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Old November 2nd, 2014, 03:56 AM
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LT77 shifter assembly needed

I'm looking for a shifter for an LT77 transmission that I'm putting into my series. I've got the tranny but I need the complete shifter mechanism...........Thanks
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Is it radically different from the R30 shifter? I have one of those
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If I recall correctly R380 disco is different from defender but lt77 defender to r380 defender is the same.. I know when I do an lt77 to r380 conversion I have to use the lt77 tranny.!!
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 07:53 AM
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Someone like Rovertrader probably knows the answer!
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shift levers interchange between r380 and lt77. The shift towers on the transmissions are very different. If you just need the stick that should be easy.
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 09:47 AM
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shift levers interchange between r380 and lt77. The shift towers on the transmissions are very different. If you just need the stick that should be easy.
I am curious on this as I have a LT77 in the runner and a shorty R380 on the new chassis and thought the LT77 top shifter linkages would bolt right up.

Doing some searching I've found:

FRC7155 as the gear lever housing (looks to be the same between the LT77 and R380.
FRC8724 is the gear lever lower. My parts catalogue PDF says the same number from both but it comes up on the UK order companies as LT77 only.
There are springs and seals but they seem to be small and work for both.

Is there a different part number for the lower lever for the R380? If so any idea what it is?
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 02:04 PM
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You know maybe I can piece this thing together. I don't need the transfer case gear selecting part because I'm running the ashcroft kit that links my series transfer case to the lt77. I just need the complete lt77 shifter assembly with housing, gear shift lever and whatever else it includes.
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 02:40 PM
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I am curious on this as I have a LT77 in the runner and a shorty R380 on the new chassis and thought the LT77 top shifter linkages would bolt right up.
You're correct.
If you are swapping a short LT77 for an R380 stumpy in a Defender style vehicle, the main gearbox tower moves right over onto the R380 and works fine.
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 06:40 PM
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You're correct. If you are swapping a short LT77 for an R380 stumpy in a Defender style vehicle, the main gearbox tower moves right over onto the R380 and works fine.
Thanks Robert - one less thing that i will have to buy.
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Thanks Robert - one less thing that i will have to buy.
The LT230 T-case linkage however will likely be different.
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The LT230 T-case linkage however will likely be different.
Figures... Will have to figure that one out.
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