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Old 03-05-2011, 06:36 PM   #51 (permalink)
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What about a 465 to 203?
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Old 03-05-2011, 06:43 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I need to mount a 241 to a 4x4 th350 with a very short adapter. I am not sure on the length but I need one 4 bolt flange and one 6 bolt flange with a short piece of tube inbetween. do you think you can help me out

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Old 03-05-2011, 08:26 PM   #53 (permalink)
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I need to mount a 241 to a 4x4 th350 with a very short adapter. I am not sure on the length but I need one 4 bolt flange and one 6 bolt flange with a short piece of tube inbetween. do you think you can help me out
This is what we do! If it is a 4x4 trans it likely has an output shaft that is under 1" long. Unfortunatly we can't make an Infinitely Clockable Adapter that short, but we can make the necessary plate type adapter to mate the two together. The other 4x4TH-350 shaft hard to find and I think it's about 3.375" long. I've only seen a couple over the years. Let me know what length output shaft you have in your trans(IE how far it sticks out from the back of the case) and I will put something together.
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the trans that I have the output only sticks out about 1" from the rear of the case. I would need the plate type adapter to mount the two together I assume then.

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Not a problem, PM/Quote sent. Thanks!
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looking for adaptor to go from a 4l80 to a np205.
let me know what you have and price please.

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looking for adaptor to go from a 4l80 to a np205.
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Popular setup, Sending email. Thanks
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An infinite 465/205 10 spline.. Figure 8.. Or would the clocking plate be my only option??

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An infinite 465/205 10 spline.. Figure 8.. Or would the clocking plate be my only option??

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Of course we can make that! Clocking plates are in stock but the adapter kit is the best strength / long term solution. As of this week the common GM kits come withdrawn gaskets. The 350 & 465 kits come with seals for the adapter sleeve, still working on a source for 400 figure 8 seals that makes sense. Sending you a pm.
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Hi, I stumbled upon this thread trying to find info about drawing up my plans to build my own clocking ring but it sounds like this is what you do so here goes...

My truck is a 77 F-250 that has a Cummins and NV4500 in it. Behind the NV is a, now defunct, US Gear OD box. Behind it is a Ford 203/205 t-case. My problem is that the second clocking ring is wrong and does not return the 203/205 to its proper drop angle. The other problem is that the rings are made out of 3/4" aluminum and I don't like that idea given the considerable weight of the system pieces. Since US Gear doesn't make this box anymore, and doesn't service any of its parts, I can't even get the proper ring I need, not to consider the aluminum issue.

So what do you think? What I need are two clocking rings made out of high grade steel. One that goes from a Dodge 6 bolt round pattern on the back of the NV to what I assume is a GM 6 bolt round pattern on the front of the range box. And one that goes from the back of the range box which is a GM 6 bolt, I think, to the front of the Ford 203.

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Hi, I stumbled upon this thread trying to find info about drawing up my plans to build my own clocking ring but it sounds like this is what you do so here goes...

My truck is a 77 F-250 that has a Cummins and NV4500 in it. Behind the NV is a, now defunct, US Gear OD box. Behind it is a Ford 203/205 t-case. My problem is that the second clocking ring is wrong and does not return the 203/205 to its proper drop angle. The other problem is that the rings are made out of 3/4" aluminum and I don't like that idea given the considerable weight of the system pieces. Since US Gear doesn't make this box anymore, and doesn't service any of its parts, I can't even get the proper ring I need, not to consider the aluminum issue.

So what do you think? What I need are two clocking rings made out of high grade steel. One that goes from a Dodge 6 bolt round pattern on the back of the NV to what I assume is a GM 6 bolt round pattern on the front of the range box. And one that goes from the back of the range box which is a GM 6 bolt, I think, to the front of the Ford 203.

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Hi, I stumbled upon this thread trying to find info about drawing up my plans to build my own clocking ring but it sounds like this is what you do so here goes...

My truck is a 77 F-250 that has a Cummins and NV4500 in it. Behind the NV is a, now defunct, US Gear OD box. Behind it is a Ford 203/205 t-case. My problem is that the second clocking ring is wrong and does not return the 203/205 to its proper drop angle. The other problem is that the rings are made out of 3/4" aluminum and I don't like that idea given the considerable weight of the system pieces. Since US Gear doesn't make this box anymore, and doesn't service any of its parts, I can't even get the proper ring I need, not to consider the aluminum issue.

So what do you think? What I need are two clocking rings made out of high grade steel. One that goes from a Dodge 6 bolt round pattern on the back of the NV to what I assume is a GM 6 bolt round pattern on the front of the range box. And one that goes from the back of the range box which is a GM 6 bolt, I think, to the front of the Ford 203.

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Sounds like what we do on a regular basis! I may be mistaken but the US gear pattern to their adapter is not the same as the the circular tcase patterns. A couple pictures of the existing parts would be helpful. If you can, send a couple photos to my email ([email protected]) or in a PM here at pirate. Sending PM now.
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Actually the US Gear pattern is a 6 bolt t-case pattern. I have the 203 currently bolted to the back of the US Gear box. It's just in a close but wrong clock position.
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We are trying to keep TH-350 and TH-400 versions to figure 8 205's in stock. We will have a few other configurations in stock as well. Hit me up with any questions.
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I have a buddy that might be needing a Th350/208 (tall foot stock replacement)adapter remade from good product. Shoot me a PM on cost and lead time please. Thanks
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Old 04-20-2011, 08:32 PM   #67 (permalink)
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TH400 and TH350 to 205 setups in stock ready to ship!
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:38 PM   #68 (permalink)
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Old 04-29-2011, 08:04 AM   #69 (permalink)
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Or is that the price in post one on page one? I get so confused and so many numbers
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The price in post 1 is for the TH400/205 setup. Sending you a PM.
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Old 05-12-2011, 06:48 PM   #71 (permalink)
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SM465 Pics as promised!

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4l60e to figure 8 205
700r4 to figure 8....
just the case plates and tranny plates and spacers.......no need for the gussets or tranny mount plate...


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Hi, looking for a 4l80 4x4 to ford 205, "factory" length ok. Thanks
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