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Old 03-04-2014, 11:20 AM   #1
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Range rover

Ones anybody know what kind of axels a 90s range rover has and if they have lockers. Thanks

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Interesting place to present your question.

Are you thinking about a transplant from a RR to a JK? I don't know about the gear internals but all of the external mounts would be a problem due to size and it was 3 Link (radius arm) system.

Knowing the British, I highly doubt they would use Dana parts, they are too reliable.

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Interesting place to present your question. Are you thinking about a transplant from a RR to a JK? I don't know about the gear internals but all of the external mounts would be a problem due to size and it was 3 Link (radius arm) system. Knowing the British, I highly doubt they would use Dana parts, they are too reliable.
. No just want the lockers out of the axels. Thought it might be a cheaper route is they had the right parts from either the land rover discovery the land rover defender and the land rover range rover.
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Most of the Rovers didn't come with factory lockers. Although it was an option on some and some have had aftermarket installed. I wouldn't expect them to fit in a Dana carrier.

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Most of the Rovers didn't come with factory lockers. Although it was an option on some and some have had aftermarket installed. I wouldn't expect them to fit in a Dana carrier. Mike
Thanks I don't know anything about range rovers new or old I just had the idea and thought it would work.
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Gears are sensitive little creatures. They are very particular about their space and tolerances.

Initially, I though you want to swap the whole axle.

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