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pic of 203 part-time kit.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Tice, Feb 22, 2003.

  1. Tice

    Tice Registered Member

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    does anyone have a pic of a 203 part time kit after it was installed?.. And also am I correct in assuming that it goes in the rear of the t-case? Thanks
     
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    I put a MM kit in my last 203 and it worked great. Real easy to do, and yes it is in the tail housing. The only real pain is that you have (I think) 16 needle bearings to put back in. That and the rear yoke has to be tighten down really REALLY tight.
     
  3. Tice

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    Thanks, the only reason I ask is I just swapped to a 465/203 from a 350/203 but couldn't use my case. So I tore my old one apart and it (part-time kit) looked different from the new one. Probly cuz it dont have a kit.

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    Thanks, the only reason I ask is I just swapped to a 465/203 from a 350/203 but couldn't use my case. So I tore my old one apart and it (part-time kit) looked different from the new one. Probly cuz it dont have a kit.

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    [/ QUOTE ] I think I'd be looking for a NP-205
     
  5. Tice

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    Thanks, the only reason I ask is I just swapped to a 465/203 from a 350/203 but couldn't use my case. So I tore my old one apart and it (part-time kit) looked different from the new one. Probly cuz it dont have a kit.

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    [/ QUOTE ] I think I'd be looking for a NP-205

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    There isn't anything wrong with the case, I just wanted to make sure what I was looking at was a part-time kit.In fact I don't see why some people knock the 203. I wheel pretty hard and have never had a problem with it. Though I do want a 205 for Doubler /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif
     
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    Thanks, the only reason I ask is I just swapped to a 465/203 from a 350/203 but couldn't use my case. So I tore my old one apart and it (part-time kit) looked different from the new one. Probly cuz it dont have a kit.

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    [/ QUOTE ] I think I'd be looking for a NP-205

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    There isn't anything wrong with the case, I just wanted to make sure what I was looking at was a part-time kit.In fact I don't see why some people knock the 203. I wheel pretty hard and have never had a problem with it. Though I do want a 205 for Doubler /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif


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    I believe Z3pr meant now you should look for a 205 to mate to your 465/203 combo (Doubler)
    I actually had one and sold it because I didn't need it at the time.
    Now I am thinking I wish I didn't. /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif
     
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    hey Tice, look on the main page, one of the guys on here did a good write up on it and there are pics and pretty much everything you need
     
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    Thanks, the only reason I ask is I just swapped to a 465/203 from a 350/203 but couldn't use my case. So I tore my old one apart and it (part-time kit) looked different from the new one. Probly cuz it dont have a kit.

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    [/ QUOTE ] I think I'd be looking for a NP-205

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    There isn't anything wrong with the case, I just wanted to make sure what I was looking at was a part-time kit.In fact I don't see why some people knock the 203. I wheel pretty hard and have never had a problem with it. Though I do want a 205 for Doubler /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif


    [/ QUOTE ] I was talking about a doubler. I also have a 203 in my K5. Now if only I had the money for all my plans, I'd have one badass K5.
     
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    does anyone have a pic of a 203 part time kit after it was installed?.. And also am I correct in assuming that it goes in the rear of the t-case? Thanks

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    Here ya go Tice:

    http://coloradok5.com/milemarkerpt.shtml
     
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    Thanks guys. Didnt think anyone was dissin it, just wanted peolpe to know I like 203's. I looked at the pics Erich. Little bit of differance compared to mine but has the basic overall design. Now I have to put it in my "new" case.

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