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Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by muddog, Dec 14, 2006.
Would you do $40 shipped on this...?
sure...sending you a pm
I want the tailhousing , and front flange yoke. I am going to need one sooner or later . would 50 shipped work for both ? PM me
yep..sending you a pm
It should be noted here that the 208 front output flange is 32 spline, and will fit a 32 spline 205 front output shaft with the correct seal.
The reason I'm noting this is because the factory GM 3r front cv driveline will bolt up to this flange, as will the 1330 cv used in later model Dodges.
Just a tidbit of info for those of us who have to build their rig one step at a time.
Thanks for the good info.
I didn't know this..... What years of Dodges?
A 1330 CV would make a decent rear shaft for a light rig.
Couldn't tell you Marv; I bought one off ebay, was supposed to be 1350, looked like 1350, got here and it was 1330. I think the guy said it was 2001 model. Might be the difference between gas and diesel engine Dodge 4x4's.
Is the TH400 deep pan aluminum or tin. Jason
will the 32-spline output shaft you have for the TH400 work with a 32-spline NP203?
I don't think so. I think the 203 takes the real short one. Thanks
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