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$67 shipped Clocking Ring NP208/241 D-300

Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by greatlakeoffroad, Sep 18, 2005.

  1. greatlakeoffroad

    greatlakeoffroad Registered Member

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    As it states above this is $67 shipped to your door you get everthing as pictured. Which includes the studs, nyloc nuts and countersunk allen head screws. This rotates a passengers side drop t-case of the models listed above up to give more ground clearance it does not lower the t-case to give better driveshaft angles. Thanks Shawn

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  2. Mudgod

    Mudgod Registered Member

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    Sent you an e-mail on the clocking ring and diff cover.

    George
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    Have a bigger pic of that setup... either my eyes are going bad or it's too small to see all the parts :doah:
     
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    Does that work for all transmissions??
     
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    dleroy43 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    still have any of these left???
     
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    Kyle89K5 1/2 ton status

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    That's a great price on those things! :eek1:

    I've ran a similar ring for about 2 years on my 89 with a 241 with ZERO problems. It's an afternoon install that gains a TON of ground clearance!

    I'll answer the tranny question, if you've got one of the cases listed above, it will work!
     
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    what about your shifter? does it remain in the same spot or do you have to mod it at all?
     
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    The shifter is a hinged rod setup so all you have to do is adjust out the linkage. Takes maybe 5 minutes to adjust it where it needs to be.

    You're rear driveshaft will be a little bit long (mine was, but I never had a problem with it bottoming out, more piece of mind ;) ), but combine this kit with a zero rate and move the axle back, and it's perfect. The front shaft will be short, and clocked all the way up, you'll need to grind out the CV for clearance and prb shim the front axle a little. A new HA shaft would be the trick.

    A 1" body lift will let you clock the thing FLAT with maybe only a small bit of floorboard clearancing.

    Didn't mean to hi-jack the thread Shawn, but these rings kick ass. Talk about a cheap way to gain some clearance
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    just the one, or are you selling mulitple units?
     
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    ahh i see thats kinda what i figured but had to make sure, i have a fixed yoke 241 my driveshaft should be plenty long. my front shaft ill clearance the cv some and probably run a shim for good measure.
    thanks for the info!
     
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    He doesn't have a PM set up.
     
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    after playing with my 241 tonight a flat belly pan would be cake to do. I need one of these.
     
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    Has anyone heard from this guy?? Sent an email...no response....no pm......no website listed??? WTH???
     
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    My came in today. And I sent him many back a forth e-mails. He got back with me always on the same day. So I don't know.
     
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    MTBLAZER89 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Does this bolt in between the Tranny/T-case or does it just rotate the one section of the T-case?
     
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    It bolts between the t-case and tranny not sure how you can rotate just a portion of a one piece cast t-case? But if you can I'm all ears. Thanks Shawn
     
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    have any of these left?
     
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    Sure how many you need? E-mail me to arrange payment. Thanks Shawn

     
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    I need one. Send me a pm or email. I have sent 2 emails and no response.
     
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    how exactly do you install this? i cant understand how it all bolts together
     

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