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I had the Warn O/D in a CJ5. It had a T-90 when I'd bought it and I blew that up in no time. Had to drive from 75 miles north of Baltimore to 20 miles south of DC with just 3rd gear. I'd broken the 1st & 2nd gear shaft pulling out of one of the toll booths. So I picked up a Muncie M22 4 speed.Now we have 2.72 gear splitters.
We test our case inside of my brother's rig, It's a 69' Jeepster commando with a 5.2 magnum and 46re. This setup works very well but the centerline isn't the issue, it's more of a length problem so this jeep has a 2 piece front driveshaft, no issues and works very well.
while you got an open line, maybe ask when/if that 205 is still in the works, plz. i asked on a FB post on their page but it got no attention.Got an email back from Midnight Metal. They're using the D300 case with a 46RE.
So pretty much answers that question.
Be interesting to see what's in that giant chunk of casting sitting up above the front output.Frogfab says, it's always in stock.
tranny adapters off, oils drained (do have evidence of some water being in there, not much)
this is the Ford NP205, driver drop, 6 bolt round adapter pattern. a couple pics front and back, the speedo hole is in the topside of the tail housing (gear driven) and the breather is on top.
output spread was reported to be 9.5" and is confirmed. front output yoke center to rear output yoke center lengthwise is 16" and it weighs in at 138#.
next is to tear it down. so far everything has come free easily no signs of heavy corrosion or problems getting things loose so far, even the pinion nuts broke loose without any pain.
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Even if it does cut into the case, you might be able to fab up some sort of cover plate, kinda like shaving a 14b axle.it has mounting bolt holes that run fairly deep and do not appear to penetrate the case. by this evidence i'm hoping some of that is able to be cut away.
it does have a small cover plate on the bottom side, maybe 7x4. i was thinkin about remaking that in aluminum if i use either case. right now it's double the weight of what a NP231J is.Even if it does cut into the case, you might be able to fab up some sort of cover plate, kinda like shaving a 14b axle.
We think it will be a couple more months until we are ready to release the 205 version.
can't find a concrete answer to that.What is the overall length or the FrogFab & a 205?
can't find a concrete answer to that.
i can measure the input face to the rear yoke today. add about 3/8" for the adapter plate, then we'd just need to add the length of the front 1/2 of the 231. which i can try and get later today.
also want to figure out what the difference might be with that 6.125" ecobox vs the 231 1/2..
the Frog fab kit is 720$ CAN. the exchange is 1 to 1.2, this takes the cost up 860$ ish US. so that brings the eco box to within reason.
the 231J front half is 6 7/8", the block off plate is 1/2", and the clocking ring is 1/2", total length of 7 7/8"
much betterer. guess i cyphered that together wrong. thanx for fixin me.And you're using your conversion rate backwards. $1 US = $1.20 Can so a $750 part in Canada is $592 in US.
diggin around for info today and find this. (same case)
I knew I was planning on running a doubler setup in this rig (more on that in a later post). I wanted an economical, and robust transfer case for the rear that could be twin sticked. There really are only two options when it comes to this, either the D300, or NP205. The D300, while available...midwestnomads.com
After having a D&D Doubler in The Lone Ranger, I knew that I wanted another crawl box in this build. Especially since I intend to run a manual in this rig. After nearly getting burned on Behemoth Drive Train on another project (thankfully I got my money back out of that deal) I started looking...midwestnomads.com