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NP 241 parts

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by highrlr, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. highrlr

    highrlr 1/2 ton status

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    I am looking for a clocking ring for my NP 241, you guys got anything like that? I was also wondering if its possible to put lower gears in this tcase? Oh and do you guys have tcase rebuild kits?
    Thanks
     
  2. Stephen

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    We don't have a clocking ring at this point but it's something I've considered, one of the few applications where I think it might work OK is on some of the factory applications with lots of spline engagement like a 700/241. Our main focus is obviously on the really heavy duty stuff but I kind of like the 241, the one in my 'burb works pretty nice.

    We do have bearing kits and chain kits for them, I'm at home now but I think they run just over $100 each.
    I think you can get a set of 4:1 gears in the 241 but the general consensus is that you would be taking a decent case and making a grenade out of it. I'd just be happy with the 2.7 gear you've got. I know in my case, with the 4.56's and a TH700, it crawls pretty well. I think that's somewhere in the neighborhood of 38:1 on 35's and we run with a few guys running about 41:1 with 40's and 42's on serious rock buggies. I could even tolerate 4.88's...
     
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    Sounds good Stephen, thanks. Ill give ya a call then when I need the chain and bearing kit.
     
  4. crowley

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    highrlr, theres 241 clock rings on ebay right now for$70. Also you could contact FST at fly-n-hi.com
     
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