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Old 08-14-2011, 06:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Under drive adapter kit, 231 to 6 bolt / 205

Roughly 50% of our Infinitely Clockable Adapter kits are custom applications. We have had multiple requests for under drive adapters for various t-cases, with this one being the most popular. This kit is intended to mount your NP231 case half to a round bolt pattern NP205. Additionally this kit can be used to mate most of the aluminum t-cases to the 231 providing you have the correct input spline count. We currently have output shafts for 31 and 32 spline(31's due back from heat treat this coming week). The adapter provides clearance for the shift rails of the 205, allowing you to utilize the t-case in it's stock form. Just like all of our adapter kits, this setup can be welded up in any configuration your application requires making it "Infinitely Clockable". Length varies by application with the version providing clearance for both shift rails coming in at 11" from the face of the 231 to the rear face. A mounting foot is included to aid in the fabrication of a crossmember. The adapters can be shortened if you only require clearance for the inside shift rail or you are using an aluminum case. Shaft shiming components are included to take out any of the hassel/guesswork. Just contact us with your application. Typical turn around time currently is 5 business days. Thanks for the interest, hit us up with any questions. Price on the kit is $550 shipped to your door in the USA.
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Do you have something like this for a 241??? If not, wanna make one? This looks like a good option vs. a 203/205 to me.
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Do you have something like this for a 241??? If not, wanna make one? This looks like a good option vs. a 203/205 to me.
Beat you to it. That was my question too. Its in the works.
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Sweet! I'll proceed w/the planning!
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Old 08-21-2011, 03:20 PM   #7 (permalink)
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241 Adapter kit

I've been picking away at the 241 for the past couple day sorting out the DSD vs PSD difference. I am going to focus on the DSD 241 case for now but my goal is to make a kit that will work for either case. I will keep everyone posted.
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Old 08-29-2011, 04:25 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Sorry for the delayed responses guys. We took a direct hit with hurricane Irene. I'm being told it will be another 7-10 days before we get power back. I spent 4 hours yesterday cutting up trees just so we could get access to the property. Unfortunately the generator is really only good for lights in the shop, production is at a stand still.

On the upside, all open orders have been shipped. I am hoping to respond to all pending questions/invoicing in the next day or two providing internet service stays up longer than 20 minutes at a time. Once again, sorry for the delay, we haven't forgotten anyone.
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Have a couple kits left in stock, let us know what you're after.
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NP241 version available

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Do you have something like this for a 241??? If not, wanna make one? This looks like a good option vs. a 203/205 to me.
We are ready to move forward on a 241 splined version, same price similar design. Let us know what you're looking for.
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Any pictures of a 241 kit? I know its practically the same thing but...i just like pictures

I will be ready for a drivers drop 241 to ford 205 here in a couple weeks. Do you have them ready to ship or are you a few weeks out?
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Don't have the 241 kit on the shelf right now, but we can turn them around in 5 business days when needed worst case. Should have a few more made in the next week. I'll get some pictures up then.
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So this might be a dumb question but what keeps the spacer ring in place between the 231/241 and 205? It doesn't' look like there are any bolt holes in it? Thanks
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So this might be a dumb question but what keeps the spacer ring in place between the 231/241 and 205? It doesn't' look like there are any bolt holes in it? Thanks


There are no stupid questions here....The three main components of the adapter kit are welded together by the end user in the ideal clocking rotation for your application(hence the infinitely clockability).
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Got mine in the mail today! Hopefully I'll get a chance to work on it this week. Everything looks top notch. Thanks Again Mike for all the help!
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Glad we could help! Let us know how everything turns out.
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Want to double or even quadruple the sales on these things?

Start making them for the figure 8 NP205s w/27 spine inputs.
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Old 10-14-2011, 05:22 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Point taken, the main issue has been producing female shafts cost effectively, but we could always produce male outputs and use the factory coupler.

Any other interest in 27 spline setups?
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so when you get a 241 psd for 32 spline we'd also be able to run dual 241s if we had one of those right?

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You can run a 241 behind the kit without issue! The existing kits are for DSD but if you need a PSD kit we can put one together for you.

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