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Thread: NP208 G Transfer Case
08-11-2010, 06:23 PM #1
NP208 G Transfer Case
So, i'm in need of a transfer case for my 1985 chev 4x4 truck, and i came across a rolling frame from an 87 chev truck, 80's body style, not the new independent suspension type. It has a both axles and driveshafts, a 350 engine with all the parts to make it run, with a turbo350 tranny, and a NP 208 G transfer case, the owner is telling me that the transfer case is gear driven, hense the G on the plate. I have never heard of a gear driven 208 before, i thought that the 205's are the only transfer cases that are gear driven.
Anyone shed some light for me?
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08-11-2010, 10:46 PM #2
Turns out it's a NPG 208 transfer case, which is New Products Gear 208. I found a website with a list of fender tag codes, and it has "DHE - NPG 205 Transfer Case... DHF - NPG 208 Transfer Cs (Synchron)" So, i'm thinking that this is a gear driven transfer case, but i've never EVER heard of a gear driven 208 transfer case before. I hope it is, that would be a nice transfer case to have for my truck. It'll bolt straight up with no need to change anything!
08-11-2010, 10:58 PM #3
One way to find out chains have slop gears dont, lock it up and twist the yokes. But I to have never heard of a gear drive 208 but the are metric so save the output shaft
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08-12-2010, 05:52 PM #4
Well, i will be picking it up tomorrow after work. I will definitely check that about the transfer case to see if it has slop or not. I've asked around and still no one else knows.