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What is the overall length of the adapter face to face? Is this or could it be setup to be used as a Fig. 8 205 to round 6 both 205 adapter? Can you lengthen or shorten the setup to make the adapter shorter or longer?
I have been planning a home built 208 or 241/205 doubler setup and this would help make this much easier to do by allowing easier use of the Fig. 8 205's and also allowing enough space for shift rail clearence.
ya this is what im after too...... i need on pretty soon hereHow 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.
This is what we do!:smokin: If it is a 4x4 trans it likely has an output shaft that is under 1" long. Unfortunatly we can't make an Infinitely Clockable Adapter that short, but we can make the necessary plate type adapter to mate the two together. The other 4x4TH-350 shaft hard to find and I think it's about 3.375" long. I've only seen a couple over the years. Let me know what length output shaft you have in your trans(IE how far it sticks out from the back of the case) and I will put something together.I need to mount a 241 to a 4x4 th350 with a very short adapter. I am not sure on the length but I need one 4 bolt flange and one 6 bolt flange with a short piece of tube inbetween. do you think you can help me out
Of course we can make that! Clocking plates are in stock but the adapter kit is the best strength / long term solution. As of this week the common GM kits come withdrawn gaskets. The 350 & 465 kits come with seals for the adapter sleeve, still working on a source for 400 figure 8 seals that makes sense. Sending you a pm.An infinite 465/205 10 spline.. Figure 8.. Or would the clocking plate be my only option??