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I have a drive trian with a 351M, NP205 transfer case, DANA 44 axles and they are in my 1964 F100. Can anyone tell me what this drive train may have come out of?
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Probably off of a 4X4 Ford truck.

Without some numbers from the block and cases there is no way.
And even than it would prolly just be a guess at best within a few years.
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I have a drive train with a 351M, NP205 transfer case, DANA 44 axles and they are in my 1964 F100.

Can anyone tell me what this drive train may have come out of?
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Probably off of a 4X4 Ford truck.

Without some numbers from the block and cases there is no way.
And even than it would prolly just be a guess at best within a few years.
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