∆ yup the early one is th way to go. Fyi you may even have series 3 parts on your truck from the factory if it's really early production like mine. I have a series 3 bulkhead harness . Took me 10 years to figure that one out lol
So with a '85-127 I see they are briefly mentioned in some sections - like with obvious stuff - i.e. brake piping, chassis etc. in these early shop manuals - and I understand they were not "mainstream" so was there a 127 /130 supplement put out to cover the uniqueness or do I just mix and match as best as I can since it seams that's what they did building this thing....?
I have come to the self realization that other than the length, the chassis (which was a 110 chassis spliced to make the 127) and the rear pick up bed not much else is unique to the 127 - is that a fair statement?
Every so often, I'm reminded of just how much technology has changed the way I do things. I know exactly where I've got a full set of microfiche for most all Land Rovers up to about '95... all English and maybe a few in French. But I suddenly can't believe I once used that system instead of a computer.