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Z-78 (k-5 THAT IS)

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by slodawg, May 2, 2000.

  1. slodawg

    slodawg 1/2 ton status

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    I asked this question earlier but no response, so I quess I'm really stupid or nobody seems to know. Just any response would be helpfull so one more time here goes.I've got a 78 blazer and its got a 350/turbo350/np203. The 203 is worn out and i recently purchased a 85 blazer without motor and tranny but its got a good 208 t-case in it.(85 was burnt up and only had 50,000 or so miles on it)What mods will it take to swap out the 203 for the 208.I like the 203 and my 75 k5 has a rebuilt 203(around here t-cases are like the old ford vs CHEVY arguement{chevy's best}) I plan on rebuilding the 203 just not immediatly and cant go blazerless.I really appreciate any help.
    Thanx, Mark(you wanna follow me in a Z-seventy what!!)Solak
     
  2. Eagle86K5

    Eagle86K5 1/2 ton status

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    Look through the posts, there is a company called Advanced Adapters, they should be able to help...

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  3. 82K5

    82K5 1/2 ton status

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    Last time I was at U-Wrench-It they had 2 Blazers and one of them had the engine and tranny gone and laying right next to it on the ground was the 205 out of it. I remember thinking how weird that was.

    Phil
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