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drivesleeve's?? good prices?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by GrimWheeler, Mar 14, 2002.

  1. GrimWheeler

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    drivesleeve\'s?? good prices?

    Anybody know where to get some 27spline drivesleeves? perferable for a decent price? Or how about a good machine shop that can make a 32 spline sleeve?


    Brian
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    Re: drivesleeve\'s?? good prices?

    Brian, try http://www.wagonermachine.com - they seem to be willing to work with guys doing custom doublers, etc.

    I know you from OBH, what do you drive?
     
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    Re: drivesleeve\'s?? good prices?

    I actually have 2 84 yotas.. and a 90 YJ

    But my pride and joy... my Grey 84 with good OL' fashiond GM Power ;o) hehe

    Yeah, I've chatted with a guy from WMS, didn't really ask about drivesleevs or anything. I'm also having a machinest buddy of mine check into doing some splining for me too.

    I thought I'd ask on this board, since my questions are all GM part related :-D, and see what people had to say.
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    Hey Brian, I think my neighbor might be interested in that info as well... Oh wait you are my neighbor/forums/images/icons/laugh.gif I finally see one of your post.LOL
     
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    Cool...........keep me posted please on the splining, etc. Gonna need that done if/when I get the adapter made for the 203/205 for a T350. Have a good lead on one from a guy in Canada, or I can get it direct from Wagoner for $750 (ouch).
     
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    Actually, if you get a np203 that was originally used with a th350 (they come that way right?) the rear shaft from ORD should pop right in, just make sure you have the 32spline input np205. OR, get the 32spline shaft, mill/bore out the bearing jounral and put it in the th350 version of np205 (if thats what your using.

    I'm actually looking at doing a semi-radical change in. MM Ultra gear reduction. I will keep everyone posted on how my "great search of a decent priced machinest" turns up. (just remember, I can be a real tight wad LOL)

    55willy. Yeah.. just down the street.. do you have anything that is "wheel-a-ble" yet? Went up to big river last night. (smoked a clutch fan/ clutch master cylinder & Slave), may go up to Shotgun/Prairie mnt/ or where there is snow Sunday, depending on how quickly I get Ape put back together.

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    Nothing wheel-able yet. I got all the parts in to work on the Cherokee and got some more stuff for the Willy's too/forums/images/icons/cool.gif
     
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    Well, Waggoneer said they don't do "Internal" splining... and they sent me to http://i.am/GrimWheeler
     
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    Well still no response from them.. anybody have any other ideas?? or am I gonna have to float a loan to buy the equipment? LOL

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    Check with stephen over at ORD, he seems to be the guru on that kind of stuff
     
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    I too had heard Moser has to do the shafts...............but it's ridiculous that we can't get a darn T350 version 203-205 adapter for less than $750 PLUS needing the splining done. Guess I'm a cheapo but this ought to be easier./forums/images/icons/crazy.gif
     
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    I think the main reason they only offer it that way is because of strength. I don't blame them really, although it would be a nice alternative /forums/images/icons/wink.gif

    Well.. I sent ORD some e-mail.. now its time to wait and see what they say... I suppose I could always ask in the ORD section of this board heheh /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif

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    No dice... Anybody have "inside" contact info for NV other than their straight up "info@xxxxx.com"?? Seeking inner splining knowledge...


    OR, know of where I can buy the equipment for inner splining?
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    Sent my questions off to Ken Koliba, maybe in the next few weeks I'll find out something from them. Anybody else have any ideas???

    Brian
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    Ok here is what I found out...

    ORD has the 27spline sleeves for $120/$125 ( if I recall correctly)

    and here is what I found out from NV
    "Brian,
    Please contact one of the following NVG Distributors,
    they may be able
    to help you find a 32 T spline sleeve:

    Midwest Transmission - 1-888-824-2012

    Total Gear - 1-888-440-1184

    All Transmission - 1-800-237-8601

    Midwest Truck - 1-800-934-2727


    Sincerely,

    Ken Koliba
    NVG Sales"

    I'll be checking these places out Monday, and for those that give a Rip.. I'll post some more info...

    Brian
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