RichardSIA
RichardSIA New Reader
4/20/19 11:45 a.m.

Genuine Jaguar 4.27 R&P set for IRS in excellent condition.

"Open" ring gear carrier is included.

This is a Unicorn horn rare parts set, they do not show up in any listing of available Jag gears!

Was going to use them in my El Camino but chickened out for 3.92.

Excellent for a high RPM engine, heavy car, or unusually tall tires.

PM or email if interested.

Buyer pays shipping but they are small and light enough for UPS.

RichardSIA
RichardSIA Reader
12/2/19 12:27 a.m.

Bump, still available.

Also learned they may be more commonly found in some of the big Mk. saloon cars, or the 2.5 engined cars.

Still very rare in any case.

SVreX
SVreX MegaDork
12/2/19 5:26 a.m.

In reply to RichardSIA :

Wait!...

You've got an Elky with Jag IRS??

RichardSIA
RichardSIA Reader
12/2/19 11:00 p.m.

I will have a '68 El Camino with rebuilt Jag IRS, Power-Loc, and Wilwood calipers conversion, once I get it put together.

So far I have more into the custom rear than I originally planned for the entire drive-train.

Not to worry, I gave up on putting in a Jag XK engine so I'm just building a Mighty-Mouse  327 with 4x44 IDF webers, forged pistons, solid lifter cam, etc.

There is a thread for it on here somewhere.

SVreX
SVreX MegaDork
12/2/19 11:06 p.m.

In reply to RichardSIA :

I’ve got a 1960.

I have a Jag rear, and planned on installing it. I was having second thoughts...

RichardSIA
RichardSIA Reader
12/3/19 12:27 a.m.

Been done to at least one '59 that I know of.

Might help to preserve the X frame.

Gets you rear disc brakes and better handling/ride, but be sure to refresh the diff bearing and u-joints before install.

Earlier rears have better ratios than the 2.88 from more recent cars.

 

 

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