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Old April 11th, 2008, 12:37 PM
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Hi-just bought a 1984 defender 110 overseas with a 4 speed lt95 gearbox-Its not arriving until january so no rush but im looking for an overdive.Any help would be appreciated-thanks jim
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Old April 11th, 2008, 01:50 PM
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Have you driven an Lt95 4 speed in a 110? Its a pretty nice set of ratios, and can hold its own on the highway.
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Old April 11th, 2008, 05:51 PM
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I havent driven a lt95 gearbox,just series-Im looking to do 65 comfortably-I hear some people switch out the transfer case gears for early range rover ones.How are the rpms at 65-70 in 4th gear.I have a good 3.5 mazda diesel in it so theres plenty of power.But theres an overdive on ebay uk I might bid on and win send it to my land rover in the uk to be shipped over with it in january.Whats your opinion? jim
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I don't remember what the RPM's are - evilfij or Galpin might pipe in here, but I can assure you it does 65 on the highway quite comfortably. Unless you've got the money burning a hole in your pocket, I'd just wait and drive it first.
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I don't have a tach, but can tell you with a V8 she'd do 75 just fine, and still have room for acceleration when needed at that speed. I have no idea how the mazda will compare, but that's the limiting point if any, not the lt95.

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