|10-09-2014 02:38 PM|
|JIMMYBAJA||yeah, pick that bitch up, it can be fabricated in a 86-04 2wd truck / transmission solid axle sand buggy conversion or 2wd Toyota! don't really like the attached shit since the trannies like to crash and can't find a new one, but the 2wds are a dime a dozen and can solid axle the shit easier than the 4wd model if you got that case and extend the rear wheel base a bit with extended spring packs! It was my exact idea if I was ever wanting to go 4x4 or just get a decent crawl gear|
|10-09-2014 06:22 AM|
|bigfinderman||Gotcha. Yea those are hard to find so picking it up wouldn't be a bad idea.|
|10-09-2014 12:10 AM|
This is more of a "down the road" kinda plans, but I want to build a 6x6 truck, and I've found references of people flipping a divorced np205, so the rear output is the input and the input/front output are both facing the rear. I figured i would find something smaller than a 205 since I want to do this in a mini truck, and only run ~33" tires.
Again, down the road, probably never actually gonna happen plan, but since the yard has one (and for only $75) couldn't hurt to pick it up and possibly never use it.
|10-08-2014 07:37 PM|
|bigfinderman||80-86 720's all have the divorced t100l tcase. I believe the early models had small flanges and the later had the bigger flanges. What are your plans with it?|
|10-08-2014 04:23 PM|
Divorced transfer case
I know the mid 80s 720 pickups have divorced transfer cases, but I need some clarification on which years. My local junkyard has a website and there are a lot of options. They have one listed for an 81/82 (pre 1/82) and I want to make sure it is the all gear, divorced case I'm looking for.