Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by RGF, Nov 26, 2001.
Heres some pictures, hope they work!
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Looks awesome dude!! Is that a Ford 205?
Pic of my truck Before N' After
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Great pics! Are you installing this for a SFA project?
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That looks like a F@rd 205.
Are you running a high pinion F@rd front end too?
Did you get the rebuild kits for the t-cases?
And what was the total cost?
I am looking at getting the GM203 to F@rd 205 doubler and both rebuild kits. I need to know how much to save up.
Make sure to take good pics of the cross members when you get that set up in the rig (so I don't have to think as much, heheh).
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Thanks for the clicky Friz, someday I gotta fiquire out how to do that!
Hey thanks Boss, yes its the Ford 205 with the 32spline front output shaft.The photo shows it with the big 1350 yokes on it but plan on using 1410 in the rear and probably the hi-angle 1350 CV in the front if I have to much angle for a nonCV set-up.
Max, going to be using the HP Ford 60 and will take some pics of all that stuff later, I dont think that the crossmembers will be that much of a big deal to fab up.
I didnt need to buy the complete transfer overhaul kits, just seals/gaskets.I would wait until you get them apart before getting to excited, I yard drove the truck that the 203 came out and it worked great, 79 3/4 with low mileage and a bad rust problem.Same deal with the 205 low mileage Bronco/rust,so it pays to start with some good cores!
Very helpful pics!!
I need to ask about one more pic of the 400 tranny. The one that works on the "round bolt pattern" 205 t-cases. The '85 and newer 400/205 set up. Do you have any to take pics of on that? And how long are the shafts on that set up, too?
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I have never come across any of the round pattern 400/205s but would like to have one to see what options you could have for swaps.
I did see on the ORD site that the shaft stick-out was 2 1/2" for the long input gear 205.
Sorry I couldnt help.
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