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There is a 3/4 ton 1967 T-all with a divorced Rockwell t/c in my local Pic n Pull yard. Anyone know what the low ratio is?
 

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I believe they are about the same as a 205, 1.95-2:1 ish. Skeetshooter has one that he found in an old ford p/u with a Napco front and d70 rear. Looks like it would make a good second case because the front output has drop to it and would clear the first case a little easier than a divorced 205.
 

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Yup it's a rockwell. All three drive shafts and engine were still installed so I couldn't see if it was an OD 5 speed.

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PnP gets 80.00 for the trans and 75.00 for the T/C
 

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HUMM maybe it 1/2 price day I'm thinking about, I always knew POR ads were cheaper.
 

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and how is that different that a 205???



how do you tell the 202 vs the 205.... with out shifting it (say laying on the ground in front of a Scout 80 :D)

I got two, assumed they were 205's, but really, not sure.
 

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RustoleumWhite said:
and how is that different that a 205???


There are oths of givie aways

1st the noticeable is that on a 205 the shift rods are horizontal on the 202 its vertical.

2nd the back plate with the 3 bolts on the 205 doesn't exist on the 202. its just a large rod like the dana 20.

3rd is the case is all cast iron not like the 205 where some are aluminum

4th the back plate has no ribs (being cuz its cast)

5th the PTO thing

6th one shift rod controls range the, other controls the engagement of the front axel. this results in shift pattern of (2HI 4HI N 4L)

Also the 202 is stronger to the 205 due to slightly bigger parts.

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Back of a 205
from a site




Back of a 202

 
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