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MT75 4×4 Gearbox

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The MT75 is available in 2wd and 4wd formats. The MT75 4×4 is used in the Sierra Xr4x4 and in hybrid form it appears in the Ford Ranger/Mazda B Series pickup. Although the pickup uses the Duratec, the box is…

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MT75 Gearbox

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The MT75, 5 speed gearbox was designed by Ford to replace the T5. It is a rear wheel drive (rwd) 5 speed gearbox that has synchromesh on all gears including reverse, meaning reverse can be selected whilst the car is…

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Rover V8 4×4 Haynes Roadster

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Rover V8 to MT75 4×4 gearbox conversion successfully installed into Haynes Roadster Kit Car

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Rover V8 Sierra Clutch

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Fitting a Rover V8 to a Sierra 4×4 Cosworth gearbox, hasn’t been easy. but finding a suitable clutch was very easy in the form of a Ford Transit.

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Rover V8 to MT75 Adaptor – part 4

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Fitting a MT75 Sierra Cosworth gearbox to a Rover V8 isn’t easy. You’ll need a rare Rover BW35 automatic gearbox housing a hacksaw and plenty of patience

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Rover V8 to MT75 Adaptor Plate – part 3

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I’ve been having fun converting my Rover V8 to Sierra Cosworth MT75 4×4. When you findĀ  the correct solution to a problem, sometimes it makes previous efforts look like a waste of effort. Rover V8 to MT75 gearbox using LT77…

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Rover V8 to MT75 Adaptor Plate – part2

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Rover V8 to Sierra MT75 adaptor using the Borg Warner 35 (BW35) automatic bellhousing from the P5B and P6B.

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Rover V8 to MT75 Adaptor Plate

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The goal is to mate the Rover V8 up to a Ford MT75 gearbox. Therefore I had 2 choices: Use an Rover V8 to MT75 adaptor plate Use a complete LT77 bell-housing and remove the integral MT75 bell-housing and weld…

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MT75 Clutch Upgrade

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An Mt75 4×4 gearbox has an integral bellhousing. Mating to a Rover V8 will require the removal of the standard bellhousing and replacement by an LT77 removable item

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MT75 4×4 Haynes Roadster

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The MT75 4×4 gearbox has been trial fitted to my Haynes Roadster. Unfortunately, I may have a very small modification to one chassis rail.

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