Let X and Y be K-equivalent toric Deligne–Mumford stacks related by a single toric wall-crossing. We prove the Crepant Transformation Conjecture in this case, fully-equivariantly and in genus zero. That is, we show that the equivariant quan- tum connections for X and Y become gauge-equivalent after analytic continuation in quantum parameters. Furthermore we identify the gauge transformation involved, which can be thought of as a linear symplectomorphism between the Given- tal spaces for X and Y , with a Fourier–Mukai transformation between the K-groups of X and Y , via an equivariant version of the Gamma-integral structure on quantum cohomology. We prove similar results for toric complete intersections. We im- pose only very weak geometric hypotheses on X and Y : they can be non-compact, for example, and need not be weak Fano or have Gorenstein coarse moduli space. Our main tools are the Mirror Theorems for toric Deligne–Mumford stacks and toric complete intersections, and the Mellin–Barnes method for analytic continuation of hypergeometric functions.