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TBI stuff / CCC stuff / 208 / driveline / etc

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by btolenti, Jul 5, 2006.

  1. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    NP208 from 86 K-5. Worked well in my rig. Was swapped out for a 241 with SYE. Never had any problems with it.

    Extended stock K5 driveline. 208 slip yoke on TC end. Full 1350 u joint on axle end. 31-1/8 center to center on u-joints. Both joints have about 500 miles or so on them....still nice and tight.

    Fully CCC Carb from 86 L code 350 (CA) #17085508. Great condition, only about 1000 miles on this too, will clean it if bought.

    CCC 7-pin distributor. Has about 1000 miles or so on it. In good condition.

    TBI distributor. Seems to be in okay condition

    TBI adapter to mount TBI unit on quadrajet manifold

    Edelbrock 31-1476 EGR adapter. Relocates EGR on quadrajet manifolds.

    Stock TBI cam/lifters. Never ran, came straight off my new crate 350.

    31 gallon tank and sender from 86 K5 (carb)

    Best offer on all this stuff. I really need to get rid if it and would hate to take it to the wrecker. Pics available on request.
     
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    How much on the TBI distributor and what year is it?
     
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    pmed you
     
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    I need a rear drive shaft for my 8''lift, 208/14bff
    Is this drive shaft made for that?
    how many U-jionts does it have? (2 or 3) My last one blew up on a 2200 mile trip at about 1800 miles...it was a 3 u-joint "double cardon" style...not sure if it was better or i need that style again.

    Was there any vibration from the drive shaft using this?

    price shipped to 87114
    Thanks
     
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    The driveshaft was from a K5 with a 6" lift 208/14bff. You would have to measure your's for sure to make sure it would work. This one is a 2 u-joint shaft.....no CV joint.
     
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    31-33'' seems to be what i need. i dont have an old DS, so im just measuring from yoke to output shaft. but it is a 208 slip with a 14bff and 8'' lift
    Let me know
    thanks
     
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    So does that mean you are measuring from the end of the splined output shaft of the transfer case, to the face of the yoke on the axle?
     
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    Its appears to be 31.5'' from the tip of the 208s output shaft splines to the center of where the u-joint center should be on the yoke of the 14bff.

    Its easy to tell where the ujoint is on the axle side, but im not sure on the transfer case side yah know?
    Thanks
     
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    Interesting. I would have thought that you would need a driveline a bit longer than the one I have...not shorter. I'll take some more exact measurements of the shaft tonight and post up....
     
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    I have a transfercase drop that might have made a small inpact on the length that can be removed.
    Also i can move my axle back and forth about 1.5'' with the ORD zero rates, so im flexible

    LMK
     
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    get the measurments?
     

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