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Hybrid doubler

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by DougP, Dec 2, 2002.

  1. DougP

    DougP Registered Member

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    Thanks to my very first eBay bid, I'm soon to be the owner of a '79 F-150. Now I can start the axle swap project on my '95 Dakota.
    Drivetrain will be:
    Dodge 5.9l Magnum engine, Dodge NV4500, Doubler(Dodge NP203 & Ford NP205,) Ford Dana44 Front, Ford 9" rear.

    So how long does it take for a custom Doubler?
    How much $$$?

    DougP
     
  2. Mr.Chevy4x4

    Mr.Chevy4x4 1/2 ton status

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    You don't need a custom doubler. The standard ford doubler should work fine for you. I am pretty sure I am right in saying the range box on the 203 were the same so the ford doubler should bolt right up.


    Mike
     
  3. Stephen

    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    Hybrids are $760 and lead time is about 2 weeks max. We run alum. about every 2 weeks so it might come out the next day or it could be the full 2 weeks.
    You probably won't need a dodge/ford, the dodge and GM 203 bolt patterns are the same so if you get a GM/Ford adapter and drill your 203 face to match our mounting foot angle, you'll have it. The ford 203 bolt pattern is different from GM and dodge.
     

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