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Old January 15th, 2004, 10:20 AM
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I have a 205 and a 203 from a Chevy 350 turbo(27 splines). I could buy a doubler kit to bolt them together but how could I use the 203 divorced with my stock tranny. Can it even be done? I mean, using a married tcase in a divorced fashion?
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If your question was, can a non-divorce t-case be used as a divorced case then the answer is not without making the following.

input yoke
input yoke retaining nut/bolt
input bearing housing
input bearing
input bearing seal

There is probably a few other things, but I can't think of them right now. If that was not your question, then I am lost.
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Old January 15th, 2004, 10:53 AM
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yeah, you're on it... I'm just wodering how I could attach a yoke to a tcase that was originally married. Is this common? Are there conversion kits out there to change the input shaft?.... I was looking at the bearing retainers that bolt to the NP200 and I wondered why I couldn't just drill and tap the 203 to accept the retainer, get a longer shaft that would accept a yoke and wha laa.
Or do I need a degree in engineering and a metal lathe/CNC/etc. ?
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I think the yoke part of it is the easiest. Somewhere out in the world is a junkyard with one that will fit. Bolting it on is another story. So is oil sealing and shaft support bearings. Don't forget that the tranny output bearing is basically carrying the load of the input shaft on a married t-case. The divorced one is on it own. I will throw two more idea at you. Modify a trans output housing to fit and use a slip yoke. Advance Adaptors has their own t-case. It can be used married or divorced. They either have a bearing in the case housing, most likely, or their input housing has it. If it is the housing, then it will probably be able to fit your case.
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