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T-CASE DOUBLER?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BLUESMAN, Jul 8, 2002.

  1. BLUESMAN

    BLUESMAN 1/2 ton status

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    Here's my problem.I have an '85 SM465 trans with an NP208 t case and I want to go a double t case.From what I've read there is no kit to match up to an 203 or an 205 case.I have an '78 205 t case(out of an manual) and an 203 case(out of an TH350).What would I need to install the 205 to my trans?What is the cost of the T-Case doubler adapter?How much longer is the doubler cases compared to the NP208 single case?I've done a search,but came up with nil!I need some lower lo-range gears....the 70:1 is'nt doing it!!Thanks guys!!Mike
     
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    To do a doubler on your 465, you need a rare adapter from a 74 truck with a 465/203 setup. This adapter allows you to mate the needed 203, then just pick which 205 you want to go with and you're almost there. Just spend, and install!
     
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    Just spend, and install!

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  5. BLUESMAN

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    Thanks for the site! That's what i was looking for.First I must install the diff lockers and then the doubler.
     

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