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Old 10-22-2009
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Lets play name that tcase..

Im looking for a tcase..


three things im looking for..


1. Divorced
2. Clockable
3. Availability


Ive been looking at Dana 24s and np205...

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doesnt the np205 have better aftermarket support?
 
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yeah it does..i dont need anything fancy inside of it..just something I can separate from the tranny and clock to get better pinion angles..
 
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yeah but if you do decide to take your mall crawler off road you could set it up. idk i just think the 205 because of the support
 
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yeah but if you do decide to take your mall crawler off road you could set it up. idk i just think the 205 because of the support
Imma say this but I know you/other rf people might think different but the truck wont see the dirt again..the amount of detail and paint that is going to go on..its just not worth it..

but like you said the aftermarket stuff is available but think the dana 24 is cheaper but im still looking for anything else..
 
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yeah i can understand the hard work into it and not wanting to mess it up but if you find a cheap np205 i would grab it and not think twice
 
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well of course if i find one for a good price ill jump..

i just dunno about clockablity and junk
 
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what do they run i have no idea
 
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What is in the Samari? It was divorced.
 
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what do they run i have no idea
ebay has them 350+


never thought about Sammi hmmmm
 
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Stak or Atlas.

I know where you could get a 205, but idk how much he wants for it.
 
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Or SCS Gears - HOME if you decide to spend cash.
 
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I dont want to spend that much on a tcase..i wont even be using 4wd much..but need something..so I dont want to spend that much cash...

haha Ive already emailed SCS..ive got a connection there but was still expensive....

find out how much he wants for the 205
 
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D300. real easy to flip and i bet you could make it divorced w/o too much problem.

Or go blingy with an aluminum cased STaK or Atlas
 
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damn i also forgot bout the Dana 300 also..hmmm
 
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would the 300 work? my Scout had one loved it!! but the fwd. out put is on the wrong side.. (passenger)???
 
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would the 300 work? my Scout had one loved it!! but the fwd. out put is on the wrong side.. (passenger)???
im still reasearching it -- but if i can clock it..it might work..
 
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all you have to do to flip them is weld up the drain/fill/vent holes then drill and tap new ones (i think).. hell you could probably just get away with leaving the drain/fill plugs in and getting new ones haha

then you just gotta do cable shifters..
 
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