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ID my Tanny!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by wombat, Feb 17, 2007.

  1. wombat

    wombat Registered Member

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    I bought a 76 Blzer to replace my rusted 77 project back home. It came with this tranny and what I was told is an NP 205. Can you ID the Tranny? said it was a 4 speed, but other then that I don't know (granny gear). I can't look and get any numbers off of it because I am curently in Iraq, but it will be sitting at the house when i get home in OCT.

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    And yes they weird attempt at a roll cage will be coming out.

    Also why is it that this is the only thread that I can see pictures on or post in?
     
  2. Goose

    Goose 1/2 ton status

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    Yup, sm465. You can see the cast iron top cover.
    Also notice where the ribs are in the side and the pto cover.
    It's a manual clutch(non-hydrolic).
    Not sure, but looks like figure 8 style adapter which means 10 spline input on the np205, which has the slip style rear output.
     
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    What Goose said...
     
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    x Eleventy billion
    & flat crossmember = fig 8 adapter
     
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    So a short stubby 205 output is a SYE?
     
  7. wombat

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    ok, in short is this good or bad? is there a SYE kit for the 205? also will the drive shafts out of my 77 with a 203 work? is there another model T-case that would be better? I am happy that it is not a hydro clutch.. I wanted a manual clutch. I know that the sm465 is supposed to be a decent tranny, is there anything that i need to watch out for with it? Thanks alot guys
     
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    You can't see pictures cause your not a paid member.
     

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