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700r4-205 TCASE

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by RPM, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. RPM

    RPM Registered Member

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    What’s the best way to adapt a 205 t-case to a 700r4? I have found out that Northwest Fab has a spacer so that I don’t have to change the output shaft of the transmission. Any one running this, and have some pictures? What is the clearance of the front drive shaft to the transmission pan? Thanks
     
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    your best bet is the spacer, the short shaft reduces the drive shaft to pan clearence
     
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    your best bet is the spacer, the short shaft reduces the drive shaft to pan clearence
     
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    your best bet is the spacer, the short shaft reduces the drive shaft to pan clearence
     
  5. Dallin

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    I used the short shaft. The newer flange style front ouput will have pan clearance issues. The older yoke style front ouput will work fine. I plan to do a NP203 doubler in the future and didn't want the extra length of the spacer.
     

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