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Clark 5 spd 4x4 w/ 32 spline NP 205 Denver

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by ccj8008, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. ccj8008

    ccj8008 1/2 ton status

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    OK, I somehow stripped the splines on the output shaft. Otherwise, this transmission was just rebuilt. Comes with round pattern 32 spline NP205 and adapter. Also included everthing you need to mount to your K5 Blazer:
    Large bellhousing with adapter to engine
    Large HD flywheel (recently refinished)
    Almost new clutch and pressure plate assembly
    crossmember
    rebuilt starter (Cracked the plastic on the solenoid)

    ORD twin stick shifter + modified linkage

    Come get it $450


    will throw in almost new driveshafts for K5 1410/1410 rear and 1350/1410 front for another $125.

    You will need to have the rear output re-splined. I went with an NV 4500.

    I will be out of country Sep 2-14. Thanks.

    oh and did I mention no shipping (come and get it).

    Clark_NP205.jpg

    NP205 on Clark.jpg

    Clark and NP205.jpg
     
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    Ughemm (tap tap tap)

    Your location says "all over". I dont know about anyone else, but I dont know where that is.
     
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    Ughemm, read the title, it says Denver. If you make a deal, I can get it to Roswell, and probably Del Rio for you.
    Jimbo
     
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    I wish I had a setup like that, but I looked over that post like five times and couldnt find a location. I was trying to help. I guess I need to get my eyeballs recalibrated.
     
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    How did you mount the adaptor to the tranny? If not too much of a PITA, might do this myself, but with an OD model.
     
  6. ccj8008

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    There is a custom cast adapter between the np205 and the Clark. The NP205 has the long 32 spline female adapter. I am ot sure who manufactured the adapter parts but is is very well made and better than other set=ups I have seen. I am pretty sure that the Clark output shaft is a custom piece and doubt if a stock Clark output would work. However, you could probably build a spud adapter to use the stock Clark output to the 205 input. I will try to get more pics.
     
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    What model tranny is it? Do you know the gear ratios? Why did you go with an NV4500--because of the machine shop issue with the output shaft--
    or was there something else? I'm considering this for a K30 with a 4.9bt.
    Thanks, Jimbo
     
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    Its a 282V66 with a 6.99 low gear. You can see gear ingo here: http://cjford.stormloader.com/Tech/mantransinfo1.htm I went with the NV 4500 for convenience and the easier shifting. The Clark shifts like you would expect a 2 ton truck to shift. It also makes the NV4500 look puny. I think the output shaft just wasn't heat treated properly or started with poor steel. BTW, my trip out of countrywas postponed, so I will be around this week.
     

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