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Old April 25th, 2013, 02:43 PM
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WTB aluminum end piece from LT77

I am looking for the aluminum end piece of an LT77 housing - the part that mates to the transfer case (aluminum part on the left of this picture). It's about 6" long.

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Or any equivalent transmission end piece that can bolt to an LT230 that is about 6" long (or longer) and has parallel faces already machined. It's for my EV project and I'm looking for the easiest way to make an adapter and this would get me 90% there.

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Yeah the ZF end piece is a bit skinny (i have one). I could use cut off a piece of the main housing but this would require machining and then likely welding on an adapter plate, whereas with one of these I could bolt an adapter plate to it.

I'll check with Rob, thanks.

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Whoohoo, now that's what I'm talking about. Rob hooked me up with one for free!

FYI, the LT77 version is 4.75" wide/long and the R380 one is 5.75"
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I'm working on my adapter and doing test fitting and mockups on an LT230 but want to verify one thing since none of this is bolted to the frame yet. Is that flat spot on top shown in the first picture going to be horizontal when everything is in place (assuming an R380)? I just want to clock the motor to be level on top and I believe this would be.
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Flat piece is on top.
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Yup, but can you confirm it sits horizontal (parallel to the ground)?
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I mean I can't say down to 1 degree, but it looks horizontal when mounted in the truck. It is where the shifter assembly mounts.
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Awesome, thanks
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