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Originally posted by The Rockslut:
<STRONG>I have a 205 out of a 86 Chevy 1 ton. It has the rear slip yoke. What is involved in putting on a rear fixed yoke?????</STRONG>
There is a thread about this on the coloradok5.com board under the aftermarket parts off road design forum. The gist of it is change out the rear output after removing the speedo drive. Watch for about 15 needle bearings to fallout. Put grease on the rod to hold the needle bearings back in. Easy to do just take your time. You can do it with junkyard parts or pay about 140 to 180 for a new one. I have to change the input & output on mine. <IMG SRC="smilies/skull.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by hewl35:
<STRONG>There is a thread about this on the coloradok5.com board under the aftermarket parts off road design forum. The gist of it is change out the rear output after removing the speedo drive. Watch for about 15 needle bearings to fallout. Put grease on the rod to hold the needle bearings back in. Easy to do just take your time. You can do it with junkyard parts or pay about 140 to 180 for a new one. I have to change the input & output on mine. <IMG SRC="smilies/skull.gif" border="0"></STRONG>

A lot of places sell the rear output but the Bearing retainer is the hard to find part. It takes about an hour and it is real easy.
 

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I had a 205 with the slip yoke and I just found a regular yoke 205 and took the output off and stuck it on mine. Bolted right up. I used my case with the other output because I knew my case was in good shape and the other was unknown.
 
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