Ratio Change

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Re: Ratio Change

Post by SJC » 21 Apr 2016 08:17

Kom 'n unimog nie uit met portal axles nie?

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Re: Ratio Change

Post by Peter Connan » 21 Apr 2016 15:21

Hy doen ja.

So ook die Samil 20, die Volvo (ek dink)B303, die Steyr Pinzgauer en Haflinger (maar dis nie lewendige aste nie), die eerste Kombies en die nuwe 6x6 AMG G-wagen.

Vanal daai is waarskynlk net die bogenoemde Volvo se aste geskik vir 'n ombouing. Ek het al fotos van Cruisers gesien met die aste op. Maar mens kry hulle nie hier nie...
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Re: Ratio Change

Post by Alex Roux » 21 Apr 2016 21:50

Jy kan dit kry vir Patrols aftermarket in Australie.

http://www.marks4wd.com/portal-axles.html

Onthou net, extra bewegende dele, reguit ekstra ratte, wat tot ekstra dreuning op die pad lei, en hoer swaartepunt (centre of gravity).
Maar clearance? Ja!
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Portal Axles...

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Re: Ratio Change

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Post by Russ Kellermann » 12 Sep 2016 15:40

As cool as that is, its basically limited to older TB45 , ZD30 and CRD 3.0 wagons then. To my knowledge TB45's use the H260 and i know the Pickups (both CRD3.0 and TD42 ) all use H260.

Pity. That would be my kind of mod. 35" on my Patrol would look perfect. 33's look too small. But its more for the crawl control, thats why i would like the ratio change.
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Re: Ratio Change

Post by SJC » 12 Sep 2016 15:42

What rear diff does the 4.8's use?

Yes, pitty there is no kit for the h260 diff.
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Re: Ratio Change

Post by SJC » 12 Sep 2016 15:45

SJC wrote:What rear diff does the 4.8's use?
To answer my own question...



GU 1 Series 1997 - early 2000 Wagons

4.5 P Man 4.111 diffs and H260 rear diff
4.5 P Auto 3.9 diffs and H233B rear diff

4.2 NA Diesel Man 4.111 diffs and H233B rear diff

2.8TD Man 4.625 diffs and H233B rear diff

GU 2 & 3 Series 2000 -> Wagons

3.0TD Man 4.375 diffs and usually H260 rear diff
3.0TD Auto 4.375 diffs and usually H233B rear diff

4.2 TD Man 3.900 diffs and usually H233B rear diff

4.8 P Man 4.375 diffs and usually H260 rear diff
4.8 P Auto 3.545 diffs and usually H233B rear diff

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Re: Ratio Change

Post by Wilkie » 12 Sep 2016 16:00

So wat julle se is dat die 30TD auto die regte diff in het 4.375 om in 4.5 patrol in te bou :think: :think: :think:

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Re: Ratio Change

Post by Russ Kellermann » 13 Sep 2016 07:59

I too have the list of diff and ratio's as per my Max Ellery Book. BUT... please dont take it word for word. There were variations in this on certain models in certain years and not all are excatly as per below.

As an example, the TB48 Auto definitely also came out with the H260 rear diff. And certain ZD30's came with H233, and some with H260.
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