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Old 09-28-2011, 06:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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241 205 doubler

Is there a business that actually makes one?
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Old 09-28-2011, 06:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Call ORD. Prob not on their website yet.
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Old 09-28-2011, 06:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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That would be the poop, I thought I read a bit about them trying it, but couldn't find anything except some "DD Machine" people that may or may not build them.
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Old 09-28-2011, 06:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Heard ORD was making them, havent seen it yet though.
D&D Machine makes a kit.

Also
/forum/motor-tranny-t-case-performance/1000262-under-drive-adapter-kit-231-6-bolt-205-a.html
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Old 09-28-2011, 07:07 PM   #5 (permalink)
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as stated above DD machine.

im gonna make my own... cant be too much harder then making motor plates.

check out these threads... tons of info

/forum/chevy/871556-241-205-doubler.html

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Old 09-28-2011, 07:20 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Heard ORD was making them, havent seen it yet though.
D&D Machine makes a kit.

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http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1000262
oooo i didnt see this one, might have to just go this route instead of building my own, i just like the idea of going out the back of the case with DD's design.

very nice.
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Old 09-28-2011, 07:37 PM   #7 (permalink)
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We do have 241 kits available in 23, 31 and 32 spline for the main transfer case, chromoly steel US made.

We have them available for just about anything with a figure 8 (yes, 205's!) or round pattern on the front. Driver's or passenger side drop. For the 205's our kit is setup to shift out the front and provisions for that are included.

Our kits DO precisely align the case half with the input, something that no one else does

As of now I'd expect lead times to be a couple weeks, after that it should be an every day thing for us. The first couple versions to be available will be the stock rotation figure 8 205 and 2" up rotation figure 8 205, the rest will be available in a couple weeks.

Introductory price is $495 for the 2" up rotation figure 8 205, all others (GM round pattern, Ford 205, 241/231/D300 etc) will be $565. The $565 kits include a clocking ring for the 241 so that the shifter won't remove any critical bolt holes and so that the 241 never becomes the low point in the system.

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The welded on foot is not part of the kit and is up to you to make your own crossmember

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I will definitely be building a 241/205 doubler. is the 2" of upward rotation enough to make the 205 flat? if not how hard would this be to accomplish.
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I will definitely be building a 241/205 doubler. is the 2" of upward rotation enough to make the 205 flat? if not how hard would this be to accomplish.
The 2" up rotation is about half way in between stock and totally flat. The 2" up rotation typically fits under the floor of a full bodied rig, totally flat not so much.

We do have a flat 205 option that's $565, figure 8, round or Ford 205.
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We do have 241 kits available in 23, 31 and 32 spline for the main transfer case, chromoly steel US made.

We have them available for just about anything with a figure 8 (yes, 205's!) or round pattern on the front. Driver's or passenger side drop. For the 205's our kit is setup to shift out the front and provisions for that are included.

Our kits DO precisely align the case half with the input, something that no one else does

As of now I'd expect lead times to be a couple weeks, after that it should be an every day thing for us. The first couple versions to be available will be the stock rotation figure 8 205 and 2" up rotation figure 8 205, the rest will be available in a couple weeks.

Introductory price is $495 for the 2" up rotation figure 8 205, all others (GM round pattern, Ford 205, 241/231/D300 etc) will be $565. The $565 kits include a clocking ring for the 241 so that the shifter won't remove any critical bolt holes and so that the 241 never becomes the low point in the system.

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The welded on foot is not part of the kit and is up to you to make your own crossmember

Wish this would have been around 3 years ago!! Awesome to see you guys stepping up to the plate with this one
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The 2" up rotation is about half way in between stock and totally flat. The 2" up rotation typically fits under the floor of a full bodied rig, totally flat not so much.

We do have a flat 205 option that's $565, figure 8, round or Ford 205.
awsome. there is not much full bodied about my rig anymore so that will be the route i end up going once i get my rig dialed in. thanks
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to the guys at ORD:

how long is the whole setup compared to your 203/205 doubler? what tranny options can it fit behind?
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how long is the whole setup compared to your 203/205 doubler? what tranny options can it fit behind?
1 1/2" shorter than a 203/205, it can fit behind just about any trans that ever used a round pattern t-case.
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Shoot me a PM on a price for a drivers drop chevy 241 to a passenger drop chevy fig 8 205. I also need a shaft and bearing cause my 205 is a 27 spline unless you can work that another way.
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Old 09-29-2011, 07:46 PM   #17 (permalink)
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We are producing our Infinitely Clockable steel NP 231 and NP241 kits in 31 and 32 Spline versions and are actively taking orders. Like all of our adapters, the kit can be welded together in ANY orientation your application requires, even 180 degrees if need be.
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Shoot me a PM on a price for a drivers drop chevy 241 to a passenger drop chevy fig 8 205. I also need a shaft and bearing cause my 205 is a 27 spline unless you can work that another way.
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Any options for a 208 to a 205?
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Any options for a 208 to a 205?
Nope, haven't seen a whole lot of demand for it. Plus the 241 is stronger and at least as easy to find.
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Wow, this looks familiar.
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whats the whole kit include. i have a 241 and a 205 waiting for this.
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whats the whole kit include. i have a 241 and a 205 waiting for this.
Our 241 kit looks nearly identical to the 231 kit we posted above. All of the components are the same except the main plate. The figure 8 version includes seals and gaskets for the input and figure 8 pattern all for $550 shipped to your door. There is no need to cut and weld pockets in for shift rails and the weld up design allows for infinite clockability. For additional options we can supply a clocking/ flip ring for your 241 if there is a need.

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whats the whole kit include. i have a 241 and a 205 waiting for this.
Our kit is the plate to cover the back of the 241, the plates to patch up the side where the front output portion is cut off, a pocket for the shift rail and the chromoly shaft that couples the 241 to the 205 (or whatever t-case you're using) along with some hardware etc. Some kits also include a clocking ring to make sure the 241 is never the lowest point in the system.

We don't do the flanged adapter deal in the interest of keeping the reduction box as short as possible. Plus you're already welding the fill plates so welding a little bit more for the shifter cut out is no big deal.

Ours also precisely aligns the two cases and is shipped to you true and ready to bolt together, no machine work necessary on your part, things that no one else does. Our kits include clocking options (from stock to flat and some in between) as well that depend on which kit you're looking for.
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when will the doubler be on ord's web site ?
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