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I didn't have my frickin' camera but hopefully some of you guys don't need one to figure this out:

The case is out of a late 50's early 60's International Pickup. It has a factory twin stick and a brake on the rear yoke. If I didn't know better I'd say it's a NP205 but I've never head of them having these features from the factory. Any educated guesses as to what it might be?
 

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If it is really that old, it is not a 205. They started making them in 1969. Older NP cases look similar.
 

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Is the rear yoke centered or offset? IH used some D18's and D20's with a twin stick setup.
 

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I'm fairly certain it's not a Dana 20 (too early) and it isn't offset so it's probably not an 18...besides, it's too big to be either of them.

One thing I left out is it's divorced.

What's confusing me is that it's got the rear driveshaft brake on it and it's a factory twin stick. Has anyone ever head of these being factory for the New Process t-cases?

Oh and it doesn't look much like the picture shown of the Rockwell T221.
 
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