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Old July 14th, 2016, 09:59 AM
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1990 110 Perentie for sale w. Trailer in NH

Thanks for looking - I am selling my 1990 Land Rover Perentie This aLand Rover Defender 110 produced for the Australian Army, 5/1990- 19,000 km fitted with a 2006 Penman 1.ton trailer for $27,500 (tax free NH).

The major differences between the Land Rover Perentie and British Land Rovers are the relocation of the spare wheelMichelin XZL” to a position under the rear of the load area, a galvanized chassis and a factory installed Isuzu 3.9-litre four-cylinder 4BD1 diesel engine
The Electrics are 12V (Neg earth) 70A alternator, 98Ah b
The transmission is a 4 speed manual Rover/Salisbury Rear Axle,8HA 3.54:1
Suspension live-axle & coil,
Tyres 5x 7.50R16 Michelin XZL
Front bullbar,
The bonnet (hood) carries brackets with full Pioneer kit including a shovel, a pick and an axe,
Black-out lights, Full Camouflage cover
Mesh roof cargo rack,
Brakes are Servo assisted hydraulic dual system with front disc and rear drum brakes,
Rear Seats, Rear pintle hitch,
ROPS - rollover protection.
All time 4x4 with 2 speed Transfer Case,
twin rear-mounted jerry cans and air-lift / tie-down eyes
Maximum load 950kgs (2,100lbs) ,

This trailer is manufactured by Penman Engineering in 2006 is in excellent condition, as used with the UK’s Land Rover Wolf with Land Rover wheels 7.50 R16 Michelin XZL tyres in excellent condition and good tread. Hydraulic disc brakes. Handbrake. Secure Internal storage compartments. Payload 1100 kgs (2400lbs) Internal Dimensions:L:1.85m :W: 1.6mDepth:0.47m Height from base of wheel:1.2m

Vehicle has NH Title and was serviced until august 2015 by the Australian Army.
My email is Chris@acenh.com or leave a message for Chris on 603-812-8100
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Old July 14th, 2016, 10:05 AM
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OK will send more pics.
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Old July 14th, 2016, 10:28 AM
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Cool. Don't forget the transmission/transfer should be a LT95A rather than a LT95. e.g. it has a TRB conversion in the transfer case. GLWS.

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Old July 14th, 2016, 04:18 PM
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Cool. Don't forget the transmission/transfer should be a LT95A rather than a LT95. e.g. it has a TRB conversion in the transfer case. GLWS. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
What is a TRB conversion?
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Old July 14th, 2016, 05:35 PM
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What is a TRB conversion?
From AULRO:

"The TRB (Tapered Roller Bearing (on the transfer case intermediate shaft assembly)) box was developed for the Australian Army to improve longevity behind the 4BD1. Officially known as an LT95A, most refer to it as the TRB box.

There are a few ex-army (LT95A) boxes floating around in Aus, but a TRB conversion kit is available for the LT95 (effectively making it an LT95A). The conversion requires some precision drilling on the TC casing for the back of the intermediate shaft, so the box would have to come out, but on the plus side TRB boxes are bulletproof behind a 4BD1.

A rangie LT95 will have lower transfer case gearing to suit the higher revving V8 (1.113:1 transfer ratio as opposed to 0.996:1 on the 110). Rangie LT95's also have a smaller park brake drum than the 110 counterparts, so a 110 LT95 would be preferable."
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Old July 14th, 2016, 05:56 PM
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From AULRO: "The TRB (Tapered Roller Bearing (on the transfer case intermediate shaft assembly)) box was developed for the Australian Army to improve longevity behind the 4BD1. Officially known as an LT95A, most refer to it as the TRB box. There are a few ex-army (LT95A) boxes floating around in Aus, but a TRB conversion kit is available for the LT95 (effectively making it an LT95A). The conversion requires some precision drilling on the TC casing for the back of the intermediate shaft, so the box would have to come out, but on the plus side TRB boxes are bulletproof behind a 4BD1. A rangie LT95 will have lower transfer case gearing to suit the higher revving V8 (1.113:1 transfer ratio as opposed to 0.996:1 on the 110). Rangie LT95's also have a smaller park brake drum than the 110 counterparts, so a 110 LT95 would be preferable."
Good to know
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Old July 14th, 2016, 06:06 PM
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Old July 14th, 2016, 06:24 PM
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From AULRO:

"The TRB (Tapered Roller Bearing (on the transfer case intermediate shaft assembly)) box was developed for the Australian Army to improve longevity behind the 4BD1. Officially known as an LT95A, most refer to it as the TRB box.

There are a few ex-army (LT95A) boxes floating around in Aus, but a TRB conversion kit is available for the LT95 (effectively making it an LT95A). The conversion requires some precision drilling on the TC casing for the back of the intermediate shaft, so the box would have to come out, but on the plus side TRB boxes are bulletproof behind a 4BD1.

A rangie LT95 will have lower transfer case gearing to suit the higher revving V8 (1.113:1 transfer ratio as opposed to 0.996:1 on the 110). Rangie LT95's also have a smaller park brake drum than the 110 counterparts, so a 110 LT95 would be preferable."
Yep. Over the years, there have been multiple TRB designs each achieving the same goal of strengthening the "only" weak link in an LT95, damage to the thrust washers between the helical gears on the intermediate shaft. Behind a 4bd1 or 4bd1t, torque pulse beats transmission/transfer components. The TRB conversion was designed to address this issue.

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