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Old 11-29-2005, 05:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for photo of Ford 203 transfercase

I've been looking around in the search till my eye's are buggin out.

I wanted to see what the Ford 203 looks like before any modifications are done to it to make it a doubler. Yaknow like just removed from donor rig kinda thing.

I'm narrowing in on some of the last few big items I need yet for my domestic buggy project and this is one of the items I'm searching for - well the search for this really has just begun - the Ford D60 HP and 14 bolt were on the list before the 203 case, I'm happy to say they are now found and off the wanted list.

I figured out what rigs to look for just not sure what it looks like complete.
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Old 11-29-2005, 06:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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[COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]Hendrix Toyota chassis #26 on a '74 Bronco frame, 5.0HO/C6/203/205, F/R steering Rockwells, 16" coilovers 44" TSLs[/COLOR]
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Thanks Nickm, I think this will get me climbing under eehhh too many trucks but what the hell - get out the ole coveralls and boots.

I kinda like hunting for some of this stuff, it's a challange.
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Old 11-29-2005, 06:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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here is what mine came out of
78-79 F150 with a BIG motor
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[COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]Hendrix Toyota chassis #26 on a '74 Bronco frame, 5.0HO/C6/203/205, F/R steering Rockwells, 16" coilovers 44" TSLs[/COLOR]
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Ford 203 ...
I figured out what rigs to look for just not sure what it looks like complete.
Care to share your list?
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I just looked up what SPICER listed for the Ford axle BOM;s, though I'd share...

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1974-75 F100 & F150 603482 (All Full)
1974-75 F250 603479 (All Full)
1974-75 F250 Heavy Duty 603480 (All Full)
1976 F-100 603423 (All FUll)
1976 F150 603690 (All FUll)
1976 F250 603784 (All FUll)
1976.5 F150 603809 (All FUll)
1976-77 F100 & F150 603782 (All Full)
1977 F100 & F150 610025 (All Full)
1977 F250 610040 (Part OR FUll)
1977 F250 610006 (All full)
1977.5 F250 610010 (All full)
1978 F100 & F150 610020 (All Full)
1978.5 F150 610040 (All full) ** see BOM in F250

1976 F-100 603422 (Part OR FUll)
1976.5 F150 603808 (Part Or FUll)
1976.5 F250 603762 (Part Or FUll)
1978 F250 610040 (Part and full) ** BOM same as 78.5 F150
1979 F250 610069 (Part and full)

Broncos
1978 610020 (All full) *same as F150 above
1978.5 610047 (Part and full)
1979 610066 (Part and full)

All Full - All BOM are Full Time T-cases
Part and Full - truck could be either a full time or part time T-case.
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:20 PM   #7 (permalink)
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just look at the stick. should have a pattern of a full time case. Also the case is HUGE. Should be hard to mix up with a 205.
Mine came out of a 79 bronco with an auto. They seem to be mostly with an auto but i can not say for sure it is always that way.
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Mr.N, your list is pretty much on Q with what I've found by searching. Around the 76 - 79 F series trucks and 78-79 Bronco's - all with autos?!? But even then it was an option from what I've read. Just have to do allot of hunting at this juncture

Nigel, the auto from what I've read seems to be the tranny of choice Ford used for the 203. This kinda bums me out as I've past up several Ford auto's with T cases in the past when I was all Toyota. I don't remember what they looked like anymore
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Old 11-30-2005, 07:33 AM   #9 (permalink)
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but an auto does not mean it has a 203. A 79 f250 parts truck i bought had a c-6 w/ 205. They are easier to find in auto broncos and f100-150. Seem to be more common in lighter duty applications.
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Not the strongest case i have herd....?
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