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241/208 same adapter?

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by Lucas 88L98, May 22, 2005.

  1. Lucas 88L98

    Lucas 88L98 Registered Member

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    I will be doing the doubler setup in the near future and am trying to figure out the best way to go about things. I need to find a 700r4 to 208 adapter to use for the 700 to 203 doubler setup. Ive heard from unreliable resources that the 700 to 241 adapter is the same. Any truth to this? it would be great since i have a 241 behind the 700 already, but that would be too easy.
     
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    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    It's that easy. I'm sure there are some differences in the adapters between the 208 and 241 (like different part #'s) but funtionally, they're the same. You're set.
     
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    Lucas 88L98 Registered Member

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    Right on, Thanks :D

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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    You've kinda lost me a little here, let me get this straight. You are going to do a doubler setup in place of your 241 by using a 203/205? If this is the case then you need a TH350/203 adapter not a 700R4/208 or 700R4/241 adapter.
     
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    one mounting technique for the 203 is drilling the front face of the gearbox with the GM round pattern and clearancing the input bearing retainer to bolt it to the factory 208/241 adapter. This way you don't have to change the output shaft in the trans. It's longer and more work to put together, but more convenient in some cases.
     
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    Lucas 88L98 Registered Member

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    Right, ive got 1400 dollars worth of parts in the tranny and i dont feel like tearing it apart to swap the output shaft. Thats why i will try the alternative way to mount the 203 behind the 700. :cool1:
     
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    TH350 to NP203 Adapter

    Hi, Just wanted to let you guys knowe that if you ended up needing an adapter, I recently found 5 th350 to NP203 adapters. And this yard sold me mine for $35! I also know from reading at OffRoad design's site that they have an output shaft that makes a 700r4 the same length as a th350...anyway, let me know if you need an adapter.
    :grin:
     

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