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Mating this 205 to a TH400

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mtnman210, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. mtnman210

    mtnman210 1/2 ton status

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    I got this 205 and plan on putting it behind a th400. is this a direct bolt in or are these not the correct shafts for that application.

    The input is 28spline and the output shaft 32spline( I hope those are the right names)

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    28 spline
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    32spline
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  2. NorthWestFab

    NorthWestFab 1/2 ton status

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    The input on the 205 will be 27 spline TH350 type, you will need the correct adaptor and input gear for the NP205, as well as having the case bored out for the larger bearing. You can get it to work, but it isnt anywhere near as simple as bolting the two together.

    Basic rundown of what you might expect to pay:

    New input gear and bearing: $149
    Having your case bored out ~$50 to be fly cut at the local machine shop
    + your time to dis assemble and re-assemble pre and post machining.
    Adaptor to mate TH400 to NP205, if you can find used expect 100-150, new is about $300.
     

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