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Slip yoke to fixed on 241 t-case question

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by blazen91, Nov 21, 2000.

  1. blazen91

    blazen91 1/2 ton status

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    Is it possible to do this and what parts will I need, as well as where to get them? Are there any pics any where of this? TIA

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    I am in the process of saving up the money to order this kit along with a driveshaft. Can get the kit from JB Conversions. Here is a link to what is included in the kit: http://www.jbconversions.com/pages/np241/index.html
    the last time i check, they wanted $320 for the kit. And then you would have to buy a new drive shaft to go with it. You might want to try Tom Wood's at http://www.4xshaft.com/. I believe he sells these kits along with new driveshafts as a package deal.

    I have also heard of people taking the short shaft out of a NP241 that were offered in some dodge trucks. I am not sure what years that these trucks had a fixed yoke though.

    Hope this helps.

    http://k5junkie.coloradok5.com/
     
  3. drivelineman

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    i can get the kit for 310$ and then you can do a one ton c/v if you want- i make that happen too- it takes around 3 hours to install if you have knowledge on it - just did one on a 1999 chevy it was a 243c but very similar -jess
     
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    K5J, driveline, -Thank you both. I'll be looking into it tomorrow. Late!



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    no problem - good luck- jess
     
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    I checked out the kit at JB Conversions. #1 How much is it? #2 Have any of you installed it, is it diffecult, does the case have to be droped? #3 How will it effect the Blaze as a dailly driver?TIA

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    its 310 from me- i have not personally intalled it-but i heard it takes 3 hours - have a trans shop put it in-it will work nice as a daily driver - especially with the 1350 one ton c/v joint there- the t case can stay where its at- give me a call for any questions i did not cover- jess 530-872-5725
     
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    I'll call you on Monday.

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