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Found a fixed yoke 208 pass drop........turns out it's a NP241

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by stallion85, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. stallion85

    stallion85 1/2 ton status

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    My bud is about to scrap an 89 1/2 ton Dodge that has a fixed yoke 208. Can someone refresh my memory why it will not work as a replacement for my 208?
     
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    It will if you make the bolt patter fit. Its rotated like 180* or something like that.
     
  3. big83chevy4x4

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    bolt pattern for the adapter is 90* off counter clockwise.
    you can get a custom clocking ring from diy4x and clock it down and swap the correct input into it and run it in your truck.
     
  4. stallion85

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    Cool thanks!
     
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    big4x4ride 1/2 ton status

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    or bolt it up and its clocked completly flat, clockign rings suck in my opinion, they leak like no tomorrow
     
  6. big83chevy4x4

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    the dodge 208 i have, if you were to just bolt it up, the front output would be above the floor. you need to clock it down.
     
  7. stallion85

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    turns out it's a NP241. Can I still use it? Also the input shaft is not 32 spline, I wonder if I could swap the one from my NP208 over to it.......
     
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    You sure its a 241?? Ive never heard of a fixed yoke 241 that was stock.
     
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    It says 241 on the stamp :)
     
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    Still looks as though I have to find a 32 spline input shaft as the 208 one will not work.
     
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    dodge did make fixed yoke 241's i believe. you need to swap 32spline input into it to make it work, and some kind of clocking ring i believe.
     

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