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Old July 23rd, 2010, 12:06 AM
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Cheap to free 110 bits

I have a few bits that are going cheap (shipping + beer money or trade).

2 Swivel balls, slight pitting in one and moderate in the other
2 Stub axles for an early 110, very slight groove from the oil seal
2 rusty front 110 calipers and rotors
old RHD steering links
2 rusted out B pillars, the bits that slant upward behind the 2nd row doors rusted through. All the bits are there but they need some love from a competent welder.
LT95 out of my 110, was running when removed, grubby but cheap

All parts are in Pullman, WA. Help me free up some garage space and get a bargain.
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Old July 24th, 2010, 07:46 AM
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Paul I may be interested in the B pillars - would you happen to have pictures?
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Old July 24th, 2010, 11:10 PM
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Paul I may be interested in the B pillars - would you happen to have pictures?
Yep, here you go. The rear portion behind the 2nd row doors has rusted through on each, however, the bottom channel and B pillar itself are in pretty good shape. RHS is the same condition.
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Hey Paul,

How did the LT95 sound/run before you pulled it? Does it pop out of gear? Can you shift easily? And is it unbearably loud in neutral with the engine running? Just wonder if yours is in better shape than mine. Will it come with the diff lock and vacuum switch? Thanks
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Old July 25th, 2010, 12:18 AM
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Hey Paul,

How did the LT95 sound/run before you pulled it? Does it pop out of gear? Can you shift easily? And is it unbearably loud in neutral with the engine running? Just wonder if yours is in better shape than mine. Will it come with the diff lock and vacuum switch? Thanks
Prior to removal it had a slow 2nd synchro and the wrong hi range transfer gearing for my engine. It never popped out of gear while I used it. Commenting on its loudness is hard, because it was behind an Isuzu 4BD1T. The door seals and holes in the bulkhead made it less than quiet. There was a rattle in neutral, clutch out at idle. Don't think it was unbearable though. I had Rob D in ABQ build up another LT95 for me (which is really nice BTW), so my old one is ready for a new home.
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Prior to removal it had a slow 2nd synchro and the wrong hi range transfer gearing for my engine. It never popped out of gear while I used it. Commenting on its loudness is hard, because it was behind an Isuzu 4BD1T. The door seals and holes in the bulkhead made it less than quiet. There was a rattle in neutral, clutch out at idle. Don't think it was unbearable though. I had Rob D in ABQ build up another LT95 for me (which is really nice BTW), so my old one is ready for a new home.
I Pmed Rob about rebuilding mine a few months back but he never responded. Let me see what Safari Rover has coming from the UK since he is in my backyard. Thanks
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I Pmed Rob about rebuilding mine a few months back but he never responded. Let me see what Safari Rover has coming from the UK since he is in my backyard. Thanks
Try his email instead.
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I have a few bits that are going cheap (shipping + beer money or trade).

2 Swivel balls, slight pitting in one and moderate in the other
2 Stub axles for an early 110, very slight groove from the oil seal
2 rusty front 110 calipers and rotors
old RHD steering links
2 rusted out B pillars, the bits that slant upward behind the 2nd row doors rusted through. All the bits are there but they need some love from a competent welder.
LT95 out of my 110, was running when removed, grubby but cheap

All parts are in Pullman, WA. Help me free up some garage space and get a bargain.
Help me get this LT95 out of my garage. Hate to see it go to the scrapper.
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Old August 12th, 2010, 11:26 PM
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Help me get this LT95 out of my garage. Hate to see it go to the scrapper.

I'd like to help you out here, but we're literally on opposite ends of the country! I can't imagine what shipping would be on something as big as that.

I wouldn't mind having a spare LT95 to take apart and play around with though....
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