Tim: a hint: install the NP203, then install the NP205. Don't try to do it together. Either case is heavy enough on its own.WOLF359 said:[...]The only problem I had was lifting the dam 203/205 combo off my workbench once they were together, and hoisting them up into the truck. It weighs a ton.
Even Chris won't do both T-cases at once! But on the Blazer, we have to install the NP203 before the NP205 anyway, so it's not an issue there.WOLF359 said:I've now installed and removed the 203/205 combo together about 6 times, so I'm getting pretty good at it.
The only real mishap was once when it slipped off the tranny jack and landed on my shin. I made up swear words for that one. :angry
Did you even bother to read any of the posts above? :confused2jeepp said:re details to what is going to happen.... I hven't been on latley dso sorry if people put the wrong information down its a 77 chevy pick up and i have a 203 and a 205 that i want to bolt together ca this be done?
Did you even bother to read any of the posts above? :confused2
Yes it can be done. How easily it can be done depends how much money you have, which tranny you're using and which versions of the NP203/NP205 you have.