got_chevy2005
I'm looking to add a divorced np205 tcase to my bogger. I'm already running a sm465/np241, so the np205 would be a second tcase. I have a divorced Ford np205 and i wanna make a drop case out of it. So ill need to add another yoke to the back side of the tcase inline with the front output yoke. What do I all need to do this? I know it can be done just want some guidelines on how to do it. And I want to retain 4 high and 4 low in the np205 so I can have multiple gearing in my bogger!
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88k5blazer
Mine is done that way and you basically grind a gear down and flip everything so you take everything from the top to the bottom and you will keep the 4high 4 low but you loose the 2wd
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hillbillyhomework
rockford on here his build thread had some pics
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timbo89
looking to do the same. why would it loose 2wd.
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adamsoffroadperformance
because you have to lock the 2 shafts together. once you tear it apart and understand how it works you'll see why it will no longer have 2wd.
the planetary trucks break pinion shafts occasionally. the 5 ton trucks don't.

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timbo89
So if it was twin sticked it wouldn't be able to have front dig and rear. If it does couldn't you put the front in N and have the rear in low or hi. I have had my 241 apart but do not have a 205 to take apart. I'm not really having a problem with the rear shaft but would like it dropped so i can lower my angles down. My 241 is clocked down 5 to 6 inches already and the case pointed up when i did that
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iniviate
timbo89 wrote:
So if it was twin sticked it wouldn't be able to have front dig and rear. If it does couldn't you put the front in N and have the rear in low or hi. I have had my 241 apart but do not have a 205 to take apart. I'm not really having a problem with the rear shaft but would like it dropped so i can lower my angles down. My 241 is clocked down 5 to 6 inches already and the case pointed up when i did that



but it's a while since i've messed with a 205, but this is what i remember....

In order to get a dropped rear output, you need to use the factory "top" shaft in the "lower" location. (upside down case, or use the shaft out of another case)

The factory input is mated to a gear, eliminating the ability for 2wd.... You could remove the teeth off of that gear and get selectable 2wd, but only low range.
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adamsoffroadperformance
Toby is correct.  And if you do not remove the teeth from the one gear the shafts will spin different speeds than each other and can't be locked together.
the planetary trucks break pinion shafts occasionally. the 5 ton trucks don't.

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superduty01
Can the flip be done to a 208?
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adamsoffroadperformance
no only a 205.
the planetary trucks break pinion shafts occasionally. the 5 ton trucks don't.

stevessuperduty wrote:
the true mud bogging in the good mud will always happen behind the scenes in the woods on private land.



http://www.adamsoffroadperformance.com

http://www.gearharteng.com
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timbo89
In stead of messing with all if that. Ill try to find a np 200
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adamsoffroadperformance
nice part about a 205 is if it breaks the parts are easy and cheap to find. If you break the 200 it's gonna probly be expensive.
the planetary trucks break pinion shafts occasionally. the 5 ton trucks don't.

stevessuperduty wrote:
the true mud bogging in the good mud will always happen behind the scenes in the woods on private land.



http://www.adamsoffroadperformance.com

http://www.gearharteng.com
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TAPPED OUT
you can also flip a divorced 205 case up side down also and have a 4x4 drop case but it will only be
high rage 4x4 only
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hpjunkie83
i also have a divorced 205 y if i turn it up side down would i only have high range 4x4 drive i trying to get more drop with out spending more money the setup i want to use with is a mated 205 then behind it a divorced 205 because i have is laying around already if i could find a np 200 i would use it but when i do find them with in driving distance the 500 plus dollars
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forddigger1
Because when you flip up side down the original yoke goin to the trans will now be goin to the front which will spin 1:1 Even in low but the other 2 in low will spin 2:1 so your front and rearended will be spinning at different speeds but if you run it in high it will all spin the same
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Adam Travis
So what gear is the one you have to grind


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mudforlife
does anyone know if this is possible with a np202?  the 202 is basically identical to a 205 but it has neutral option. im wondering if that would change anything to this procedure
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lthompson7911
Got any pics of the gears to grind
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