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Old 10-11-2016, 08:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Pass. drop transfer case options for the 42re?

Hey guys...

Just looking for what options are out there for a passenger side drop transfercase that will bolt up to the 42re. I know the d300 will work with a clocking ring... are there any others?

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Dodge NP241 from a 87-93 W series truck or Ramcharger. Has the same circular bolt pattern and 23 spline input shaft.
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Thanks bud.

I've already got a disk brake 4.10 d60 rear and a matched d44 with high steer and warn premium hubs sitting in the garage from another project. Really didn't want to find another front axle.

Looks like that case is also a fixed yoke and pretty easy to come by. May have to start the swap earlier then I planned.
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Yup, fixed yoke. I had fixed output flanges to a pair of 1350 CV/1410 driveshafts in the Ramcharger before I wore out the 241 and swapped it for a 205 of the same era. The 205 would be bolt in too although you would need a 23 spline input shaft coupler to link the male trans output to the male transfercase input shafts. You are better off with the lighter weight, lower ratio 241 anyway...I miss the 2.71 low range.

I plan on using the low range planetary from my 241 to build the DD Machine doubler case I have and put it in front of my 205....eventually.
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