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NP201 vs. NP205 Tech Details Needed



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Old 11-14-2009, 05:40 PM   #1
 
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NP201 vs. NP205 Tech Details Needed

Trying to nail down features of a 201. Been googling all evening. Some sources say they're offset output like a 200 -- some say centered like a 205. Found some pics that show a straight-through, but most only show the front end. Some sources say the tc is just like a 200 but no parking brake... some say they're like a bigger and heavier 205. Some say straight cut gears...some say helical. Every references I've found says low range is 1.96:1 like a 205 and every ref I can find on the linkage says they're twin-sticked stock. Some sources say the 205 is much stronger than a 200 and that a 201 is closer in strength to a 200 than a 205... others say the 201 is the toughest member of the family.

Are they about 9-3/4 inches between parallel shafts like a 205?

Just how much heavier are they, as compared to a 205?

Are they in fact all twin-sticked?

Are they all 1.96:1 in low range?

I guess they're harder to find parts for....?

Thanks in advance....
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:57 PM   #2
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I haven't seen the 201 talked about on here. Is that from a Dodge PowerWagon?
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Probably, yes. The stuff I've found says W100-W200-W300.
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This one is out of an international travelall.

stronger than a 205, helical cut gears, centered single rear output. 1.96:1, factory twinsticked, however not front dig capable stock. 1 lever is 2wd or 4wd, 1 lever is low, high, neutral
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