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Old 10-06-2008, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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LT1 2wd 4l60e, to a NP205

I have purchased another LT1. Instead of putting a TH400 behind it this time, I am looking to keep the 4l60e behind it. Reason for this is because the transmission is narrow allowing better clearance for my front drive shaft. For the TC I plan on running a NP205 out of ford. Was going to make it simple and just run a divorced TC but I need it to be short as possiable so that my rear drive shaft isnt 10" long anymore.

Problems I have run into so far. The VSS might have to be moved and not sure on where to relocate it or if I can reprogram the computer to not need it.

Also the spline count from the 4l60e to the ford np205 is differnt.

Trying to keep this cheap. Will post up pictures later.
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I would suggest the th350, shorter by 2 inches, adaptable, by searching out what patooye has done with his ford np205.

1993 np205s came with the VSS from the factory.
AA has a spud shaft for 27 spline to 31 spline, info from patooye...
hope this helps.
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