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'68 K-10 4-speed trans/t'case

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by doc70sub, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. doc70sub

    doc70sub 1/2 ton status

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    Sold - please delete...

    SOLD

    Thanks!!
     
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  2. divorced

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    What kind of t-case is that? And how strong is it compared to a NP205?
     
  3. 72THING

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    It should be a SM420 tranny and a T-221 Rockwell t-case, with approx 2:1 low range. :grin:
     
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    I thought '68 was the first year for the sm465, at least that's what I've read a few times, and my '68 has one. I'm sure there were still several '68s with sm420s though, so could be either.
     
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    doesn't have the bulge on the side, Thats a 465 :D
     
  6. 72THING

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    Sorry, it is a 465. For some reason my computer only displayed the first photo. Another identifying feasture is that the 465 has two PTO openings, whereas the 420 only has one on the driver's side on the case. I stand corrected.

    Will
     

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