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sj-x 500
03-29-2004, 08:26 PM
is there such a thing as a ford t-case with a pass side drop?

84 sj410 with 16v w/EFI, auto 4-spd, 4.63 gears, 14 inches wider then stock, 31x10.50 mickey thompson baja claws, 6 + inches of lift
broken u-joint count: 2

currently running on: p185/60/r15 winter tires... god it looks dumb.

dexter302
03-29-2004, 08:56 PM
yea, i want to know too

87 runner, sr5 stock
soon to be bigger, 302 convertion, c4, np208, sas with hp d44front, 9" rear, and what ever else i think of doing to it.

FU Toolbag
03-30-2004, 06:02 AM
Maybee on an arostar, but not on the ranger of f sreies.

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boyzen
03-31-2004, 05:42 AM
There are many times I wish for the same thing ,but its too bad they never made a good one.

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sj-x 500
03-31-2004, 05:37 PM
damn.. kinda thought so. then is there a way to run a divorced t-case off a 2wd tranny?

84 sj410 with 16v w/EFI, auto 4-spd, 4.63 gears, 14 inches wider then stock, 31x10.50 mickey thompson baja claws, 6 + inches of lift
broken u-joint count: 2

currently running on: p185/60/r15 winter tires... god it looks dumb.

m j
03-31-2004, 05:59 PM
the DS is the correct side
the dif under your ass is easier to place

sj-x 500
03-31-2004, 07:46 PM
mj: only if your headers aren't in the way of a d-shaft. besides the axles i got are PS pinion, and i have a 302 sittin around, i wanted to use it, but i don't think i can.

84 sj410 with 16v w/EFI, auto 4-spd, 4.63 gears, 14 inches wider then stock, 31x10.50 mickey thompson baja claws, 6 + inches of lift
broken u-joint count: 2

currently running on: p185/60/r15 winter tires... god it looks dumb.

Broncoo
03-31-2004, 07:56 PM
what are you buildin?

it's light it's fast it's powerful

everything a chevy isn't

sj-x 500
03-31-2004, 08:06 PM
gonna be a 4 door sidekick body, custom frame, yota axles. wanted to run the 302, but there's no way short of an adpter plate to a yota tranny/t-case, or else run a chev tranny/t-case. it's becoming painfully obvious that i'm gonna have to find me a 305, 283 or other small cube chev for it.

84 sj410 with 16v w/EFI, auto 4-spd, 4.63 gears, 14 inches wider then stock, 31x10.50 mickey thompson baja claws, 6 + inches of lift
broken u-joint count: 2

currently running on: p185/60/r15 winter tires... god it looks dumb.

m j
03-31-2004, 08:45 PM
adapt a TC to the ford transmission
A d300 or some other jeep unit is done all the time
why a small cube chev? a 350 is the sbc of choice

sounds like the headers are the problem

Broncoo
03-31-2004, 09:15 PM
thiers a hi-pinion drum d44 at pyp right now in a f150 why not use that convert it to disc's (chev 6lug to match yota rear) and cut a few inches off one side (easy to do) and voila you have a driver side diff so you can use the 302 plus no birf's to bust

it's light it's fast it's powerful

everything a chevy isn't

sj-x 500
04-01-2004, 07:43 AM
broncoo: the rear ratio would then be 4.10, and the front most likely be a something else, 4.56? 3.73? i'm used to sammi's with a stock 3.73, and 4.11, and gearing then down to 4.63 or 5.13. how much gear will i really need? i want 35's or 37's, rear locker for sure, maybe front.
to convert it, i'd have to find a chev d44, steal the spindles, and mount em on mine... to shorten the axle is gonna be pricy... i know where i can get a scout d44 *ps pinion* for about 100$. i just like the way birfs ride, no binding, popping, clunking etc. smurfields are cheap, i think i'd rather go that way.


what's a tc?...

84 sj410 with 16v w/EFI, auto 4-spd, 4.63 gears, 14 inches wider then stock, 31x10.50 mickey thompson baja claws, 6 + inches of lift
broken u-joint count: 2

currently running on: p185/60/r15 winter tires... god it looks dumb.

wade and cleatus
04-01-2004, 12:12 PM
Internationals run a divorced np205 with a passenger side drop. Theres just a short driveshaft between the tranny/ transfer case. Much easier to find 2 whdr trannys as well, the down side means a long front drive shaft and a short rear one, you'll eat u-joints more but wont matter if its a trail only unit.

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wade and cleatus
04-01-2004, 12:14 PM
I seem to remember old fords (split rim types) running this same set up as well, divorced transfer once again. And the lovely closed nuckle d44.

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Broncoo
04-01-2004, 02:25 PM
quote:Originally posted by sj-x 500

broncoo: the rear ratio would then be 4.10, and the front most likely be a something else, 4.56? 3.73? i'm used to sammi's with a stock 3.73, and 4.11, and gearing then down to 4.63 or 5.13. how much gear will i really need? i want 35's or 37's, rear locker for sure, maybe front.
to convert it, i'd have to find a chev d44, steal the spindles, and mount em on mine... to shorten the axle is gonna be pricy... i know where i can get a scout d44 *ps pinion* for about 100$. i just like the way birfs ride, no binding, popping, clunking etc. smurfields are cheap, i think i'd rather go that way.
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i got some chev d44 spindles;) an if ya go with the v8 4.88-5.13 might be a lil low for 35-37's think 40's for those ratio's
i think 4.56ish would be good for 35's

oh and shortening up an axle ain't that $$$ ($100 for the shaft and $100 for the housing) ya can't beat $66 for a compleate diff from pyp jus my input

it's light it's fast it's powerful

everything a chevy isn't

m j
04-01-2004, 05:52 PM
4.10 is to low for 35s IMO
I have 4.88s on 39s and it is too low

ROBO
04-01-2004, 06:36 PM
there is a old style np205 that is unidrop. it caqn be used on both sides, there hard to find now, i think they can in old military trucks , i can look it up at work if you jneed.

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Broncoo
04-01-2004, 07:05 PM
quote:Originally posted by m j

4.10 is to low for 35s IMO
I have 4.88s on 39s and it is too low


are you auto or manual?

you don't have enough tourque need bigger engine i can smoke my 36's with 3.73's

however it does kinda suck offroad (crawlin) so that's why i'm tossin a 203 between my c6 and 205 it's cheaper than new gears and offers more gearing

jus keep the street friendly gears an throw in a crawl box

it's light it's fast it's powerful

everything a chevy isn't

m j
04-01-2004, 07:31 PM
I am putting a second 465 in mine and changing to 3.54 gears

boyzen
04-01-2004, 07:44 PM
I have 4.10 44" boggers and standard and spin them in 2 gear on pavement . but I will chage the cam soon so I will lose some bottom end right now 260 duration gioing to 290 duration.
Thats big block though.

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