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Driver drop np205

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Goose, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. Goose

    Goose 1/2 ton status

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    A while back a bought a divorced np205 sight unseen planning on using it in a few years.

    Last night I was looking it over and it is a driver side drop. :confused:
    My question is this useful for maybe a straight axle swap or just for Ford guys??
     
  2. greythorn3

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    Ha

    I run a ford one in my chevy.. just chnage the input shaft to 32 spline.. works great if your running a ford front axle. u also have to retap the hole in th efornt of the case for your adapter

    ray
     
  3. sweetk30

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    ah he said its divorced not married tcase. but the rest of your info for use with ford axle is good.

    all 205 divorced tcases are 32 spline outputs. good for updating the 10 or 30 spline front outputs in others.
     
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    Sorry didnt notic that! ha, but that information you have is good.... didnt know that all divorged were 32 spline outputs.. i buy ford 205s cheap and put there outputs on my chevys. since all fords are 32 spline outputs, and married are 31 spline inputs..

    ray
     
  5. Goose

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    Thanks for the info guys.
    So mostly useful for swapping outputs then?

    Would someone doing a straight axle swap into a newer chevy find it useful because of the passenger side clutch cylinder setup??
     

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