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Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Buzzy on Sun Dec 21, 2008 11:56 am

FYI,
I was poking around under my truck today and found what I thought was a stuffed Transfer case roll stopper bush.
Not being very mechanically minded I thought here we ago a trip to Bitsofshitty. :oops:
But then I look up the manual and what do you know, apparently its supposed to be like that. 8-)
Mine has'nt quite separated completly yet
What others like?

Quote: "When new a transfer roll stopper consists of one part, but will separate into outer and inner parts during use. This is normal"

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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Blue on Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:07 pm

Jeebus, looks completely sharted... It's about time car makers put stuff on that's supposed to be busted... :lol:
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Wallace on Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:24 pm

Already replaced mine was completely seperated. Replaced when the gearbox was spaced up and also spaced the transfer case roll bush the same amount. I have photo of new unit and will send it to you so you can post here....... The original webbing of this bush is only very flimsy from new......... :?
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby andyj on Sun Dec 21, 2008 6:04 pm

Only Buzzy has a mirror in the workshop :D :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby subi_man on Sun Dec 21, 2008 7:44 pm

Like Wallace I've had mine replaced too when the dealer was trying to cure the annoying vibration

Which manual did you find that info Buzzy? Surely not the owners manual?!!!
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Wallace on Sun Dec 21, 2008 7:52 pm

Subi. Had to do mine myself and from memory the cost was about twenty four bucks. Initially when my truck was being serviced by the dealer I would get these little foot notes on the bottom of invoices saying that the accessories fitted to this vehicle etc etc. Warranty ??????????? HA!
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Buzzy on Mon Dec 22, 2008 6:44 am

subi_man wrote:Like Wallace I've had mine replaced too when the dealer was trying to cure the annoying vibration

Which manual did you find that info Buzzy? Surely not the owners manual?!!!


Forgot about that thread subi :oops:
No mate it wasnt the owners manual :lol:
The manual I am talking about is the Triton Workshop Manual that henk bos posted up for us to download ages ago, I still have it saved on my PC

But as I said it states in there that the outside and inside parts of the transfer case roll stopper are supposed to sepparate. Its normal operation :?
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Buzzy on Mon Dec 22, 2008 6:42 pm

Here is a pic that wallace sent me off his new one.

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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ollie65 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:37 pm

just digging up an old thread as my mount is also rooted :cry: can someone point me in the right direction for an aftermarket mount ? Has anyone else made their own mount, was thinkinking of removing all the original rubber internals and turning up a urethane/rubber insert. how much do the stealers charge for this piece of under engineered junk? (should still be covered by warranty as Ive only got 25k on the clock.
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ag9111 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:00 pm

Read the reply three up. this is supposed to seperate. For installation of motor/gearbox only, during manufacture.
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ollie65 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:13 pm

ag9111 wrote:Read the reply three up. this is supposed to seperate. For installation of motor/gearbox only, during manufacture.


so how come they are being replaced under warranty ? :?

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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ag9111 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:24 pm

Cause there idiots. Even mitsubishi would not engineer something that flimsy for extended use
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ollie65 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:26 pm

ag9111 wrote:Cause there idiots. Even mitsubishi would not engineer something that flimsy for extended use


:lol: :lol: fair enuff
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby srb on Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:29 pm

Hay yeah thats the thingy i was talking about in a thread earlier today. Now i know it's supposed to do this im at ease! :roll: viewtopic.php?f=22&t=10138
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ultimate on Mon Mar 05, 2012 7:26 am

I think there is more to it. The MK Triton had one as well which didn't used to chop out like this. You would get one or two with age, but not every vehicle.

Srb's "Roll Stopper" was completely worn and there was a lot of movement. His actual gearbox mount also shows signs of premature wear (only 15,000km) and I think the two are linked.
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Kegsy on Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:36 am

I remember someone making a better mount to replace the factory one. They ran into some problems with it as it Was too stiff...

Can't rremember who or what the problem was though
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby Shauno on Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:49 am

Its meant to be flimsy, i have a standard mitsu one and also an aftermarket one which is also flimsy unfortunately it does not need to be solid to work although looks dodgy.
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ultimate on Mon Mar 05, 2012 11:35 am

Here's a photo of the aftermarket one we use. They feel firmer that the originals and have worked well for us.

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[img]I remember someone making a better mount to replace the factory one. They ran into some problems with it as it Was too stiff...

Can't rremember who or what the problem was though[/img]

Yeah I remember seeing something about that as well. I think they made it out of a polyurethane bush? Could be wrong though.
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ag9111 on Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:05 pm

ultimate wrote:Here's a photo of the aftermarket one we use. They feel firmer that the originals and have worked well for us.

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[img]I remember someone making a better mount to replace the factory one. They ran into some problems with it as it Was too stiff...

Can't rremember who or what the problem was though[/img]

Yeah I remember seeing something about that as well. I think they made it out of a polyurethane bush? Could be wrong though.


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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ultimate on Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:49 pm

Our supplier who does specialise in engine mounts specifies this as a transmission mount and advised us to use it ;)
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ollie65 on Mon Mar 05, 2012 6:20 pm

how much are these transmission mounts brendon?

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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ultimate on Mon Mar 05, 2012 6:28 pm

RRP =$38
Newtriton.net price =$25
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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby ollie65 on Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:49 am

ultimate wrote:RRP =$38
Newtriton.net price =$25


Thanks mate I will give you a call later on and organise it.

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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby DAZ2007GLS on Thu Apr 22, 2021 6:30 am

Hi Guys,
I have been searching on here and the whole bloody internet for an answer!
When I bought my ML, the guy I purchased it from said the vibration I had at idle was caused when they replaced the Transfer case roll stopper with a MN one, it was stiffer?
So I ordered a new ML Transfer case roll stopper from Mitsubishi.
This is what I got, the one I took out had a threaded bolt on the bottom. As per pic
I have been told there are 2 types
Has anyone fitted this type? id the mounting bracket different ?
Please don't tell me its just rubber on the thread and cut it off, that would be too easy!!!
Hope this pic works, I think I added it right!

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Re: Transfer Case Roll Stopper

Postby RHKTriton on Thu Apr 22, 2021 8:09 am

Interesting, the roll stopper is just there to catch the power train gear from twisting too far when applying torque. Mine was stuffed a while back and I just rebuilt it with some old suspension bushes.

Vibration will most likely come from the engine or tail shaft.

Have you actually fitted the new one?
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