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Old 03-01-2010, 10:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Stupid np208 question

Can a np208 be ran divorced?
I have a Suzuki samurai with a 6.5 to 1 tcase and I'm trying to find a way to keep my stock tranny! Most doublers swap in a tracker tranny with tcase mated and front output chopped off then mated to the samurai tcase or I have seen a Volvo tranny fitted in there. The intermediate shaft is like 17 inches I believe.
I have alot of 208s lying around and just was wondering if it could be put to use. The 1 to 1 and then the low 2.6? Would be better than the tracker at 1.8 low. I know it's big and bulky but I can manage with that. I seen the slip yoke elim thread using a dodge case and that would work perfect also making it shorter but how short can someone tell me. A flange driveline at the front and rear would make everything bolt in also if I could get that made up.
If there is a better option like a 203 range box would that be easier to work with or what are all ur opinions on this.
87 chevuki, ls 5.3, th350 dual yotas 38s and tons.
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