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Slip yoke for 208

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 87GMC, Feb 24, 2002.

  1. 87GMC

    87GMC 1/2 ton status

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    Does anyone know of a slipyoke eliminator for the 208.
     
  2. Sparky87k5

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    Do a search on this subject. Lots has been discussed but as of yet, nobody builds one. Your best bet is to build your own using a Dodge 208 output shaft and rear housing.

    87 K5, 427/340hp BBC,4.56 D60 & 14BFF, NV4500, NP208, TSM rear disc's,
     
  3. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    i built my own , and i have parts for another ...check out my pics page.

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  4. 87GMC

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    How hard was this and what parts do I need?
     
  5. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    it isnt too hard , its just time consuming . ok , parts . you will need a complete &lt; to make it simple and to be surre it isnt missing anything needed&gt; dodge 208 case and a good chevy case . take the cases apart and u either need to have a machine shop make u a small alum bushing to be welded to the dodge case ,or make your own . i used an old busted chevy case as a pattern or jig if u will to position the bushing in place and tig it to the case . then u just strip the dodge mainshaft bare put all its parts aside and install all your chevy parts . then reasseble the whole thing . any other questions feel free to ask , i know im not very good at describing how i did it . check out my pics page if u havent . - K10Andy

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    You could probably start a new career making these bad boys. I would buy one right now if I could. Heck I can't even find a 241 case to buy and then pay for the fixed yoke kit [​IMG]

    -Mikey
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  7. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    you dont have 100 $ ? doh ....thats all id charge ya ....

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  8. 87GMC

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    Thank for the info. I'll search for the parts. What years did dodge use the 208? $100 sound's fine, I'll let you know when I find the parts.
     
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    thats including parts yo :) where u located ?

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  10. CaptCrunch

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    sent ya a pm!

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    Hey Andy.....how many of these you got? I am due for a t-case rebuild. Might as well elim the slip.
     
  12. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    i have parts to do one more , send me a pm if ya wan more info - Andy

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    Hey Andy, thanks for the help, sounds like the one you have is claimed. I have to find my own. What years did Dodge use the 208? Do I only need the rear half of the a case and the output shaft? Where does the bushing go? Almost sounds to easy!
     
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    sorry man i have no idea what year dodge used the 208 .....look at my pics page i put a new pic up there hopefully itll xplin what it is and where it goes . well u need the rear half , the shaft and the tailhousing . iwill try to post another pic on my page . - Andy

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