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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-17-1999, 09:50 PM
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Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

Are there any better tcases than the Ford Dana20 that can be used with or without an adapter to mate up to an NP435 and still have the drivers side output?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-17-1999, 10:13 PM
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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

what is wrong with a bronco 20? the only thing better is a np205. you want the setup used on the 76-77 ford pickups. it has the shortest of all the adaptors.

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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

I believe that the Atlas made by advanced adapters has one that will work.
That is if you have mucho money.

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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

Yeah the Atlas would be the best but I don't have that kind of money to spend. There is nothing wrong with the Dana 20 other than the low range. Was the NP205 originally bolted up to a NP435 in the trucks you mentioned? What is the 205s low range ratio? Is there a 4:1 kit for the Dana 20 somewhere? If there is a 4:! kit then I will definately go with the 20. I wish I had a longer wheelbase and could use two np205s.
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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

FYI
http://www.off-road.com/jeep/tech/co...fordd20id.html

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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

the bronco 20 has a 2.46 low range, the 205 is 2.0. you could add a cold duck or klune v to get the low range you need. yes the 205 was "married" to the np 435

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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

a jeep NP231 with a fixed yoke is said to be stronger than a dana 20 (also is a 2.72:1 low range)you would want the 23 (not 21 input spline model)

a dana 24 (only came as a divorced mount, less than 2.0:1 low)


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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

Tera Mfg makes a 3.15:1 low range upgrade for the Ford Dana 20. It runs about $800, part number LOW20B.
O'Brien's 4WD makes 4+:1 kits for the Jeep Dana 18s and Jeep/Scout Dana 20s, so they may also make one
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post #9 of (permalink) Old 12-20-1999, 07:45 AM
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Re: Tcases that have drivers side front output and will mate to an NP435???

The NP205 also came as a divorced case. I think I may stick with the dana 20. Is there a website for the O'Brien place?
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