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Transmission woes

Ok I've tried to search but just caint get it.
I'm doing a build involving a lot of mixed parts.
So I have a 351w with a 2wheel drive c4 auto.
I have a c6 with np205 transfer case,
Can the np be put on c4?
C6 is for big block, and a shame cause it's only got 20 k on it.
Help please.
If it caint please give advice on wich way to go.
Cut a f150 frame down to put b2 body on, puting 351 in it.
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Ok I've tried to search but just caint get it.
I'm doing a build involving a lot of mixed parts.
So I have a 351w with a 2wheel drive c4 auto.
I have a c6 with np205 transfer case,
Can the np be put on c4?
C6 is for big block, and a shame cause it's only got 20 k on it.
Help please.
If it caint please give advice on wich way to go.
Cut a f150 frame down to put b2 body on, puting 351 in it.
Is the NP married or divorced? If divorced, I figure yes on connecting it to a C4 with a coupling shaft.

.. Or find a small block C6.

What did early Bullnose Broncos use?
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Old 11-26-2014, 02:29 PM
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Is the NP married or divorced? If divorced, I figure yes on connecting it to a C4 with a coupling shaft.

.. Or find a small block C6.

What did early Bullnose Broncos use?
How do I tell if it's divorced?
It's bolted to trany in place of long tail shaft
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How do I tell if it's divorced?
It's bolted to trany in place of long tail shaft
It's 'married'... a C-4 won't work that I know of.

Maybe Offroad Designs has a solution? Offroad Design - Fullsize Chevy GM 4x4 Suspensions, Parts and Performance

Time to bite the bullet?
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So if I use the np205 I have to use a c6,
It will not fit the over drive trany either ?
And thanks guys for the help
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