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Old 06-01-2011, 09:48 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Old 06-02-2011, 06:46 PM   #77 (permalink)
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If this has been answered im sorry but looking for a clocking ring for my 241 6bolt case. Im needing to clock it down. Thanks
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Jeep AMC 360 with TF 727, to a GM NP205?
Possible? price? I believe the 727 has either 23 or 27 spline output.
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Old 06-09-2011, 04:38 PM   #80 (permalink)
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I believe I have the some components here that will help you out. Sending PM.
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What about a 4wd SM465 (fig 8) to a Ford NP205 (round 6)? I am going to see if I can get all the 10 spline stuff out of the Chevy NP205 and put it in the Ford NP205.
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Old 06-14-2011, 04:04 AM   #82 (permalink)
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What about a 4wd SM465 (fig 8) to a Ford NP205 (round 6)? I am going to see if I can get all the 10 spline stuff out of the Chevy NP205 and put it in the Ford NP205.
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i would like a quote for a 203 27 spline to a fig 8 10 spline 205 please shipped to 89142
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On the road right now. I'll get back with you in about an hour. Thanks!
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Response sent, let me know if you have any other questions.
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Old 08-12-2011, 04:05 AM   #91 (permalink)
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Have a couple configurations in stock. Let us know what your looking for.
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Old 08-17-2011, 06:46 PM   #92 (permalink)
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FS-6406A Fuller Six speed to NP 241 married adapter??

Hi there, I want to install a FS-6406a six speed transmission out of a medium duty Freightliner into my 2007 Dodge Ram 4x4 3500 6,7 cummins, prob is the fuller was never offered with any type of married adapter to any transfercase,

Are you up to making anything up like this?? I am in New Brittin Conn from time to time, there is a huge market for this conversion adapter out there due to the nv4500 trans being weak as well as the g56 in the 98 to 2009 4x4 rams, just stock use has driven us to the need to use a hd tranny out of a medium duty truck for reliability issues, there are some pictures of the transmssion and some very primitive adapters that have been installed by diys guys, prob is i cant weld or own a cnc lathe and need somebody who knows what it takes, there is a group order bunch waiting for somebody to build these adapters but the deal fell thru when he got ill, right now there are several fx and fxo (od) 6 speeds fullers installed behind 5/9 cummins but they are having to run them divorced as no married adapter available, I could pay in adance and help get a group order going, I want no money just an adapter so i can have a fuller six speed married to my 241 t/c case I will post some pics of the trans and rear yoke and a link to peeps interested, are there any class 8 tranny shops or rebuilders or junkyards near you???? The transmission is just screaming for a married adapter kit for all of the guys who have worn out trashed nv4500s and g5600's, thanks for your time and thoughts in advance http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/98...fuller-41.html http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/...ssiomnSide.jpg

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Old 08-17-2011, 07:10 PM   #93 (permalink)
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42 pages...This one may take me a few minutes....


Even before I dig in, I am sure we can make an adapter, the real issue is coming up with a robust means of mating the output shaft to the 29 spline NP241. We can make splined shafts, but internal splines would be an issue in house(effectively). Whats the output spline configuration of the Fuller you have in mind? If you have the tail housing from the fuller we could measure it up and design an adapter to mate up, but I'd say mating the output to the input of the 241 is the long pole in the tent. I'll read up on this in the next couple days and see what comes up.
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I personally own two 12valve's both with NV4500. I am obviously aware of the trans issues, but I can say even with 360HP/790 Ft/Lbs I'm at 333,000 miles and once the trans was put together with the right parts I haven't had issues in 130,000 miles.
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nv241 converted to divorced set up?

Might be easier to set the married nv241 up as a divorced tranfer case so could just run a divorced set up with a jackshaft to the Fxo fuller, that way avoid having to outsource the inside spline cutter for the married coupler??? Guess that depends on what yoke will fit the np241 if its converted to a divorced set up??
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Old 08-23-2011, 12:03 PM   #95 (permalink)
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AWESOME JOB! this a GREAT product...I forsee lots more sales as people get the word that you make these.... I will definatley put your info in my build thread I will order in a few days .

I got this pic from another board I am a member on(shouldnt be an issue?) so it might help with some of the 2wd 4wd 4l80e commonly asked questions?
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So here is what I am working with I have a 2wd 4l80e (trying to cut down on overall length) with the 6 & 1/4" shaft with the last 2.5" splined(I included Pics) and am wanting to get it adapted to the figure8 th400 32 spline appears to be short input? np205(I included pics)

Another quick question this adaptor comes fully welded and bolt up ready or do I hafta weld it to the specs wanted? I am a relative Noob to this so any and ALL help is greatly appreciated.







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Old 08-23-2011, 01:07 PM   #97 (permalink)
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Mating a 2wd trans to a transfer case is a common application of our adapters. It looks like you have everything apart now. Can you slip your 205 onto the shaft of your transmission easily enough? If so bottom the shaft out into the input and measure(preferably with calipers) the distance from the face of the 205 to the face of the transmission. Add .125" and that will be the ideal length of your adapter with spline engagement maximized. Of the top of my head I'd guess your adapter length will be in the 5.75" face to face range. The kits are sold unwelded allowing you to clock the kit in the ideal orientation for your application and fab up the crossmember mount. If you need the kit welded for you we can work something out, just keep in mind you will not have the option to clock the adapter and you will still have to perform welding for a tcase mount. I'll send you a PM. Thanks,
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Mating a 2wd trans to a transfer case is a common application of our adapters. It looks like you have everything apart now. Can you slip your 205 onto the shaft of your transmission easily enough? If so bottom the shaft out into the input and measure(preferably with calipers) the distance from the face of the 205 to the face of the transmission. Add .125" and that will be the ideal length of your adapter with spline engagement maximized. Of the top of my head I'd guess your adapter length will be in the 5.75" face to face range. The kits are sold unwelded allowing you to clock the kit in the ideal orientation for your application and fab up the crossmember mount. If you need the kit welded for you we can work something out, just keep in mind you will not have the option to clock the adapter and you will still have to perform welding for a tcase mount. I'll send you a PM. Thanks,
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yah negative on my welding skills I'm just trying to avoid buying this from A.A. your deal seems to work just depends on cost after welding.

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That adapter from AA won't work in your application unless you rebuild your transmission with a different length output shaft and machine down the lip in the front of the adapter to fit the 4l80E. AA has a limited selection for 2wd transmissions mating to transfer cases unless they had fully splined output shafts. If you have a factory adapter already your most cost effective path is to add a spacer to make up the difference.
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:12 PM   #100 (permalink)
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All the 4L80e adapters I see, seem to have an O-ring and a raised lip. Your adapters seem to be flat where they mate to the trans.... Is this correct?

Aslo can you post pics of a 4L80e to Round NP205 kit?

The NP205 I have (pictured below) has a retainer around the input shaft. Does your adapter use this or replace this?

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