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    the transfer case "np 200" on my truck still works but i just replaced rear oil seal and found that i could grab the output shaft and move it side to side,in and out. are these units werth rebulding, i plan on running a big block and large tires? 0r should i get a 205?

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    If they are rebuilt properly, they are a good strong case...if you are going to drive much on the highway, the 205 is a better choice as it is a more modern version of the NP200 and handles higher RPMs better without overheating problems.
    Both can handle the power of the big block but the RPM's would be the difference.
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    if i was going to put a 205 in what is my best rout, a devoced out of a dodge or convert to a maried setup with a 465 trans/205 tcase out of a chevy?

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    What engine are you gonna run....if BB chevy, the 465/205 married would be my choice...If BB Dodge, then the divorced would be the way...
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    i would only put a chevy in the truck, i am in the process of building a 454 and am going to put it in the truck. my only worry abought going with the married setup is the linkage for the t case, but a would imagine that its nothing i could'nt handle, i would also like to convert the 205 to a twin stick and the kaiser has that already.
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    If I remember right, someone who has done that swap said there were holes to bolt the linkage to on the tranny....could always post for the info...
    brute4c
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    i was just talking to my dad and he has a np 202 and i think i will go with it.
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    The 200 and 205 are in the same class basically..just that the 205 is a newer version, basically same rating...the 202 is in the same family, but is the big brother, rated like 1 1/2 ton or better....THAT is a stout case and make a very good swap choice...congrats on finding one!!
    brute4c
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