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Old 02-16-2006, 01:31 PM   #1
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For my next project, I am installing an SM465 between a 4.0L and a NP231. I have the bellhousing end pretty much figured out. For the T/C adapter, I have only seen 3 places that make them: Advance Adapters, Novak and Rube Adapters. Are there any other adapter folks out there? I know that noone is going to give them away, but those three are between $400 and $525. I wouldn't even mind making something myself, but I can't make a spud shaft or an output shaft. I have googled it at length to no avail. Thanks for ya'lls help.
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Why not go with a 208 or simaler that is a direct bolt in?
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I've got the 208 that the tranny was bolted to, but with a YJ, its a length thing. If I had one, I would put a EB Dana 20 for that reason, but I'm just having to work with what I've got.

I assume there must be other lesser known adapter makers out there...
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Is the problem the rear driveshaft length?
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i know www.ottindustries.com makes some adapters but i dont think any of them will help you out.
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Is the problem the rear driveshaft length?
Wrong side output as well. I've got the Super Short SYE on my 231, and I am not planning on changing axles any time soon, so I need to use what I've got...

The length would be a problem anyway, as the adapter between the 465 and the 208 is about a foot long. And the 208 is HUGE!

Thanks again for any help.
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