Transfer Boxes


The Transfer Box is a part of the drivetrain of four-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive systems

Transfer Boxes

The transfer box role is to transfers power from the manual or automatic transmission to the front and rear axles by means of drive/prop shafts.

These units are becoming more and more popular in modern day vehicles. Most units are chain driven and this is where we see most of the wear causing juddering and tie up issues.

Gear driven units normally found in smaller vehicles are more reliable but have their own issues such as bearing and spline wear.

We either remanufacture or offer a repair service to these units to our normal high standards.

Our most common units we build is the Land Rover LT230 range, Land Rover Freelander 2 Power Transfer Units and the BMW X3 unit but please visit our online shop to view our popular unit’s

Please call for details if you do not see yours on our shop site.

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Our online shop makes it easy to order gearbox transmission units and parts.

– Wide range of popular products available

– Excellent advice from trained members of our sales team

– Secure online ordering

– Fast delivery to your door



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Our Distributors

We have a selection of dealers throughout the UK and Europe who stock our products.

“Very professional garage, I always had clear information about the process and fault and price. Even after service without any problem they answered all my questions. Big thanks for Simon. I will always comeback to you if I have to. Thank you.”

“Repaired my Freelander at 2/3 the cost of main dealer AND gave 12 months warranty on the work. Would use again”

“Really professional, great service. Extremely friendly staff. Basically, a real pleasure to deal with. One extremely happy customer”

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0117 952 4920


Bristol Transmissions Ltd
Unit 3,4 & 5, McArthur Buildings
Foundry Lane, Fishponds, Bristol,


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Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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