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Old 01-23-2011, 05:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Infinitely clockable GM T-case adapter kits replaces stock full spline engagement!

Our latest addition to the product lineup! This kit replaces the factory cast adapter and allows you to clock your tcase in ANY orientation desired. Recoup some coin by selling your old adapter. Full spline engagement is maintained, unlike clocking plates that bolt between the factory adapter and t-case. Simply weld the components together in the orientation preferred. Hardware is included. Additionally, a mounting plate is included for you to use when building your cross member (We typically would use tubing with bushings mounted at the chassis but that's up to you). Shown below is a TH-400 to figure 8 205. Accepts factory seals(not provided). We can produce all of the popular GM combos. Custom/non GM configurations are possible with some additional input. Contact us with any questions or needs. We can help you work through any shift linkage if needed as well. The adapter shown below is $325 shipped to your door. Contact us for alternate configurations and pricing.


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Old 01-26-2011, 06:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That is a really nice piece, what is the cost on one of those?
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That is a really well thought out simple design, I think you will do well with it! Why make it complicated when it dosen't have to be?
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PM sent.
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Old 01-26-2011, 08:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks for the comments, it's amazing how over complicated some stuff can get!
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Old 01-26-2011, 08:55 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Interesting.
Price pleasse
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Old 01-26-2011, 10:50 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I bet the it will be a giant saler!!. I wish that this had been made long before.
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Old 01-27-2011, 02:40 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Price listed on the kit shown above. Keep the questions coming guys thanks!
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you are correct, i read it 3 times and missed it still

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Agreed, should have no problems selling these. I'm interested in a SM465 to np203 adapter. People want just as much as your new one costs on here and I've never spotted one in a yard to pull myself.
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Agreed, should have no problems selling these. I'm interested in a SM465 to np203 adapter. People want just as much as your new one costs on here and I've never spotted one in a yard to pull myself.
465 to 203 shouldn't be a problem. PM sent. Thanks!
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can you do the later style np205 with the round pattern and long input to a 2wd 4l80?
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can you do the later style np205 with the round pattern and long input to a 2wd 4l80?
Not a problem at all. I would need a little help on the overall length of the adapter face to face though. Not much 2wd drive stuff hanging around here......
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could you make this


it allows a 700r bw 4472 t case factory adapter to be mounted to a 4l80e 4x4 it is made from 1/2 steel if so how much ?

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it allows a 700r bw 4472 t case factory adapter to be mounted to a 4l80e 4x4 it is made from 1/2 steel if so how much ?
Basically a 700R4 to 4l80E pattern adapter. Pretty straight forward, wouldn't be a problem. Sending PM shortly.
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Not a problem at all. I would need a little help on the overall length of the adapter face to face though. Not much 2wd drive stuff hanging around here......
6.5 inch 2wd 4L80E transmission would require a 8 and 1/8 inch adapter length when used with long input round NP205. Indexing ring on a 4L80E is 4.8 inches.
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Thanks for the info, that should save us some time.
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How about a 4wd 4l-80 to 205 case? probably have to use the long input in the case? shorter the better for me, just have to figure out the speed sensor.

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This was a factory setup, although rare. The adapter length is 4.625" for a 4x4 4l80e to round faced 205(long input).
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Rare they are! Can you build it? price shipped to 95963

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the next obvious question will be: Can you or will you make a 203-205 adapter??? I'd love to buy a both adapters for a 4L80E-203-205 setup at that price.
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We can build it, similar to the kit in the pics above. Sending you a PM now.
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As of now we don't offer 203 to 205 kits. There are several companies that offer these currently and the market is only so big. We can produce the shafts required, however it is a timely process and wouldn't make too much sense from a costing standpoint. Nothing is ever off the table though. Stay tuned, time will tell.
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price for an INFINITELY CLOCKABLE sm465 to gm205 with the figure 8 face. shipped to 73040
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price for an INFINITELY CLOCKABLE sm465 to gm205 with the figure 8 face. shipped to 73040
Sending you a PM, need to know if you are running 10 or 32 spline stuff, etc. We can do either but they are different.
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