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Old 06-28-2017, 04:38 PM   #151 (permalink)
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Yes, id sure like too.. think it can be done?
Not with an EcoBox.

We made a couple custom ones for a local customer. there are floor board mods and shifter mods. the work part is making the transmission mate to the BlackBox Input we have a flange with the sami pattern but if you dont move the tcase back its really hard to make a midshaft work without vibrations.

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Old 06-29-2017, 07:40 PM   #152 (permalink)
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Thank you for the info. if you ever want to make one for a sammy. ill be your tester haha. thanks a bunch
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Old 06-30-2017, 06:22 AM   #153 (permalink)
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Thank you for the info. if you ever want to make one for a sammy. ill be your tester haha. thanks a bunch
Like i said we already made a BlackBox for the Sami, we will not be making an "EcoBox" as well, there are too many special parts required to work. i still have enough parts to build Sami BlackBox, they retail at $2049 without a shifter if you want a cable shifter they are $199.

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Old 09-08-2017, 03:06 PM   #154 (permalink)
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So I guess I'll ask one more time before I buy an atlas. Are you guys ever going to do a 25 spline ford box? You posted about it ages ago, but then nothing.

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Old 09-12-2017, 07:15 AM   #155 (permalink)
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So I guess I'll ask one more time before I buy an atlas. Are you guys ever going to do a 25 spline ford box? You posted about it ages ago, but then nothing.

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We are going to be doing a 1350/1354 doubler eventually but we have no ETA as to when it will be available. we also make an adapter to go from the 25 Spline to 23 or 31 spline.

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Great product btw; do you ever have issues with high temps coming from the crawl box? I always run my np205 in low, but i shift the crawl box to high when im traveling between obstacles. The front box gets very hot....should i consider this normal?
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Great product btw; do you ever have issues with high temps coming from the crawl box? I always run my np205 in low, but i shift the crawl box to high when im traveling between obstacles. The front box gets very hot....should i consider this normal?
Yes this is normal, There isnt alot of gear oil to dissipate the heat plus the Unit would get little to no air flow. That why we suggest 75/90 full synthetic changed every time you do an engine oil change. it only holds 500ml of oil so frequent changes are necessary.

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Yes this is normal, There isnt alot of gear oil to dissipate the heat plus the Unit would get little to no air flow. That why we suggest 75/90 full synthetic changed every time you do an engine oil change. it only holds 500ml of oil so frequent changes are necessary.

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Got it, thanks Kris. Appreciate it.
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I'm looking at an eco box. I am running a 32 spline NV4500 and a 32 spline Ford NP205. Can you tell me how much length the Eco box would add? Also, under the options on your website, there's a dual oiling billet bearing retainer and a crossmember mounting foot(Ford 205) option. Do you guys have any pics of those? Also can I get a quote(shipped) for all that to 89508?
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I could not find it anywhere on the website but do you guys offer a dual cable setup for the 241/eco box setup?
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What is needed to put an eco box between a jeep AX15 and a married ford np 205? Price?
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Looking at doing the ecobox with chevy round pattern 205. Does it matter which 465 you use. I have both 465/208 combo and 465/205 round pattern combo. Also which 241 to use and how much length does the box add?
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Looking at doing the ecobox with chevy round pattern 205. Does it matter which 465 you use. I have both 465/208 combo and 465/205 round pattern combo. Also which 241 to use and how much length does the box add?
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you want to use a 6 pinion 241 and the eco box is about 8".
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Will the 465/241 combo from the late 80's work for this? Can't seem to find the specs.
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Will the 465/241 combo from the late 80's work for this? Can't seem to find the specs.
IIRC those are 32 spline so they work. I cut up a driver drop 241 because they're cheaper and easier to find.
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IIRC those are 32 spline so they work. I cut up a driver drop 241 because they're cheaper and easier to find.
Thought I had a parts truck lined up with this in it. Turns out it's a 465/208 anyways.
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Thumbs up to NW Fab on the ECO BOX! Mine shipped a little slow, but it didn't hold my build up, and Kris was really up-front with updated on the production!! It only took me about 3-4 hours total to strip my 241 & build the ecobox. Build quality and finish seem top-notch & I can't wait to put it into use!! For you facebookers check out some assembly pics here. Mine will be going between a Turbo 400 & a married Ford 205.

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Any possibility of a BW1356 doubler/reduction gear yet?
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Old 08-20-2019, 10:49 AM   #169 (permalink)
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Im interested in an eco box to put between a th400 and a ford 205 transfer case was wondering if you could give me a quote and lead time thank you
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