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np 241

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by wheelieking71, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. wheelieking71

    wheelieking71 Registered Member

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    anyone know of a good place to buy a re-man np 241? i cant find one used. i need a passenger front output, 32 spline input 241 (mech. or electric speedo doesnt matter). ive called a few shops locally, but struck out. ive also called a few adds from the back of the mags, but the going rate seems to be around $750. thats just nuts. does anyone know if a dodge 241 could be swapped over to run a chevy input? the cases look the same. all i know for sure is that i keep strikeing out on a t-case for my project and im gettin impatient.
    thanks guys,
    Bill
     
  2. tRustyK5

    tRustyK5 Big meanie Staff Member Super Moderator GMOTM Winner Author

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    The input gears are ridiculously easy to change, and they should be easy enough to still get from GM...or you could use your old one.

    Try looking for a 241 with a 27 spline input (700R-4 application) They are way more common. Then swap input gears and you should be good to go.

    Rene
     
  3. wheelieking71

    wheelieking71 Registered Member

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    ya Rene, ive been doing just that. i just cand find a pass front out 241c period. i would even buy a bad one if the case was good. bye the way, im not replaceing one so i dont already have one. i was gonna go with a 205, but finding a 32 spline 205 is almost as much fun as the 241. i had a 27 spline 205 but didnt feel like messing with machining the case to switch to 32, and couldnt find a 205/400 adapter. so i sold that case. then i found a 205/400 adapter (go figure) bought the adapter anyway cause it was a good deal. now ive decided that i like the low range, and weight of the 241 better, not to mention they are MUCH easier to work on than a 205. i have a 208/400 adapter which im told is the same as a 241/400 adapter. all i need is a stinkin t-case and i have all the parts to do my lwb 2x4 to swb 4x4 conversion. (less driveshafts of course, but those will have to be custom because im not going with a standard wheelbase) im just never in the right place at the right time /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif
     

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