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NP241 same bolt up as a NP208?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TanMan, Mar 7, 2002.

  1. TanMan

    TanMan Registered Member

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    Can anyone tell me if I want to swap in a NP241 in place of a NP208, if the bolt up is the same or not to a TH700R4? Is there any difference in the transmission to tranfercase adapter?
     
  2. Sparky87k5

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    Same bolt pattern assuming you get the same input spline count for whatever transmission you have. Watch for 241 version with mechanical speedometer hookup, later ones were for electronic hookups.
     
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    wayne 3/4 ton status

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    I think 89 was the only year for the 241 with a machinacal speedo.
     
  4. chevotaman

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    1988-1993 np241c

    Hello tanman,During 1988- 1993 the NP241C has a circular 6 bolt pattern and you will need an adapter for the 700R4 tranny.So if i were you i would look for a pre 88 model but beware because GM made both a right and left hand drop with mechanical speedo.I have a NV3500/241C out of a 1991 K1500 and i am trying to put it in a 1982 toyota 4x4.The NP241 i have is a left hand drop and i need a right hand drop T/C whether i can find a right hand drop 241C case or find an adapter for the NV3500.The engine is a built 383 with around 500 HP so i have to be careful as well.The only GM fullsize i have found thus far with a NP241C right hand drop is the 1989 surburban.If you have any ideas holler at me at my gmail.I hope i shed some light on your issue .chevotaman at coopercraig62@gmail.com
     
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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Holy hell old thread batman. :eek1: I would certainly hope that 10 1/2 years later he found the answer to his question.
     
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    Stomis Professional Amateur Premium Member

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    There needs to be mod approval to necro a thread after say a couple years or so...

    :doah:
     
  7. wasted wages

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    hey he's a nOOb with two posts.... give him a break......:haha:
     
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    Necro-tastic. But, you can also get mechanical speedo 241 out of an 89 blazer
     
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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Yep, and I have all of the required pieces to convert a vss 241 to a mechanical speedo since I went from mechanical to vss. :D
     
  10. chevotaman

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    Hey yall, I th0ught the date on his post said 2012,not 2002.My bad.I am new here and i am trying to find my way around the site.By the way,the only 241C T/C i found" by locater" with a right hand drop for my chevota is in houston for $360 plus shipping.I think I will keep looking.Later,chevotaman.
     
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    what are you looking to do with this transfer case? SYE kit?
     

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