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Old 07-20-2009, 09:44 PM   #1
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divorced np200

Looking for some good info on the np200. Im thinking about running one but not sure how it will hold up on a street driven truck. I already have 13 inches of lift and im adding atleast another 6. So any info will help or suggestions on a good t-case (try'n to build on a budget)
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no the np200 that comes out of some of the m37 military trucks. I just havent really found any solid info on it. the only thing everyone says is that they have an overheating issue but nothing how to solve it or if its just a few people with this problem
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True, almost all of them run hot. Some to the point of breaking down the oil. The M715zone has kicked this around for years with no real solution. Synthetic oil seems to help a little and I am sure that part of it is due to the high speed caused by the 5.89 gears in those trucks. Other than that plan on doing some slow speed driving if you run one.
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no the np200 that comes out of some of the m37 military trucks. I just havent really found any solid info on it. the only thing everyone says is that they have an overheating issue but nothing how to solve it or if its just a few people with this problem
You are right. They are suppose to a first gen dana 300. I don't know of any one every breaking on. The over heating problem is probably do to the thing always spinning. Just a good schedule change for the oil and I see it lasting forever!
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The biggest killer on these is the straight cut gears, instead of helical cut run a cooler, good fluid, and replace all the bearings instide with new units and you may be ok. Keep the rpms at a decent range for extended times and run a temp gauge..
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