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#1 archemitis

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Posted 17 December 2004 - 10:08 AM

would it be bad to use a chevy transfer case behind an ej tranny? i came across one for cheap, and i have never seen a samuri, and its only a bit bigger than my toyota one, but its cast iron...
should i keep looking or use this one?

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Posted 17 December 2004 - 10:34 AM

what did it come out of?

what's the ratio on the low range? or maybe if you can find the model # we could figure it out!

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Posted 17 December 2004 - 12:46 PM

Thats a lot of weight and beef for a little subie.............

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Posted 17 December 2004 - 01:11 PM

Thats a lot of weight and beef for a little subie.............


I think it would be going into the buggie currently under R&D !_!

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Posted 17 December 2004 - 05:08 PM

it will be way more than you will ever need, or subaru diffs and axles could ever take. Use it if you want, but you will have another 75 pounds and a few less inches of clearance underneath that dont have to be there.

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Posted 21 December 2004 - 11:11 AM

Well the old Cast Iron chevy cases were I would guess either an NP 205, or an NP 203.

The 205 is vertually indestructable , even running with big block motors, so it would be over kill for your suby. The 203 is a chain driven unit, and it too is a pretty stout unit.

The 205 low reange is only like 1.9:1 so it really wouldn't be benificial to mate it up. The 203 is a little better at like 2.2:1. Now one thing to check for on the 203 is to make sure it has the part time kit installed in it. Most 203's were a full time x-fer case and might be trouble for the subes. I am not sure though.

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Posted 21 December 2004 - 12:04 PM

yeah the 205 are heavy mofo's almost.. bullet proof i did break one .. so thats why i say almost

one tiny problem tho...
all teh chevy t cases well most tcases infact the front drive output is offset
instead of centered like a datsun tcase..
so that might be a problem

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Posted 21 December 2004 - 01:39 PM

If it is out of an S-10 it is probably a "New Venture 233" It has an aluminum case and weighs 74 pounds. It has a 2.76 ratio. If you could work the driveshaft problems out it might make a good candidate for a T-case job. I think they are made with a variety of outputs, so it would have to be done on a "case by case" basis (no pun intended ;) )




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