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Old 06-09-2015, 05:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NWF Fig.8 NP205 Clocking Rings

We have been making Fig.8 NP205 Clocking Rings for the Small Bore TH350/SM465 and the Large bore TH400 Transfer Cases for a few years now but somehow they never made it to the Pirate4x4 Forum, better late than never so here they are!


These start by being High-Def Plasma Cut from 3/8" Mild Steel the Precision Machined on one of our Vertical Milling Machines for Accurate Bore Alignment.

The also come with a Pilot Bore Adapter that helps center the Clocking ring to the Transmission Adapter which helps alleviate force on the studs. while keeping the shafts perfectly aligned!

All Mounting Hardware is also included!

Each Clocking Ring offers 3 rotation options:

Up - 16* = 2.5"
Up - 28* = 4.25"
Down - 16* = 2"

These Are priced at $149

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask! These are available over the phone 1-250-248-6024 or online at NorthWest FabWorks - Innovative Products & The Best Deals On Offroad Parts
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Old 01-01-2018, 11:28 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Not sure I understand how all of these trucks that are lifted so high always want to clock up on the pass side of a NP205. Making the stretch from the front diff to the transfer case that much more of a angle.

I have been wanting to clock down on the pass side of my NP205 to get a better "less harsh " of a angle on the front drive shaft and cannot find anything.

I understand clocking up on the pass side for more ground clearance but why front drive shaft angle never seems to be a issue.
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