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Old February 25th, 2013, 08:22 PM
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WTB series 1 ton transfer case (or 1.53:1 gear set for series tcase)

I am looking for a series 109" one ton transfer case or a set of 1.53:1 high range gears for one. If you have any leads, let me know.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_Ro...1_Ton_109_inch

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The 1 Ton 109 inch - produced from 1968 to 1977, covering late IIA and series III Models. It was basically a Series IIB Forward Control built with a standard 109 in body, featuring 2.6-litre petrol engine, lower ratio gearbox, ENV front and rear axles, (Salisbury front and rear on later Series IIIs) though some late IIAs were fitted with ENV axles in front and Salisbury on the rear. Later series IIIs had a Rover type front axle with uprated differential. The chassis frame was unique to the model and featured drop-shackle suspension similar to the military series Land Rovers. 900x16 tyres were a standard feature and these machines were commonly used by utility companies and breakdown/recovery firms. Only 170 IIA and 238 Series IIIs (1 Ton) were built for the home market. Export markets had even fewer examples, making this one of the rarest types of Land-Rover ever built.
And per TAW's excellent site they have a 1.53:1 high ratio

http://www.expeditionlandrover.info/...io.htm#overall

And my end goal is a diff ratio and series transfer case combo that gets me a overall 7:1 ratio

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Thanks but I have a stock one already. Perhaps re-gearing is an option although I have no idea if the 1.53 gears are readily available for them.

I still haven't committed to a direction yet, but the more I ponder it, the more i think I'd be better off going with a 1.67 LT230 for this - both for availability now and in the future, and it should be quieter and a better match for the rest of the drivetrain.
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