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Stephen...Doubler Questions

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by zakk, Nov 5, 2001.

  1. zakk

    zakk 1/2 ton status

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    ok, quick background: my th350 and 203 are both busted after an arial show. I have a 465/205 combo and a replacement th350/203 combo. can i use the 205 off the 465 for a doubler? or do i need another 205 off a th350? i am hoping to sell the 465 to a friend & i have no desire to run the 4 spd.

    -Zakk
    '77 K5 SB 400 TH350 NP203 p/t 6" Lift D60 14BFF 4.10's 36"Wrangler II's

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    For the current "Gen II" doubler (shorter than the Gen I), you need a 205 off of a TH400 with the 32 spline female input. The 205 behind a 465 is the weakest of the breed (input wise) and the 205 behind the TH350 has the 27 spline input shaft.

    Stephen (*sorry, originally said Steve*) does sell kits to convert the input shaft but that can require some machining depending on the model. All this info is available on the ORD site. Do some looking around there to find this and much more...

    Russ

    85 K30 CUCV, 350 TBI, TH400, 205, D60/C14, 4.56 Locked
    Some day: 4" lift, 44" tires, massive cutting, shorter wb and rear overhang.<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by BadDog on 11/05/01 06:50 PM.</FONT></P>
     
  3. Stephen

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    You can use the 205 you have from behind the manual, but it will require $250-$300 worth of new parts to make it work. The details are lined out fairly clearly on the site in the Doubler section, and in the "205 tech info" page accessed directly from our home page.
    Really, modifying the 205 is the best route for most guys, the TH400 version 205 is hard to come by and you'll have to pay a higher price for it, usually.


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    do you sell 205's ready to run? I have seen the total bolt-in kit, but if i need a 205 modified + adapter + shifters etc. would it be better to just get your kit? i can fabricate about as well as i can diet [​IMG]

    -Zakk
    '77 K5 SB 400 TH350 NP203 p/t 6" Lift D60 14BFF 4.10's 36"Wrangler II's

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  5. Stephen

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    We do sell complete 205's, they're $850, they're totally rebuilt, your choice of front output shafts, some choice of yokes. Standard arrangement is a 30 spline front output with a flange and a 1350 yoke on the rear output. There is a $20 packaging fee for shipping the case, it basically covers the extra materials to make sure it makes the trip through UPS.
    With the Doubler kit, the shifter kit and the complete 205, you're ready to bolt it all up.

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