Transfer case stupid question thread

Discussion in 'Transfer Cases' started by Kawikid, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. MDR-97-Z71

    MDR-97-Z71 400 Obsessor

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    Pulling around loaded grain carts lol and yanking out trucks that are past stuck


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  2. 92silvy

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    Hey y'all what are my options for a passenger drop t-case for a GM NV4500? All the threads or articles I can find re about the dodge transmission version. Will any passenger drop from a Chevy/gmc work or do I have to get a adapter or certain year t-case?
     
  3. burnhedge

    burnhedge I'm Awesome

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    32 spline np208, np241, np205. Np241 is kind of rare in pass drop. Np205 will require a different adapter but I think you can get them for around $120 now.

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  4. Farmer90

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    Anybody know if this will work? im trying to source a 32 spline np241 pass side drop for my sas in my 91 chevy and i have a 350 sbc with 5 speed manual. I already have a np241 driver side drop. also have a few other transfer cases (np208) but either they are 27 spline or driver drop..
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  5. DirtyRich

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    So I put a 93 nv3500 in my 95 the sensor towards the front of the transfer case don't match. The electrical connection nor threads and length of the sensor. I believe it's the sensor that tells the front axle actuator to engage. Anyone happen to know if i could get the correct sensor for the mismatched year or would it be better to just throw some kind of toggle or button to tell the actuator to engage.
     

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