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yeah don't see why not. they are all LT230s.

ebrake on a '03 not a drum on the rear tcase?
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Old 10-08-2007, 07:14 AM
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Some thoughts, not that I have done this: From what I have read you could do it. Compare the models to see if you are getting the new improved "quiet" version or not if you care about that. With that case I think you will get a speedometer gear that you won't care about. I don't know about the ebrake but I would kind of assume that the cable is different?
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Front flange will need to be swapped around, otherwise, there is no reason not to. Many folks have older t-cases in their Disco IIs.
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Thanks, that means I will keep the broke one, get it rebuilt, and even if I never get around to putting it in my wife's soccer-mom Disco with the SD rack, I will keep it on hand and it will be a great selling point for the car in a few years when she wants an LR3, and one of you wants a 4.6 with a CDL!

Actually... maybe in 5 years or so, I'll keep the '03 for myself and the XD could go on to new owners and pay for my build up of the '03.

...stop thinking now... ...get back to work.
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