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Old 01-16-2006, 05:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dana 21 T-case?

I am building a 70's Bronco, and have plans to use the T-case out of my 75 F-150. It happens to be a Dana 21. Whats the diff between the Dana 20 and 21? Would the 21 be a good use?

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A dana 21 is a single speed transfercase....ie...no low range.
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bolt the dana 20 from your EB, onto the back of the NP435 that was infront of that dana 21 orriginaly, then you will have decent combo.
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Single speed, figures as small as it is. Thats good to know. I have never used it, and probably now will never, Thanks!

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