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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-18-2002, 12:05 PM
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Anyone know the difference on these 208s

ok, I have been calling around to several wrecking yards here in Seattle. What is the difference between these transfer cases. The 208 bolt on that bolts to the tranny and the 208 slip on that slips onto the yoke. Is one better than another? I'm going to connect it to a NP 435.. Thanks Pete


This is the Ford version.

Is this what is known as marriad and divorce t-case?
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The 208 bolt on that bolts to the tranny and the 208 slip on that slips onto the yoke.

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I am unclear about this, can you clarify?

I got the "bolts to the tranny", in that it's a married transfer case. To my knowledge all of the NP208s were married though.

The part I don't get is the 208 slip on that splis onto the yoke. Some of the NP208's has slip yokes on the other end, at the rear output shaft and some had a fixed yoke. Is this to what you are referring? If that is the case, and I don't know about the Ford (they used the NP208???), but the Dodge and Jeep had fixed yokes, and the Chevy had a slip yoke.
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I think that only the 208c (chevy) used the slip yoke on the rear output.

if you don't know if you need a divorced or married transfer, look at the back of the tranny. if there is a gear or splined shaft, you need a married case. If there is a yoke, you need a divorced case.
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Re: Anyone know the difference on these 208s

the input shaft spline counts are different and as mentioned the chevy versions have a slip yoke. dodge, jeep, and fords use a fixed yoke. i am not sure of the spline counts of all of the different versions though. jeeps are 23 spline and i believe the dodges are too but don't hold me to it. the chevys used a 32 spline behind the th400's and i am not sure of the others.
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Also- Jeep and Ford are driver's drop while Chevy and Dodge are passenger's drop.
And the Ford 208 will bolt up behind a Ford T-18a [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: Anyone know the difference on these 208s

Well how abuot this bit of info. Ive got one bolted to a NP435 still in the truck, that my father is parting out. Its an 81 or 82 I think. 300 6 cyl
And Im in Washington Im thinking of ebaying them together or separate but not real sure. Let me know If I can help
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