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Old December 28th, 2010, 07:34 PM
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Marks 4WD adapter

Looking to see if anyone has a Marks 4WD adapter for mating the TH400 transmission to the LT230 transfer case that they would like to sell.
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Old December 28th, 2010, 09:31 PM
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Chris- if you can find we could copy and return, I'ld be able to help as I need one as well.
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Old December 28th, 2010, 09:50 PM
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I was trying every option before I order from Marks. If anyone knows of an alternative to them I'm interested.
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Old December 29th, 2010, 06:40 PM
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the last adaptor we ordered from them took several months- SBC to ZF HP22
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Old December 29th, 2010, 10:11 PM
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I'd love to get my hands on one of the sbc to zf's cheaply lol
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Old December 30th, 2010, 05:28 AM
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give me a ring, I think we may have a CAD of it:-)
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Old December 30th, 2010, 07:50 AM
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Chris, talk to Shane at Roverhybrids.com. He and I have been having a similar conversation regarding an NP435 to LT230. He has a 4BT powered 90 that has an NV4500 connected to an LT230. His solution was to have the input gear on the LT230 broached to fit the splines on the NV4500, which he tells me are the same as the TH400 (30 spline I think, which is better than the Rover's 10). He has an aluminum spacer with a seal to fit the new shaft and the proper bolt config for each side. The advantage to this is that the gearbox output shaft is about 20 percent fatter than the Rover spud shaft. It only adds about an inch and a half to the total length and once it has a little dirt on it you'd swear it came from Solihull that way.
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Old December 30th, 2010, 11:57 AM
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Thanks, I'll give him a shout and see if we can come up with a US solution to the issue. I really would prefer a 4L80E but had reconciled to use the TH400.

I have a weird desire to cram an E rod crate motor in something!
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Chris -
You might give Pendy a call on this as we've been working through a project with this adapter (incomplete). He had to have some part redone.

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Opening up the LT230 input gear to fit the splines for the 4L80E (electronic? really?) should be no biggie for a shop to do.
Cram away, my friend! USA Power all the way!
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Old December 30th, 2010, 05:32 PM
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You can actually buy a non-electronic 4L80E - plus on the 4L80E is the overdrive. www.transmissioncenter.net/4l80e.htm
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you guys might want to check with Eddie at west coast rovers, I believe he has a 400 in his 90 and may be some help with the adapter situation.

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Tis is correct, except it is between a 4.6 and an Atlas twin stick. 4.6 to TH400 to Atlas to Dana 60s
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Has anyone else tried a quadratrac transfer case out of a late 70's AMC truck? It uses the turbo 400 (Chev or AMC bellousing) and is the same configuration as the 230. It is full-time 4wd and has a center diff that can be locked via a vacuum control. I had one behind a AMC 401 in a J20 for years and never broke anything.
I don't have my D90 hybrid driving yet, but I have the 360/TH400/Qtrac in the frame and it fit like it was made for it. The TH400 is a bit on the long side, though.
Its likely cheaper to find a quadratrac than build the adapter for the LR case.
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Crickets......

I don't think anyone is too keen on a chain drive xbox.
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I've sent Shane, Pendy and Marks 4WD emails and I'm waiting for replies. Not much else to do.
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give me a ring, I think we may have a CAD of it:-)
I may just do that next week, need to see if my free motor is coming through
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