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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by darkshadow, Feb 16, 2006.
a 205 that is, is ther any way to make a married case a divorsed one???
Good one you had me going I was aboot to bitch that this is lounge material . As for your question I have no idea .
dont know for sure but get input gears off a dodge style (yoke input) and then fab some mounts maybe??? Id just get a parts version and build it to fit. I know 3/4 ton dodge 205's are divorced and have bolt on yoke inputs and outputs but no flange with bolt holes for mounting behind a tranny. gl
Apparantly these is some machining differences for a seal of some sort on the divorced case, but otherwise there is no reason why a 32 spline unit couldn't be converted.
what about upside down?could you run a 205 upside down, i really cant think of a reason why not.
Upside down ? Maybe get a Ford case , they can be had drivers drop .
I am raping the input from one and chucking the rest for my Chevy case
yeah a ford case is what i am thinking, saw one on ebay for 60 bucks!
was looking for more options and a devorsed case would help in the tranny search.
so i was thinking of the ford 205 upside down to be pass drop, shifter would be low maybe the pateren would be different, vent lines and fill/drain hole would be messed up but it could work.
hell if you can mount one sideways to make a 6x6 why couldent you?
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