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Old 11-09-2006, 04:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1984 Ford Transfer Case

I am about to go look at a 1982-1984 Ford 1/2 ton stepside 4x4 w/ a 400 small block in it stock. What transfer case and axles are under it...typically or where can I find the info?

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I am about to go look at a 1984 Ford 4x4 w/ a 400 small block in it stock. What transfer case and axels are under it...typically or where can I find the info?
I'm pretty sure the 400's last year was '83, but since it has a 400, it is probably an F250.

Either a Dana 44 or Dana 50TTB, Dana 70 (or 61) rear, and either a NP208 or BW1345.
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the ford 400 in not a small block, and as stated above, it is most likely a 208.
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the ford 400 in not a small block, and as stated above, it is most likely a 208.
I'm not going to perpetuate this argument much, but its closer to a small block than a big block. Small block bore spacing being the main factor. The ONLY thing it shares in common with the 385 series is the bell housing bolt pattern. I tend to think of them as a bastard block

As for the question at hand, its probably a 351M. If its an F-150 as stated, it will have a D44 TTB front axle, 8.8" rear axle. It could be either a BW1345 or NP208 transfer case.
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A 351M or 400 is a 335 series, yes, different bellhousing pattern than a 351C on most, and shittier heads and a taller deck, but, still the same family... Last I checked Ford didn't use small block and big block classifications...
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Old 11-09-2006, 05:45 PM   #6 (permalink)
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A little ford motor info for those who care. http://www.answers.com/topic/ford-335-engine

The 400 came with a SB bell pattern for one year in 74!

The pre 84 trucks should still have a 9 inch axle. I believe 84 was when ford started to swith to the 8.8 and the 9 could still be found as late as 86.
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