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Old March 31st, 2015, 08:01 PM
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the 205 will mate up, it seems...
With a small amount of grinding for the shifter rails.

Although not divorced... as you want.





T cases and all of their options are a Bear... and throw me.

If this does not make sense for Your application... disregard.

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/ford/...eed-np205.html

If you end up looking for a married 205, let me know.
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THANKS BLITZ!!!!!
That's just the kind of info I needed!
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No Problem, TXfirefighter...

anytime.

Just so You know ... the is an NP 205 just sitting here gathering barn dust and trying to mate with My NP 202's!!
( even though its married )

I forget the spline count... but ... it needs the figure 8 adapter.


I sure could use a few more hundred feet of 1.5 inch, NST thread fire hose, like used in the quick deploy racks in buildings...( I have three of the racks)
and a nozzle with a top shut off handle and pistol grip...

Hint hint...

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Forgive me, Just had to try...

I'm all about Horse tradin'



I think you need the Circular design anyway....
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Let me check with a couple of Inspector buddies and see what I can find.
The hose cabinet hose is supposed to be replaced in buildings every 10 years so....
What about std 1 3/4" hose? It has the 1 1/2" NST couplings so it should fitt your nozzle.
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Old April 4th, 2015, 10:44 AM
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Sounds good.

These are outdoors, for use on structures.
I have 350 feet now, with several small holes in one 100' main hose and 50 feet is what I call "utility wash down hose" that leaks like a sieve.

Yes, they are to be replaced every 10 years or so, ( inside a commercial structure ) and that is why I have them actually...
Got some "removed " hose, by Fire code... at a bargain...
Never used, ( until I used them ) just "dated".

But it works great for what I need it for out here in the country.

I would like to be able to reach 500 feet or further.

I'm running almost 100 GPM at 50 PSI @ the pump.

Almost 4000 gallons of reserve in a tank, and a generator backup pump, also tied to the grid.

I figure I have 30 to 45 minutes of run time, enough time for the VFD to arrive.

1 and 3/4 would be fine, as long as they interconnect.

Some Fire Quench or Wetter Water, would be a nice thing to have ...
But requires an injector nozzle.

I can order that... but those nozzles are 'spensive.


I would sure trade Ya the 205 for several hundred feet of hose, gaskets and an adjustable nozzle... ( I have 4 red plastic ones, a 1575 being my Main nozzle ( Jet for distance)and 3 -2960's... ( Spray fan for inside )I really would like a "good" nozzle )

If Ya can come up with something....
Let me know.

I hope that NP 205 I have will fly for ya.

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Machine shop finally found pistons for the in-line 6!
The problem was that the engine was originally a low compression job. I wanted to bump up the compression for the additional torque. We finally found pistons that, along with the .030 we removed from the cylinder head, will yield a CP of 9.4:1.
I've got the long block built and will post up some pictures this weekend.
The chassis is still sitting at the blasters yard which is OK for now because Casey and I have been working on his CUCV so the shop has been full.
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IF IT WAS a 250 all you had to do was install chevy 307 v-8 flat top pistons to get that compression ratio
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Almost have the engine together.
This has been challenging in finding parts to get the compression ratio I wanted but, we found pistons that get me real close. The wife wants me to paint the truck Navy grey so the engine is Ford grey with black accessories.
I put an Offenhauser dual plane intake on it and kept the factory split exhaust manifolds. It is getting a 490 CFM Holley truck carb and the ignition is handled by Mallory. Finding a ZF 5spd 4X4 transmission has been like finding unobtainium! So I am going to use a 2wd model and a divorced transfer case. Now, finding a right hand drop NP205 is being very challenging. Ford units are all over the place although, I may have a line on a Dodge divorced unit.



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I`ve been kicking the 300 idea around for awhile. It will be very interesting and informative to watch your build.
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International pickups and Travelalls from the first half of the 70's also had a passenger side drop divorced NP205 transfercase.
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