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Old March 26th, 2007, 08:55 PM   #1
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Default C-6 Trans and 203 transfer case.

so as the title says i have a c-6 trans and a 203 transfer case. now i have 2 questions here. first and the most important one. i replaced my 203 transfer case because when i bought it, the chain had snapped and broken all the spider gears. after i got the t-case up in there, i drove it around and ive got a HORRIBLE leak from where the t-case bolts up to the tranny. now i have been told 2 different things here. one : there is a seal in the back side of the transmission and i need to replace that, however, every place that i call doesnt have that in stock. two : there is a gasket in between the transfer case and the transmission and no seal in the back side of the trans, only in the t-case. i really need to know what is the proper thing here and how i should go about fixing it. should i just drop the t-case and see what ive got going on here? thanks for any help guys, its greatly appreciated.

now onto the second issue that isnt so big of a deal. this is a 79 bronco and eventually, i want to put a 205 t-case in it. once again, ive been told two different stories. one : it will bolt up, no problem. two : it wont bolt up. lol, obvisoioly im awful confused here. im just getting into the mud bogging and i dont know A LOT about trucks, but i know enough to get by. this kind of stuff though is a little out of my league. once again, thanks for any help you guys can offer.

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There is a gasket (or rtv) that goes between the adapter and trans. If you fawk this up or use nothing, it will leak alot.

A 205 will bolt right up to the adapter, however, you will have to use the 205 tcase mount that bolts to the frame. I think the 203 is much larger so the driveshafts might not be the correct lengths.
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Old March 26th, 2007, 09:47 PM   #3
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There is a gasket (or rtv) that goes between the adapter and trans. If you fawk this up or use nothing, it will leak alot.
so just that i got this right, there IS NOT a seal in the rear of the transmission???

one more stupid question, what is the shift pattern in a 203??? my shifter is really messed up and i cant make out anything.
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not that i know of. Trans fluid is in the adapter right, so what would the seal do? As far as i know its just open in the back.

I dunno the shift pattern of a 203
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There is a gasket (or rtv) that goes between the adapter and trans. If you fawk this up or use nothing, it will leak alot.

A 205 will bolt right up to the adapter, however, you will have to use the 205 tcase mount that bolts to the frame. I think the 203 is much larger so the driveshafts might not be the correct lengths.
Yup,what he said!
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well i went over there today and pulled the t-case again, bought some rtv and made a gasket. put all that in there and got it back together. this weekend ill go over there again and take some tranny fluid to make sure that its not leaking. i didnt have the extra cash today or i would have already done it. still need to know the shift pattern of my 203 though if anyone can help. it would be greatly appreciated..thanks in advance!
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