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Fixed Yoke NP208

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by thebigdaddyof2, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. thebigdaddyof2

    thebigdaddyof2 1/2 ton status

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    Fixed Yoke NP208- Make offer

    I have a fixed yoke NP208 for sale. It was modified by using a GM 208 front half section and combined with a Dodge 208 rear half section. It was rebuilt at the time of modification with all new bearings and seals. A front CV style yoke is slipped onto the rear output and is included. This case has a 27 spline input meant for use behind a 700R4 or a T350. The adaptor is not included.
    It is a passenger side drop.

    A very thorough modification was done and is evident by the attachment of the rear-most threaded piece to allow the support rod to be reinstalled. This piece was carefully cut from the rear section of the GM case and installed (welded) onto the Dodge rear half.

    Don't bother to ask me questions about how to modify these NP208s...I have never done one. This unit was built by another CK5 member (Outlaw612) and has never been installed. If he so chooses, he may be willing to answer questions.
    I originally planned on using this case but have changed directions (again). My loss is your gain.
    $350.00 (or best offer) + shipping.
    This case is located near St. Louis.
    I prefer pick-up but I can build a crate and drop off at the STL Forward Air terminal for a nominal fee.
     
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  2. btolenti

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    ttt for ya.

    I wish this was around before I bought my 241 and SYE! It would have saved me 300-400 bucks... /forums/images/graemlins/doah.gif
     
  3. thebigdaddyof2

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    Too bad...this will be a great deal for someone though.

    TTT
     
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    Interested in a trade? Let me know if your looking for any parts, maybe we can work out a trade. /forums/images/graemlins/deal.gif Also when it was built did they replace the chain? Thank's Jason.
     
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    Sorry, need to sell to free up some cash right now.
     
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    Mine is exactly like that (except for the paint) and it has been working great.

    Somebody should buy this thing.
     
  8. thebigdaddyof2

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    Make offer...this needs to go!

    Hey Blue,
    Did you modify yours or buy it completed?
     
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    Open to trades.
     
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    As for trades, do you have anything inparticular your looking for? I have alot of parts, so let me know what you need. Thank's Jason
     
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    Looking for:
    14BFF, 4.56, detroit, 3/4 or 1 ton housing with drums
    BBC TBI parts
    Good Turbo 400, 208/241 version with adaptor
    32 spline NP241 input gear
    Rockwell pattern 16.5" wheels
    (4) All terrain type tires, 33" x 15" or 16.5", must be like new
    (4) 16.5 x 10 wheels, must be like new
    BBC serpentine setup

    That's all I can think of right now.
    Got anything like this?
    How far out from STL is Sterling?
     
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    Hi, I don't think this will help but. I have a, 14 FF open w/ 4.10, a TH400 & adapter (had a 203 behind it), and a 32 spline 241 w/drivers side drop. And Sterling is about 5 hrs. north east of St. Louis. Thank's Jason.
     
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    I would be interested in the 241.
    Shoot me a PM to discuss further.

    todd
     
  15. mightywhitey_k5

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    I was just asking on how to convert my 208 to a sye style and i was directed here. i am very interested in placing a bid. just have a couple of Q?'s does this nice contraption slip directly on to a 700R4. and what adapter are u talking about that is not included, do i need this to addapt to my 700?
     
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    sorry wrong thread
     
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    I was just asking on how to convert my 208 to a sye style and i was directed here. i am very interested in placing a bid. just have a couple of Q?'s does this nice contraption slip directly on to a 700R4. and what adapter are u talking about that is not included, do i need this to addapt to my 700? ;
     
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    sorry again i am just computer stupid! dam it!
     
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    hi i am very interested in your t case. I was just asking about this on the forum, if there was a sye conversion for my 208. I Just have a couple of questions. Will this just bolt right up to my 700R4, or are there some mods i must first do? What is this adapter u talking about dose this make it fit the 700R4? Will i able to run a CV type drive shaft with that type of output shaft that it has.
     
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    Zach,
    I just replied to your PM.
    This NP208 will bolt up to any 700R4 or T350 that originally had a 208 or 241 behind it. You would only need the factory adaptor that was originally used. Of course, you will need a new rear driveshaft.

    The rear output shaft is 32 spline so driveshaft options are plentiful. With the yoke that is presently on the rear output, you could use a front CV driveshaft and have it retubed- but of course, that would only be a 1310 CV.

    Other members (Neil- aka: Mudzer) have taken the Bronco 1330 rear CV shafts and had them retubed and have great luck.

    I also have a Bronco CV shaft and yoke if you need it.
     

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