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Np 203

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by weisers26, May 4, 2006.

  1. weisers26

    weisers26 Registered Member

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    I know I've saw this post before, and I just can't seem to find it, but here it goes... again. Is the NP 203 the t-case with 4 hi-loc, 4 hi, 4 low-loc, and 4 low, and 2 hi? If not, which t-case is it, and how well would it work, strictly as off-road, very limited street use, and with a dana 44 with manual locking hubs?
     
  2. 1979jimmy350

    1979jimmy350 1/2 ton status

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    it sounds like a 203 but the 2 hi part is not right, the rest of the shift pattern points to it being a 203, the best way for you to tell would to be look at the transfer case to identify it, the 203 is a very large cast iron case with front gear box and a rear chain housing
     
  3. blazinzuk

    blazinzuk Buzzbox voodoo Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    a 203 has full time four wheel drive so there is no 2 or 4 it is hi, hi lock, low, and low lock.
    Unless it has been converted to part time and then it will be 2 high(rear wheel drive) 4 high (four wheel drive) 2 low(rear wheel drive) and 4 low(four wheel drive
     
  4. R77K10

    R77K10 Banned

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    if you subtract the 2 hi and add neutral then you got yourslef a 203

    203 is full time 4x4

    IE it has no 2wd, ever, at all
     

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