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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by big_truxx, Aug 29, 2005.
298? is that new? Whats the gearing like?
you mean convert the stock yolk shaft to fixed yolk also? dont know the terms or if its possible, i just wanted to razz ya
there mr smarty pants
and you can convert a GM NP208 to a fixed rear output using the output shaft from a dodge NP208
I was just wondering if it would use the same drive shaft as the normal NP208 in a blazer
You're gonna have to see if the yokes are the same size, but regardless, the shaft is going to be too short after the conversion, so you'll need it lengthened anyway with a slip added.
the 203 is fixed rear output right?
I had swapped in a stock driveshaft from a 79 k5 into the 81 k5 i had lifted 6" and 35's on... worked a lot better as the shaft itself is 2 piece and all
if you go from slip to fixed yoke you will have to get a driveline that has a slip in it instead of the yoke.
so thats why the front driveshaft is slip cool
just get the shaft from a dodge Ramcharger or truck and mdify it, that whta i did
one like the one i used in my 81 that was from a stock 79 w/ 305/350/203 should work fine.
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