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do i have the 203 conversion kit

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by K-5kid, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. K-5kid

    K-5kid Registered Member

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    i just bought a 1973 blazer and i am trying to tell if i need the convesion kit for the t-case how do i tell if my hubs are auto locking
     
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    southernspeed 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    It would be worth doing a search for this sort of stuff as it's been covered several billion times....well almost.:)
     
  3. K-5kid

    K-5kid Registered Member

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    how do i tell if i have auto locking hubs. I know i dont have manuals but i pulled my hub cover off and had this spring there is it an auto lock
     
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    mouse 1/2 ton status

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    Sounds like a full-time hub to me. When I converted my 3/4 ton d44, the factory hubs had a big spring in them, but nothing to "lock" them. They were always locked...
     
  5. brads74jimmy

    brads74jimmy Newbie

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    Converting the 203 and converting to locking hubs are two different projects. If you want to know if the t-case is converted, the case should be (from the front to back) 4L, 2L, N, 2H, 4H. Put the shifter in 2L and do a torque stand. If your back tires brake loose, you have 2wd.

    If you don't have locking hubs up front, they are always locked in.
     

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