wanting doubler how to bolt 203 to 465

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  1. peterpan

    peterpan Registered Member

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    how can i bolt the 203 to my 465 tranny

    the 465 203 seems to be pretty hard to find

    whats the best stongest way
     
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    probably need to find a 80's 465 that had a 208 on it, and put on a 203 from a th400.
     
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    454k30 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    check out ORD's tech page. They get into this subject pretty darn well. The previous post is accurate as well.
     
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    I know where there are two 465/203 combo's, but shipping might be much...
     
  5. peterpan

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    my buddy thinks he has a 465/203 in his storage but he says its been there sence the early 80s and its at the back and on the bottom and i have to dig it out and its mine now just have to scape up the cash for the kit
     
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    I have a 465/203 adaptor coming pretty soon that I would sell. I just bought it from ebay. My original plan was to use a 465, but now I think a nv4500 will be better. I'll post a for sale ad when I'm ready.
     
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    If you haven't already, call and talk to them, they were very helpful when I asked them about this very subject. It's been a while though so, when I actually get the ball rolling on my project, I will need to talk with them again.:D
     
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    I hate to say this on the ORD page but I went with the Northwest fab steel adapter, ord 32 spline 465 output and a th400 203. Everything seems great but I'm still waiting for my HAD shafts to show up before I can run it.
     

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