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Old October 27th, 2009, 09:38 PM   #1
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Default e4od mated to Np205?

Whats it take to put a 205 behind a e4od? I have searched on several websites and the only info I have came up with is you have to notch the TC adapter for the 205 shift rail and that the driveshaft "might" hit the trans pan.

But I ahve found no real yes/no on the driveshaft clearance and which TC adapter works with the 205? Can I just unbolt the 1356 and bolt the 205 to that adpater?
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Old October 28th, 2009, 04:19 AM   #2
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give it a try and see man.
I've heard it will bolt up, but you WILL have to notch it.

gonna sell the 1356?
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Old October 28th, 2009, 09:59 AM   #3
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More then likely, Right now I have a c6 with a 1356 bolted to it, rear is a slip yoke not fixed and doesn't have any shifters attached. But don't wanna part with till I know I can attach and function the 205 behind the e4od.
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Old October 29th, 2009, 02:26 PM   #4
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thats the only answer i can give you, yes it will bolt on(all the older fullsize ford 4x4 automatics have the same transfer case mount and spine count not sure about 97 and newer ), but you need to clear for the shifter. and the drive shaft will be very close to the trans pan.
i have a aod hat i had a 205 mounted to when i was mocking stuff up for my build...was going to run this but then went to a c6... the drive shaft still would be very close to the trans pan with a c6.
only way around that would be a small diameter thick walled drive shaft

good luck

or if you want a no slip yoke rear out put you can try and get you hands on a manual shift bronco t-case(good luck!) or not sure what years had them but i have a 89 f350 tcase that isn't a slip yoke. could possibly find one of them( mines for sale...) the front out put is farther away from the trans

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I'll just lengthen a front explorer driveshaft for that. Thick walled and small dia., haven't broke one yet on my previous rigs so "should" hold up.
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dumb question, why not go divorced and use the 2wd tranny? just wondering.
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