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Old 01-07-2003, 11:36 AM
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Question Converted NP203 transfer case???

I recently got a 77 Blazer, the guy tells me that the transfer case is a NP203 that has been converted to the part time 4x4. Anyone have experience with one of these kits? I am wanting to hunt for a NP208, but if I don't need to, I won't. Any help appreciated. Thank you.

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I installed several of the conversion kits years ago. The kit converts full time 4x4 transfer cases to part time with locking hubs on the front axles.

You do not mention any problem, so I do not understand why you would want to look for a 208 to install.

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Tony,
Thanks, that in itself sounds reasuring. I was just not sure about the conversion. I didn't know that they pretty popular. Is the shift pattern 2h, n, 4h, 4l ???
Also, would there be any problems mating this to a 700r4? I have one I'd like to put in this truck. Thanks for your help.
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With the correct 700 output shaft the unit should bolt to the transfer case.

The 700 bolts are all metric. 10mmx1.5 is the correct bolt size and thread for the rear of the case on the 700
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