What years and what trucks would i find a Divorced 205? Are they only in 1 tons? Im plannin on mounting in the stock location so i dont have to change driveshaft lengths and run a 2wd trans.
david, you have to realize that divorced transfer case setups are supposed to have a long front driveshaft, and reducing the driveshaft angle is one of the main reasons that people run these setups. the other benefits are that you get less vibration on the drivetrain from the engine, since the transfer case isnt bolted directly onto the transmission. as far as im concerned, divorced t-case setups are far superior to the mated/married transfer case.DavidO2007 said:Money pit did you just mount the t-case in the stock location instead of having longer front and rear shafts made? if so do you have any pics of your set up? Having the little stub shaft made is no big deal to me. I jsut dont wanna dump a whole lot more into all new drive shafts.
+1.Elwenil said:I seriously doubt there is room to mount a divorced NP205 in the exact same location as a mated NP205. Part of the reason for switching to the mated transfer cases was to reduce the length of the driveline so trucks like the Ramcharger with the shorter wheelbase could be built. Now if you took the driveshafts from a truck that came stock with a divorced NP205, you could probably use those, but not shafts from a mated transfer case truck.