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I have a HJ60 Landcruiser, turbo intercooled 2H, 5 speed gear box. Now I have just acquired an FJ60, 2F 4 speed but it has a transfer case on it that has an Integrated Fairey overdrive in it. The only Fairey overdrives I had seen prior to this were the type that was used in landrovers, the type that the separate Fairey overdrive unit bolted onto the back of the Landcruiser transfer case and after changing some drive components drove from there off the gearbox output shaft. What I would like to do is this: Take the existing transfer case from the 5 speed box on my HJ60 and swap it for the transfer case I just got with the FJ60 4 speed gearbox that's got the Fairey overdrive built into the transfer case. WILL that transfer case with integrated Fairey Overdrive from the 4 speed gear box go onto my 5 speed gearbox? if so, is there anything special that will need to be done? What needs to be changed/modified if anything? Anything else I need to know? Thanks Kymbo
Gday everyone. I have a question about the Fairey Overdrive units that were fitted to the 60 series Landcruisers, also previous model Landcruisers of co****. I am told that that fairey Overdrive unit that was used is exactly the same as the unit as used in all the Landrovers, well the info I got was "same used right through to 1985ish". Now the research I have done tells me this is right, but I cant get a definative answer. Why Im asking is that there is a stronger version of an overdrive now available, Global Roamer Overdrive, formerly 'Roverdrive'. This unit is acclaimed to be 28% overdrive, far better, quieter and stronger than the older fairey units. I cant get an answer from GRO because they refuse to answer if it will fit a Landcruiser as "we dont deal with them, just Landrover vehicles". One would think they would investigate to add another good strong market to their product line. Thank you in advance for any responses. Kymbo.