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Old 11-01-2010, 08:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Will a Ford NP205 transfer case (driver-side output) bolt on to a Dodge A518/46RH tail, replacing the NP205 passenger-side type already there? Would the speedometer connection still work?
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Old 11-01-2010, 07:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You would have to use this. They say it is exclusively for the nv4500, but it can be setup for a 518. Then you have to fabricate a new shifter linkage.

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What is wrong with right hand drop 205.
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You would have to use this. They say it is exclusively for the nv4500, but it can be setup for a 518. Then you have to fabricate a new shifter linkage.

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What is wrong with right hand drop 205.
Nothing wrong with the stock NP205. I want to use my Ford axle that's already built up, and at the same time free up space for the cummins exhaust. I may have to trade the 4x4 A518 for a 2wd and use the divorced NP205.
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Dont use a divorced. The jack shaft won't hold up. Find a 47rh out of a 94 to 96 4x4 and it will have the boses for the shifter linkage.

With the 47rh you will gain a lockup t/c, but you have to change the bellhousing adapter, starter and flexplate from the same year trucks to do the swap.

Or you can send that axle in CURRIE to have a tube swap done and then have a right hand drop high pinion dana 60. It might also be a little cheaper to have that done a you can run all the same components that you have in it right now.
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Jack shaft?

" . . . jack shaft won't hold up"

Do you mean the jack shaft of the Ram truck?

The Cummins, transmission, and the transfer case will eventually be installed in an Class A motorhome (after i finetune and fix all the bugs in the pickup truck. So if I go with a divorced the TC mount will be beefed up. I'm just looking at my options right now, one of them being a 47RH/NP241.
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If you put in a divorced t case there is a shaft that goes from trans to t case this is the jack shaft. Traditional jack shaft will not hold up with the 1310 double cardon joint. You would have to have a custom shaft built that would hold the power.

There is a company that makes 1350 and i believe 1410 double cardon shafts that will hold up but are spendy. It is High Angle Driveline out of california.

Not to mention the custom front and rear shaft that will have to be made.

Your best bet would be to go to a 47rh and 241 or have the axle retubed for a right hand drop.
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If you put in a divorced t case there is a shaft that goes from trans to t case this is the jack shaft. Traditional jack shaft will not hold up with the 1310 double cardon joint. You would have to have a custom shaft built that would hold the power.

There is a company that makes 1350 and i believe 1410 double cardon shafts that will hold up but are spendy. It is High Angle Driveline out of california.
Aha, I get it now. That short driveshaft is caled jack shaft? OK. I've purchased a 1350 driveshaft from HAD before. no problem there.

But like I said I'm looking at all options, including 727+GV, stock A518+NP205 config, 47RH/NP241, or 2wd tranny and a divored TC.
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