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Selector Rail Adapter & Yoke


4.3 average, based on 7 reviews

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Product Information

To convert a short stick Discovery R380 to a long stick Defender R380, we make an adapter piece that you can fit to the end of the existing selector rail.

You can then fit the Defender yoke to this part and then fit the Defender top housing. Includes adapter, yoke & screw.

You can use an LT77 top housing but you will have to remove the reverse light switch and the 'T' piece under the top face.


Installation Information » (Click to Expand Collapse)

Very easy to fit.   This can be done with the gearbox still in the vehicle.

remove the Disco top housing,

move selector rail forward,

remove grub screw that holds the yolk on

remove yolk,

fit extension with grub screw and threadlocl,

fit new defender type yolk with grubscrew and threadlock

fit defender top housing, check the 2 dowels,

if fitting a LT77 top housing :

plug reverse light switch hole,

remove 'T' piece underneath held with 2 x M6 screws

remove and blank off the reverse plunger on RHD

Customer Reviews

[1] 2 > View All Average Rating: 4.3

Simply working

I am happy with it.

Nico :: Apr 30 2021, 10:49 AM

Selector rail adaptor & yoke

I’m very pleased with the item and It came in one day. The quality is very good and it works a treat. Thanks guys

Matthew circuit :: Mar 11 2020, 19:29 PM


Ordered Thursday afternoon, came Saturday, high quality kit popped straight in no messing and works perfect, very impressed many thanks

Ian grindrod :: Jan 06 2020, 08:42 AM

Excellent product. Excellent service

This is a brilliant bit of gear. High quality solid machined steel and it took 5 minutes to fit. Works perfectly and the customer service from Dave and the team was excellent. Also the postage was incredibly fast- 5 days from England to Australia. Thanks guys, Paul

Paul Loseby :: Jul 29 2019, 11:52 AM

Rail Adapter & YOKE

Easy fix, does the job exactly as described, works spot on! (Just the spellings wrong, it’s not a yolk - that’s what you find in an egg!)

Ken Church :: Jul 19 2019, 17:54 PM

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