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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Depdog, Jan 3, 2003.
Title says it all. I am looking for some pics and or better information on this setup.
Thats all I can find.
Yep, seen the Ford stuff, I want to see it on a racetrack pattern NP205, are you doing a doubler on yours? Drop me an email.
Didn't Cole at 4 wheel and offroad run one? Pretty sure he did. If you don't have his email, I may still have it. Surely your got your old issues don't you? /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
GM New Process 205 Transfer Case
1971-1979 GM NP205
These cases used an 8 bolt, sort of oval bolt pattern. These units require a ¾ inch thick (intended for use with the mounting foot, ¼ inch thick) adapter plate to interface with the Klune-V Extreme Underdrive.
Input Spline: We have run into three different input spline configurations on these cases.
The units supplied with a 4 speed typically had a 10 spline male input shaft. Crawler output shafts are available to mate to the 10 spline cases. The units supplied with a T350 automatic have a 27 spline male input shaft. In order to couple the 27 spline units to a Klune-V Extreme Underdrive, it is necessary to replace the input gear with a 10 spline male or 32 spline female. This gear is available through us. Note: The 32 spline is stronger than the 10 spline input.
The units supplied with a T400 Automatic have a 32 spline female input. This gear is directly compatible with the Klune-V Extreme Underdrive, which can be supplied with a 32 spline output shaft.
1980 and Later GM NP205
This unit uses the same 6 bolt circular pattern, with a Chevy clocking of the pattern. It is a direct bolt up to the Klune-V Extreme Underdrive. A spacing of 1" is required in order to clear shift mechanism movement. This spacing is obtained by use of a 3/4" spacer in conjunction with the ¼ inch thick mounting foot. These parts have a clearance notch machined into them to clear the shift rail.
These units are customarily supplied with a female 32 spline input. A 32 spline output shaft in the Klune-V Extreme Underdrive is provided for this application.
Yep, read all that several times. I am looking for someone that has done it and can talk about the problems or lack of in putting it in.
the only problems I have seen are the ridiculous $$ ($500usd each) they were asking for the 2 adapters that were required.
by the wording of the website this may have changed.
I sent Greg at Klune an email. I have a 2wd sm465 sitting here at the house. I am currently running the 4wd sm465 and np 205 combo. Here is what he replied.
Klune Between 70s SM645 and NP205 $2,312.87
1 Adapter: SM465 to Klune $367.87 $367.87
1 Klune-V Extreme Underdrive (David or Goliath) $1,695.00 $1,695.00
1 Mating kit: Early GM 205 (8 bolt "racetrack" pattern)
did price get cut off the fig8 mounting kit?
still looks to be a bunch more then a doubler.
is there a 35spline 2wdr 465 version Klunev that makes it more attractive for you? or just the 2.7 vs 2.0 reduction?
Dunno, that is a direct cut and paste from my email. The price on the Klune has dropped as well, used to be a little over 2 grand.
I bet you don't need to buy any of those adapters if you have these three pieces:
So the top one, is that a sm465 to NP208 adapter, the middle is a new style np205 (round pattern) dont have a clue as to what the bottom one is.
32 spline output shaft for a 465! Ask me how I know! It all works fine! And to tell you the truth, it's stronger and easy to do, and a lot cheaper! Hook up a 203 and yo're good to go! DOUBLER! /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
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