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700r-4 and 205?????

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by mpascino, May 25, 2001.

  1. mpascino

    mpascino 1/2 ton status

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    Does the output shaft have ot been swaped in the transmission in order to bolt on a 205 T-case, A buddy of mine has told me it is a direct bolt on outside of driveshafts linkage and x-member. Anyone know what i have to do to make this work?
    Thanks,
    Mike

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  2. Wheels

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    Get in touch with Advanced Adapters, or check with Fitzall. They have the output shaft to fit a 205/203 t-case to the 700R4. The 700 will have to be taken apart literally all they way to change the shaft. Once the shaft is in, it bolts right up. The stock 4x4 output shaft for the 700r4 is way to long for the 205/203, they only require a shaft that extends past the end of the case by .875". The Advanced Adapters shaft is about $170, not sure of the Fitzall price.
     
  3. Sammy

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    ORD has the shaft for you. $160 I think.


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  4. Ryan88Jimmy

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    So can you bolt up the 205 to the tailhousing from the 700/208? (with AA output shaft)

    Ryan88Jimmy
     
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    Yes, but you need the adapter output shaft and the automatic style 205 case and trans adapter.

    <font color=red> Elkboy </font color=red> 82 K5 fuel injected H.O.305, TH350/205, 14bolt/10bolt and 39.5 TSL's.
     
  6. K5BLT4FUN

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    I did this in my 88 blazer. I used a advance adapter output shaft and a 205 transfer case and adapter from a 350 auto equipped truck. You can also get a spacer for the end of the 700R4 and use the factory shaft, however this makes the overall length a little to long for blazers. The adapter is only 5/8 long and should be able to be found at any tranny shop.

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