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Old September 9th, 2014, 06:31 PM
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R380 Shorty / Stubby - What clutch parts to use?

I have an R380 Shorty sitting on the garage floor and want to hook it up to the OM617 in my chassis. Trying to figure out what parts it needs to work. From the searching I have done so far the R380 Shorty seems to be a separate gearbox.

I found this:
http://www.ashcroft-transmissions.co...380-parts.html

Here is Rovers North very detailed parts list:
http://www.roversnorth.com/Land-Rover-Parts/971

Looking at my R380 (I will post pics of it soon), it seems the Ashcroft list is correct. The ones I had was questioning were these:

- Throw-Out / Clutch Release Bearing: UTJ100210
- Clutch Fork Pivot : FTC4173 & FTC4174 (although RN's FRC5180 looks the same)

But what about:
- Slave Cylinder
- Slave Cylinder Push Rod (3 different ones listed on RN)

Clutch, Pressure Plate I am planning on the 200/300tdi - UQB000130 (HD) and URB100760

Additionally - how is ordering small parts from Ashcroft or Ashcroft in general. Even if the shipping was a lot, their parts are pretty reasonable.
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Old September 9th, 2014, 07:30 PM
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I used my lt77 slave cylinder.
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Old September 9th, 2014, 07:38 PM
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I used my lt77 slave cylinder.
Thanks - I'm guessing you used the LT77 pivot rod too?

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Yes sorry.
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Additionally - how is ordering small parts from Ashcroft or Ashcroft in general. Even if the shipping was a lot, their parts are pretty reasonable.
Ashcroft is great, I have used them several times in the past. Just make to sure to specify shipping options prior to payment. If you do not specify what kind of shipping you want and how much it will cost, they may send it you with the understanding that you need the parts ASAP. You will literally get parts in three days but the cost will be extremely high.

If you want cheaper shipping options remember to discuss it up front.
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Here's a picture

You need the clutch pivot, the release lever with slave cylinder rod, and the release bearing.
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Thanks Robert - any idea what throw out bearing part number you used? Looks like the other stuff can be LT77 items.

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Ashcroft is great, I have used them several times in the past. Just make to sure to specify shipping options prior to payment. If you do not specify what kind of shipping you want and how much it will cost, they may send it you with the understanding that you need the parts ASAP. You will literally get parts in three days but the cost will be extremely high. If you want cheaper shipping options remember to discuss it up front.
I just did an order online - shipping wasn't cheap but the whole order was still less expensive than what I could find that throw out bearing for. Plus I can never tell what is cheap and what is not with parts coming from the UK.
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Thanks Robert - any idea what throw out bearing part number you used? Looks like the other stuff can be LT77 items.

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I just did an order online - shipping wasn't cheap but the whole order was still less expensive than what I could find that throw out bearing for. Plus I can never tell what is cheap and what is not with parts coming from the UK.
You'll need:
Clutch fork pivot(FTC4173&FTC4174)
Clutch fork (FTC2957HD)
Clutch fork thrust pads, pair (FRC5255)
Clutch release bearing (UTJ100210)
Clutch release bearing clip (FRC3416)

http://www.ashcroft-transmissions.co...sing-r380.html
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You'll need: Clutch fork pivot(FTC4173&FTC4174) Clutch fork (FTC2957HD) Clutch fork thrust pads, pair (FRC5255) Clutch release bearing (UTJ100210) Clutch release bearing clip (FRC3416) http://www.ashcroft-transmissions.co...sing-r380.html
Ordered that list last night - good to have confirmation - thanks Robert!
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