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Gm 203

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by BurbLover, May 11, 2005.

  1. BurbLover

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    GM 32 spline 203 gear box & TH400 adapter. Painted & rebuilt by the PO. $200 OBO

    Adapter has busted bold that needs to be tapped/drilled out.

    SOLD: GM 32 spline 205. Painted & rebuilt by PO. Fixed yolk rear. $250 OBO

    Located in Colorado Springs. Shipping extra.

    E-Mail: ESIMark@adelphia.net
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2005
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    Replied with photos.
     
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    Still have the 203.
     
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    How much does this weigh and what is your zip?
     
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    Gear box & Output sahft are about 90 lbs. Adapter should be about 15 lbs. My zip is 80925. However, I believe the 203 is too heavy for USPS. Not sure about Fedex or UPS. Forward Air is in Denver, but approx 180 miles round trip away. With Forward Air, would also need to palletize and add that weight. I just shipped the 205 to TX. Cost $60; but weighed about 20 lbs more.
     
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    UPS Takes up to 150lbs. Packaging could be difficult. Let me see what I can afford.
     
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    Forward Air Denver to SLC would be the cheapest. For some gas $, I'd be happy to ship via Denver. About 180-190 miles roundtrip. Just let me know.

    BTW, if you didn't need the adapter, It'd save you some shipping.
     

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