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Front spline difference between 203 and 205

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Big_B_Murphy, Feb 18, 2002.

  1. Big_B_Murphy

    Big_B_Murphy 1/2 ton status

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    Does anyone know if the front output spline count is the same for a 203 and a 205?
    I am going from a 208 to a 205. My driveshaft Has the CV-joint that is integrated with the flange, so I want to keep the flange.
    My 205 has a yoke and a spline count of 30?
    My 208 had a flange and a spline count of 32?
    They don't match up. i have tried that.
    Does any one know what the count is for a 203?
    i have a flange from a 203 at a buddy's house, but it is 2 hours away and he isn't answering his phone.
    Besides I know someone here has an answer for me. Please [​IMG]

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    Re: T-Case front output splines

    Anybody have any Ideas?
    Will a 203 flange fit on a 205??


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  3. RGF

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    Re: T-Case front output splines

    Yes, A flange from a 203 will fit on the 205 if it is 30spline, at least the GM version 203 will. I have used yokes and flanges from them in the past.

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