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Old 05-30-2003, 07:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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203-205 doubler kits

203-205 doubler kits, very nice units, very accurate, strong as any other, just a lot cheaper!

$450 for the shaft and the adapter
plus a donor shaft, or a $50 core charge
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Now I just need an adapter to go from the 425 to the 203! Hint hint!

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Nice!!!!!!


BLing Bling.

To the top!!!!!!
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Or how about an inexpensive 203 to dana 300 adapter?
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Looks great!! - I'll be getting one when I order my beadlocks and hydro steer stuff (as soon as Travis delivers my axles and I can take the measurements).
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Nice looking set up. Did you get my e-mail about the bearings?
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Thanks for taking the time to talk to me. I'll be looking for a 203 this weekend I guess

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Is this for a Ford 203/205 (31 spline), or chevy?

(Need a ford)
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Or how about an inexpensive 203 to dana 300 adapter?
If their is enough demand for it I bet can get one done.
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Nice looking set up. Did you get my e-mail about the bearings?
I can't recall the message?!?!

try sending it to me again if you have it.

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Is this for a Ford 203/205 (31 spline), or chevy?

(Need a ford)
this is for a ford or chevy kit.
they are the same price

they have more experiance with the fords.

but yet quite a bit with the th350 kits.
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Looks great!! - I'll be getting one when I order my beadlocks and hydro steer stuff (as soon as Travis delivers my axles and I can take the measurements).
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chris you have been one of my best customers, thanks for the buisness!!
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I can't recall the message?!?!

try sending it to me again if you have it.

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Very Nice!
Does the adaptor clock to the 205 flat? Or is it in the factory position???
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Or how about an inexpensive 203 to dana 300 adapter?
ditto. I'd like one of these also. a nice short one. a 203 low range box to a D300 would be a sweet setup !

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Now I just need an adapter to go from the 425 to the 203! Hint hint!

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I assume he meant 435.

I'll second that though!! Come Awn! Where's the love?
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Are you all talking about the ford NP435? if so the ford 203 and 205 share the same bolt pattern and splines i belive.
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Are you all talking about the ford NP435? if so the ford 203 and 205 share the same bolt pattern and splines i belive.
correct, but people want a short 1-3" adapter to replace the 8" stock one for bronco's and jeeps...
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Does the adaptor clock to the 205 flat? Or is it in the factory position???
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the adapter is two pieces that are welded, we can clock to what ever you want or you can play with the positioning and weld it yourself. the two pieces fit inside one another so it is very simple to weld them up.
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ditto. I'd like one of these also. a nice short one. a 203 low range box to a D300 would be a sweet setup !

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I will have to start thinking about getting one of these done!!
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correct, but people want a short 1-3" adapter to replace the 8" stock one for bronco's and jeeps...
Exactly!!! NO reason to have an 8" adapter when if SOMEBODY (hint hint) could make a short adapter and cut/respline the output shaft?
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Oh soo whats keeping you all from making something? its not that hard to weld up.
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Oh soo whats keeping you all from making something? its not that hard to weld up.
I've been looking into producing one, but it looks like the output from the tranny necks down behind the splines, so I may have to use a lower splinecount input gear to make it work...I'll figureit out and make one work though...
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what about using a 2wd fixed yoke main shaft? should be long enough and big enough to cut down and respline
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