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I have an old chevy transfer case. How do I tell if it is a NP205 or 203 or what the heck it is?
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Did that come with the TH350 you mention in another post? If so & it's from 1980, it's a 205. If it's from sometime in the 70's hooked to a TH350, it's 99% likely a 203.

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Can't tell you about markings, but 203's have 5 positions on the T-case. Low, low-lock, neutral, hi, hi-lock. 205's have 4 positions. 4-wheel low, neutral, 4-wheel high, 2-wheel high.

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A 203 is a chain driven t acse and you can usually hear the chain it when ytou more the yolks. The 205 is gear driven and SHORTER. It aslo uses two round rods as the shifting mechanism, connected to a singled plate. The shifter itself mounts on a large stud on the 205, where the 203 has a flat arm. I don't think I am describing this well, and will try to attach a picture of my NP-205 for you.

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