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Old 02-21-2006, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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205 tcase

I have heard of a lot of guys putin in a sm465 and a chevy 205 tcase is this posable with stock axles or do you have to change the rear. I have a stock 9/73 fj 40
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It is possible, but probably not a good idea for you.

why do you want to do this?
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Old 02-21-2006, 07:32 PM   #3 (permalink)
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My last cruiser had this setup, 350, SM465 and a NP205 case. I ran a later model runner V-6 rear, stock TLC front. If I was to do it again I would probably run a Dana 60 in the front and rear. Sorry no digital pics.
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the reason i was thinking is I am on a colledge budget and have a nice 305 and can get my hands on a 465 and 205 from a buddy. I would like my cruiser to be more reliable it has a apring over with 35 got room for even bigger but other wise it is stock motor tranny and case
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do they offer english 101 at that colledge?!
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Use it then


Sell the stock motor/tranny for enough to get an adapter and a Tcase saver. Call it good.
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Many people run a 465/205 combo in Cruisers with stock axles. One trick is to flip the rear housing around on its axis so that the diff is now on the driver’s side; effectively the "front" of the axle housing now becomes the "rear". If you examine your third member you will notice that the pinion is to the right of the third member housing, not centered in the housing. Thus, by flipping the axle housing around this moves the pinion much closer to the center of the axle. Yes, the driveshaft runs at a slight angle, but it does not create a problem if your pinion flanges are parallel. This also assumes that you do not have an extreme lift or very short driveshaft that would exacerbate the driveshaft angles.

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i was going to run it with my sm465 10 spline but there is a stock adapter that is sometimes rare to find but do-able that mates the sm465 to the new process 205.not sure if the sm465 mates up to the 205 without a an adapter if it is the one with more splines.(23?)

a ford bronco axle from the years 66-77 is the same width of fj60 axle, which is 3 inches or so wider then the fj40 and probably un-noticable with larger tires.... the 205 is indestructible and weighs around 204.4 tons, fabbing mounts for it would be a pain and the driveshafts would be expensive.alot of people that run 205s try to clock them because they hang low because there huge......just tryin to help, good luck
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I ran a TH350/NP205 on my cruiser with the stock axle for two trips. After the second trip the dshaft was trashed. I had to mount the engine/tranny/tcase in the frame at an angle (left to right) so that the output of the NP205 pointed more at the pinion. From what I understand, unless you get an aftermarket adapter ($$$), the stock adapter from the 465 to the 205 is pretty darn long, making it almost as long as my 350/205 combo. I wouldn't advise doing it. If you're going to run a 205, consider you're rear axle options. There's several options which can be used and really aren't that expensive. For example, I picked up an Isuzu Rodeo dana 44 from a junkyard for $150. It's about the right width, plenty strong, and even has disk brakes w/ ebrake. Another option would be to get a toy pickup rear axle, which I think is a little wider, but can be had on the cheap also.
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