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203 t-case conversion kit

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by scoobydoo2684, Nov 27, 2002.

  1. scoobydoo2684

    scoobydoo2684 Newbie

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    Does anyone know where to get a 4x2 conversion kit for my 203 and would it be worth it?? should i look for a 205 instead? I'm only running 33's on a 4" spring lift. If the conversion kit is worth my time can you tell me how it works?? Will I still have 4 high and 4 low in addition to 2 high?? /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif
     
  2. Frankenstien

    Frankenstien 1/2 ton status

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    not trying to be a smart arse but try the search, try putting 203 or part time any other ? pm grimreaper the man is an absolut guru when it comes to 203
    4 wheel parts has them for a decent price
     
  3. reddog64

    reddog64 1/2 ton status

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    i bought the kit from summit for 50 bucks.. took a few hours,.. need hubs too...

    keeps the fron driveshaft from spinning and saves axles and turns much better...

    Worth the time and money...

    they sell one for 50 bucks and one for 250 bucsk...

    I did the 50 buck one...

    it's just fine for moderate use...
     
  4. imiceman44

    imiceman44 1 ton status

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    4wparts has it the cheapest.
    I think 95 including the hubs.
    Yes go with it, it's worth it.
    The 203 is as string as a 205, and your's is already there.
    The part time kit is easy enough to install, unless you want to go with the shaft conversion, then it's a little more involved.
    The regular kit is good enough for what you want, I would go with that.
     
  5. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    I'll sell you mine ( brand new in the box) I got a 205, the only thing it needs is a gasket...$25 +the ride.... /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
  6. Grim-Reaper

    Grim-Reaper 3/4 ton status Author

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    Actually the shaft kit is possibly easier as long as you have a extra pump ($10 from dealer purt number comes with kit). You pull the stock shaft and diff and toss it. End play is not as critical and it is a LOT stronger. It does wonders to get rid of driveline slop.
     
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    boots 1/2 ton status

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    Doesn't Offroad design use the stock shafts for the doubler conversion? might be worth asking
     

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