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What kind of t-case is this? *ebay*

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by divorced, Jun 4, 2005.

  1. divorced

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    I could be wrong but it looks like a dodge divorced 205.
     
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    I have a dodge divorced 205 that looks quite a bit different. Are the older models different?
     
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    Nope, thats not a 205. Something different.
     
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    It's no 205 but it is definetly in the N.P. 2XX family of cases.
    I am purly guessing here but I have always thought that style case was the 202 series. I have no proof to back that up though .....
    Tom

    P.S. I believe just like the NP 200 that certain parts will interchange with the 205's in that case.
     
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    I have one of these divorced dodge cases and just asked a question about it actually. I've done some research lately and here's what I've gathered so far.

    NP200 (Dodge Divorced) has a parking drum brake on the rear output. very distinct.

    NP205 (Dodge, 60's style.) is much larger than the "regular" 205. heavier as well. comes with the 1410 yokes. this is the one I have.

    NP205 (Dodge 70's style) resembles the newer 205 -- being smaller and a bit lighter, but still heavy!. 1350 yokes.

    correct me if i'm wrong, but i feel pretty informed on this!
     
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    That bulged rear cover is very NP200... and its not an NP202.

    I just can't see the shifter area of the ebay one - that would help. I guess there's a possibility of it being an NP201 also.
     
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    So did the NP-200's come in offset output and center output versions ?
    How can a 202 be identified ? I am all confused now...........
    Thanks , Tom
     
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    I believe the offset rear output is used in early Powerwagons. Center output is normally IH.

    The 202 has the shifter rails together, stacked, close to the input. The 200 has them spread apart - one near the input, one near the front output.

    Just found this thread with what is believed to be a 201... and its a dead-wringer for that ebay item.

    http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=201613
     
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    Yep, looks identical. Thanks for the link.
     
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    Ahhhh, got it now .... Thanks !
    u2slow - You are the "Charley Daniels" of 4x4 knowledge !
    Tom
     
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    I had a couple of np200's from m715's (military version fullsize jeep truck), they also have parking brakes on the rear output.
    I think they are the same 200's that came in the M37's.
     

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