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You'd probably be better off with a Dodge 241. I'm not positive about the 208D, but the 241C and the 241D are clocked different (the difference is in the studs on the t-case. I'm in the middle of putting a 241D in my Chevy. Also, one bolt is different, Chevy has all 6 spaced equally, Dodge has one that is off about one bolt width, I'm planning to just slot out the one hole in my stock Chevy adapter. The 241C has a slip yoke, the 241D is fixed. And it should be easier to find a 241D as well.

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Actually I have both, I wanted the flat-clocking the Dodge case will give me, and the fixed output.

I'm assuming your 241C is RHD? If so, it should be worth a few bucks, particularly if it has a mechanical speedo output (as opposed to electronic). They only came in '89 Blazers and Suburbans, and its the only bolt in upgrade for all the '81-'88s that had the 208. IIRC the 241D RHD ran from mid '87-'93.

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