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Old January 4th, 2016, 02:45 PM
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LT230Q Transfer Case

I have a LT230Q for sale.

It came out of a 1999 Discovery II with 60K miles.

The unit was resealed and thoroughly inspected and given a clean bill of health. The plan was to install in my 95 RRC but I've decided to go another direction. I believe this is a locking unit.

Asking $300

Located in Orange County, CA

Local pickup preferred.
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Old January 7th, 2016, 07:59 PM
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Still available! Need it gone so please make an offer.
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Old January 13th, 2016, 07:56 PM
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$200 Come get it out of my garage!!
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Old January 13th, 2016, 08:01 PM
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$200 Come get it out of my garage!!
Holy cow....screaming deal on this tcase!
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Fastenal will ship it.
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I need this, I think. What is a locking unit?
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I need this, I think. What is a locking unit?
It means it has a diff lock. It does. Some Disco 2 boxes have no diff lock.
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It means it has a diff lock. It does. Some Disco 2 boxes have no diff lock.
Oh I was told all LT230 were the same regardless if from a disco or defender.
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Very interested - Can you (or someone else) confirm it will fit my '95 RRC LWB? 4.2 with ZF tranny? - and also same question does it come with shifter/linkage. I see its a locking unit but may not have been set up that way on Disco II (Pretty sure '99 DII would have the locking diff linkage all set up) so may still need ashcroft linkage to make locker work.
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Old January 13th, 2016, 09:29 PM
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(Pretty sure '99 DII would have the locking diff linkage all set up) so may still need ashcroft linkage to make locker work.
'99 DII wouldn't have the CDL shifter from factory, only high-low. The transfer cases had the locking mechanism, but D2's didn't have the shifter until 2004 (which was a nicer, solenoid based shifter).
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Old January 13th, 2016, 09:35 PM
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Oh I was told all LT230 were the same regardless if from a disco or defender.
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Negative, very far from the truth!

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'99 DII wouldn't have the CDL shifter from factory, only high-low. The transfer cases had the locking mechanism, but D2's didn't have the shifter until 2004 (which was a nicer, solenoid based shifter).
Can you explain this solenoid based shifter? I haven't seen anything about that. From everything I've learned it's a cable operation.
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Negative, very far from the truth!



Can you explain this solenoid based shifter? I haven't seen anything about that. From everything I've learned it's a cable operation.
Sorry I misspoke.. it's been 10 years since I last installed a CDL on a D2... the 2004 is cable-based as you said, as opposed to mechanical from the older D1 ones.. this is from EE:

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The 2004 Disco2 is the only Disco2 that comes from the factory with a CDL shifter, and what an effective and smooth mechanism it is. We have heretofore advocated the fitment of a Disco1's CDL shifter as the most elegant and quasi-factory method to lock the Disco2's transfer box. However, we now opine that the 2004 Disco2's CDL shifter is a far superior method and is really the only way to fly. The cable-actuated 2004 CDL shifter is noticeably smoother in operation than the hard linkages employed on the Disco1 CDL shifter and the lack of hard linkages noticeably attenuates drivetrain noise and vibration inside the vehicle.
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Old January 13th, 2016, 10:43 PM
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Very interested - Can you (or someone else) confirm it will fit my '95 RRC LWB? 4.2 with ZF tranny? - and also same question does it come with shifter/linkage. I see its a locking unit but may not have been set up that way on Disco II (Pretty sure '99 DII would have the locking diff linkage all set up) so may still need ashcroft linkage to make locker work.
It will bolt straight into your lwb but you will also need the front driveshaft from the disco and shift linkage. Cheapest route would be find linkage from a d1 or defender. The d2 cable setup is slick and worth the extra money.
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Old January 14th, 2016, 03:02 AM
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2nds. If Jack (akrockhound) doesn't take it, I will. If he does, I'll RURR it to Washington, but not Alaska! ;-)
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Old January 14th, 2016, 11:23 AM
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All I have is the transfer case. You will need to supply your own linkage. Don't have emergency brake either.

I'd rather not have to deal with shipping unless the buyer makes it easy.

Willing to deliver to Los Angeles/Orange County/San Diego areas.
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Old January 14th, 2016, 12:30 PM
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I'm out...its yours dave.......btw consider an ashcroft cdl linkage kit. I put one on my D2 and it is well designed though not the cheapest route to go.

------ Follow up post added January 14th, 2016 08:33 AM ------

Brock - curious what you decided to do (instead of the LT230) on you RRC. I have 175,000 miles on mine and trying to decide whether to get a rebuilt BWarner or make conversion. Just curious if you can ehd some light on the options since it sounds like you found a solution for your needs.
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Old January 14th, 2016, 03:53 PM
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Brock - curious what you decided to do (instead of the LT230) on you RRC. I have 175,000 miles on mine and trying to decide whether to get a rebuilt BWarner or make conversion. Just curious if you can ehd some light on the options since it sounds like you found a solution for your needs.

I decided to keep the original BW unit. My truck has 188K and I plan to run the BW unit until it needs major service, then I will rebuild it. I had a 93 RRC LWB with a LT230 and it was great but I did not like the noise it made.

The truck is currently for sale but I'm on the fence with selling it. I have all the parts to put the EAS back and return it to a stock truck. With how collectible these have become recently I think that's the safest investment for me at this time.
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Noise from the lt230? Obviously I have one in my '95 d90, but I can't hear $h!t in it because of the wind and the exhaust. The BW whines a bit in P38, but the one in the '95 LWB is quiet as a lamb. What to do. Well, I'll take it anyways! ;-) PP?
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