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Old 10-18-2019, 12:35 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Yes 10b came in 8lug.
D44 were as lso available 8lug.

Its to match the rear axles of 3/4t.


Is yore tcase output even on the right side for that 10b? That body style truck would have a d-side tcase. The 10b is a p-side diff
Yes it is. They actually left the hole there on the driver's side from the stock one. We allready patched the hole, but yeah the new one is on top of the tunnel area all the way to the right now. It looks like everything was ready for the driveshaft for whoever did the work.

We were figuring with the GM Dana 60 it would line up the same as the 10 bolt??
I will get some pics tomorrow of the t-case and shifter.
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OK, I missed most of this, but from my quick read-thru, you want to put 49s on the truck and swap to a Dana 60 front? May I suggest a slightly different route?

If it were me and I was sticking 49s on this truck, I'd forgo the Dana and step up to Rockwells. The Rockwells would be stronger, top loader axles will be better for driveshaft angles and they come with deeper 6:72 gears.

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OK, I missed most of this, but from my quick read-thru, you want to put 49s on the truck and swap to a Dana 60 front? May I suggest a slightly different route?

If it were me and I was sticking 49s on this truck, I'd forgo the Dana and step up to Rockwells. The Rockwells would be stronger, top loader axles will be better for driveshaft angles and they come with deeper 6:72 gears.

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We were considering it originally, but we figure the truck will also probably be street driven a decent amount and decided against it.
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I personally donít recognize it. But the part number should be on this tag.
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I personally donít recognize it. But the part number should be on this tag.
I will degrease it tomorrow and see what I can find. See where the mount is for it? ... The transfer case is kinda hanging downward towards the ground.
I'm assuming that's not a good thing and we should probably fab. A new mount closer to the rear of the t-case?
Just noticed it when I was under there taking pics.
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Many oem cases are mounted of the adapter. That wouldnít be my immediate concern.

That might be a 208. Oem 73-87 chev case. (Also what your axle is out of. I have never worked on one)
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It is a 208. 81-87 ish and yes the front axle probably came fron the same truck.

Some people like them. I think they are garbage. No ball bearings. Only torinton needle bearings. No oil pump. You cant swap inputs like 205 or 241. No twin stick. No real upgrades at all really. But its got the lower range over a 205.
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We were considering it originally, but we figure the truck will also probably be street driven a decent amount and decided against it.

As an FYI, Rockwells can be street driven.

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As an FYI, Rockwells can be street driven.

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One of the other things is finding one around here too. I haven't looked in a while, I will probably start looking again though. At least it will give us more options as well.
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We are going to start looking into the transfer cases more....I don't really understand much of what you guys said and have a lot to learn about them!
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That transfer case is an NP208.
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