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Old 10-14-2004, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone have a pic of div nissan cases

I was thinking about adding a nissan case into my samurai and was looking for pics of divorced cases and this was all I found

http://www.rosetech.net/photos/trooper/xfercase1.jpg

For some reason I remember seeing a pic somewhere of a smaller divorced nissan t case then the one in the pic, I was thinking maybe out of a 720??
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Old 10-14-2004, 11:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That is a 720 case.
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Yup, that's the T100 case alright. It is pretty small and lightweight, and fairly short. However, the front and rear outputs are on the same axis at the bottom and the input is at the top, which means it hangs pretty low unless you have an offset rear diff and/or can clock it somewhat.
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Old 10-15-2004, 06:59 AM   #4 (permalink)
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The Samys do have offset rear diffs, they are offset to the same side as the front. Kinda weird.
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The Samys do have offset rear diffs, they are offset to the same side as the front. Kinda weird.
Seems like that would work well with the Nissan t-case, like XterraGuy mentioned, you could clock it to the side boht the axles drop to. This would give you better ground clearance then if it was vertical.
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Old 10-15-2004, 03:28 PM   #6 (permalink)
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As long as you can figure out new linkage the re-clocking should be no trouble.
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Old 10-19-2004, 05:07 AM   #7 (permalink)
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whats the gear ratio in those cases? is there a divorced case with a centerd rear output/passside front output ? if so id be looking at putting one in my toyota !
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I believe its a little lower than 2:1, but I don't think I have ever found an exact number. They just have the center front and rear outputs, after that they switched to married t-cases.
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whats the gear ratio in those cases? is there a divorced case with a centerd rear output/passside front output ? if so id be looking at putting one in my toyota !
OTT has a kit to make toy divorced, then you can do any gear from 2.28:1 to 5.?:1

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whats the gear ratio in those cases? is there a divorced case with a centerd rear output/passside front output ? if so id be looking at putting one in my toyota !
An NP 205 outta a Dodge will work, so will a Timken 221.
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what years was the 205 in the dodge divorced? a buddy of mine has a dodge and i think its got a 205... will have to call him ! also what was the timken 221 in ? i was kinda hoping for a case with flanges insted of yokes though ( toyota joints take more angle)
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70-75 IH trucks and travelalls used divoced 205's also, during the 60's they used divorced 202's, which is basicly the grandfather of the 205, it is very similar.

I would talk to Jesse at High angle drivelines, he could probably hook you up with a flange that would fit the 205.
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The NP 205 can be found in 71-80 Dodges and 71-90 GMC's. They do come in both divorced and married so each cases is different. The Timken 221 can be found in 60-66 GMC's. Hope that helps.
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cool thanks for the info this helps a ton. and hlb3 no offense to jesse but id rather buy from his dad at paradise driveline he puts out a nicer product !
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the 720 cases are 2.02:1 i believe. I have one divorce mounted in my truck now...works great. All gear driven, nice and strong.
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is your 720 off set or centerd rear output?
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2.07:1 for the T100 actually...
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I was thinking about adding a nissan case into my samurai and was looking for pics of divorced cases and this was all I found

http://www.rosetech.net/photos/trooper/xfercase1.jpg

For some reason I remember seeing a pic somewhere of a smaller divorced nissan t case then the one in the pic, I was thinking maybe out of a 720??
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Yeah, that's from a 720. In fact, I sold him that exact t-case. Did he ever get it on his trooper? It's a solid, gear-driven case.
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