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THM400/205 combo

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 76zimmer, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. 76zimmer

    76zimmer Flyin Rat Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I got my D60 from the wrecker, and the guy says he'll sell the 400/205 combo for $250. The trans has no reverse, and they are covered in mud, but the truck was workable up to last summer. The D60 looked real good inside, but the kingpins are shot.
    Sound like I should pick this up too?

    In addition to that deal I have a 205 that was hooked to a thm350.
    And a another thm350 that is hooked to a 203, what do I need to do to the 350 from the 203 to mate it to the 205 ?

    Thanks, Zim
     
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  2. snoman87

    snoman87 Registered Member

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    Can't comment on the 400/205 but you will need the TH350/205 adapter to bolt the 205 to your th350, it is different than the 203 or make a 203/205 doubler and bolt it on :)
     
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    pvfjr 1/2 ton status

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    Well the 400 short shaft version 205 is the one you need to do a 32 spline doubler, so I'd grab it. They tend to be hard to find, so if it's the right one then it's a pretty good deal.
     
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    Not quite... it'll be either a ~2.5" or ~4.5" stickout depending on the year. The stock TH400 output for the 203 is 1-3/8" stickout.
     
  5. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    no he means input short shaft. on the tcase. and i have seen just the 400/205 adaptors on ebay for over 300. to reman the 400 with good parts is easy and you will have a beffy drive line. i would tell him my friend just got one for 150 at a local yard. as i just did a few weeks ago.
     
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    Yeah, I'm talking about getting the 205 he needs, not the 400 he needs.
     
  7. 76zimmer

    76zimmer Flyin Rat Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Ok sounds like I should get it while its still available. I can sort out what parts I use when I get to the build.

    Thanks for the guidance.
     
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    Yeah. :o :doah:
     

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