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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by willymonster, Mar 18, 2006.
does anybody know how much the lomax 205 is ?
reg price is $1400-ish.... but NWF has a sale right now, think they are $1100-ish...
wow thats cheaper than i was hopeing for !!!!! who is NWF, do you have their number? also what state are they in ? one of those would be sick for the new truggy
so its around the same total cost for a doubler. that would be sweet to have a 203/lomax 205 doubler! $$$
For that money you get a case and 5 gears, everything else you have to supply or source. All the bearings, shift rails, front output, bearing retainers etc etc.
well does anyone know how much a COMPLETE ready to bolt in and run case goes for ? i saw the ads but they were not to clear on what you get for what price
PM NWF and ask. Cheapest route would be to get a stock 205, a Lomax, some tech articles (I can email them to ya) about the 205, and put it together yourself.
ill give them a call monday i really doubt theres anyone around today if its only a little more for complete it would be worth it to me in time and headaches but i wouldnt mind seeing those tech articles i have a perfeclty good 205 case that i am sick of moving around anyway. if its not to bad maybey i will go that route . i guess it will all boil down to if they want another grand for a complete case . then i guess i would have to get to work
Call NWF, those guys are there 7 days a week although they're prolly just rolling in about now...I know they start a bit later on weekends.
I've talked to Kyle prolly 20 times on the phone and got the answering machine maybe twice. I called once at 6 pm on a Sunday expecting to just leave a message for him and he was there making parts...
The LoMax 205 assembles like any other 205 with the exception of 2 small mods as shown in the pics,in fact it goes together easier because of the large PTO cover.
If you have a GM 205 now you will have everything you need except a rebuild kit with new bearings,etc.There is alot of 205 rebuild info available out there!
You wont find a better price anywhere than the NWF sale this early in the release,I am considering buying another one myself
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