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old transfer case

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by quicker, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. quicker

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    that is cool
     
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    Pretty sure it is a divorced NP200 out of a dodge.
     
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    I wanna agree with scott because the ratio is exactly like the 205 which is the progression of the 200, but on the other hand it could be a rockwell 221.
    I can't confirm either way :confused:
     
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    I have seen it rotate on Craig’s list 3 times so I bet its going cheap.

    Looks like a pto plate as well.
     
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    I've never had my hands on an Np200, but it's definatetly NOT a NP202, Np205, or a Rockwell 221.
    Jimbo
     
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    I want to say its a Rockwell case of some kind. IIRC, the old Boyce Equipment catalogs had pics of cases like that one with the parking brake on it. I couldn't even tell you what those came off of, but if I had to guess, I would say the old Jeep Gladiator sized trucks. Maybe the M715's?
     
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    keep looks like one out of a kaiser jeep m715
     
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    I did some research because its killing me and it looks like it’s a np201.
    The link is for the site I found it at.

    http://www.jobrated.com/04_transfer_case_parts.html

    the description for it was

    NP201 1957 to 68 transfer case w100 w200 w300
    Has 10 Bolt PTO Hole




    [​IMG]
     
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    I was going to say it can't be the 201 because it doesn't have the dual rear outputs, then I remembered it's the 200 that has the duals, the 201 is the single rear output.:D
     
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    [FONT=&quot]Casting is IH not a scout but is a 60's IH ,1200 1300 truck

    That was what I was told about the different casting so it is a np201 but the casting was particular to the 60's IH 1200,1300 trucks.

    my source is http://www.jobrated.com

    I e-mailed them and they are a great source[/FONT]
     
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    from the looks of it, don't ask a gear head about it, talk to a paleontologist or museum curator. I think they found one like this fossilized next to a T-Rex.
     

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