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SM465/NP205 combo and other stuff 4 sale

Discussion in 'New England Region' started by rusty_82, Jul 11, 2005.

  1. rusty_82

    rusty_82 Registered Member

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    Selling all my left over blazer bits, heres the list of what i have.

    SM465/NP205 combo (tranny rebuilt last year) w/ hydro bellhousing $400
    Twin sticks for NP205 $75
    350 2 bolt main needs to be rebuilt take it
    350 4 bolt main needs to be rebuilt $40
    Hooker Super Comp Headers (some rock rash) $125
    Warn premium hubs for 10 bolt $50
    Holley 670CFM truck avenger w/Weiland aluminum intake 4k on them $375

    Shipping on everything except on motors and tranny/t-case
    Prices are BRO
    I live in southern NH
    -Stew
     
  2. kutter79

    kutter79 Registered Member

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    hubs

    are the hubs new ? would i need the coversion for my 84? thanks
     
  3. rusty_82

    rusty_82 Registered Member

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    The hubs are used i don't think you need any kind of conversion kit. They were on my 82 for a year.
    -Stew
     
  4. kutter79

    kutter79 Registered Member

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    would you take 50 shippedto 63301? let me know. thanks
     
  5. TruckNutzDude

    TruckNutzDude 1/2 ton status

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    Who made the twin sticks? I'll assume they're for an NP205 attatched to an SM465... I'm interested if they are. ;)
     
  6. rusty_82

    rusty_82 Registered Member

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    i feel like a retard i can't remember who makes them, They advertised on here, i think it was jkw off-road or something like that. I broke the threaded part for the knob on one of them but i will TIG weld it back on so it's no issue. And yes it's for a SM465/NP205 combo.
    -Stew
     

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