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Old 01-14-2008, 02:53 AM
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Highboy np205 linkage?

I would like too know if anyone has any pictuers of a np205 divorced shift linkage
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Is it a NP435 or C-6 you need help with? I know the NP435 but I have also seen divorced setups with the C-6. The NP435 was easy the shifter mounted with 2 bolts on the rear drivers side tail housing with 2 rods . It was a simple setup I will try to take a picture for you.
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its a c6 auto
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Mil1ion is the only member that I know of who can post illustrations of the linkage.

The illustrations are in the CD version of the 1973/79 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog. Mil1ion can scan and post, but there's 4 different illustrations.

Need to know: Year of the truck, the model, and is it full or part time? Do you have a part time transfer case, or a full time?
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I would like too know if anyone has any pictuers of a np205 divorced shift linkage
With or without part time drive?

What year and model do you have?

There are four different illustrations of the linkage.

Mil1ion has the parts catalog on a CD, he can scan and post, but will need the correct reference.

Need to know the right combo before I can give the pic page numbers and sections from the parts catalog
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part time np205 divorced on a 76 ford f250
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transfer case shift mechanism ~ A/T ~ P/T

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1973/79 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog / The exact illustration > >

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Illustration = Section 70 / page 6

A CD Copy of the above parts catalog is available from: hipoparts.com
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I have been looking for the linkage for 3 months now It's for a 77 F250 with an auto c-6 and divorced np205 with part time 4 wheel drive any suggestions where to find it
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I have been looking for the linkage for 3 months now It's for a 77 F250 with an auto c-6 and divorced np205 with part time 4 wheel drive any suggestions where to find it
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Is that a single linkage or dual and are they the same for a manual trans., w/ the mntng hdw. being different? I am only asking because I may have one from a '74 f250, but it is just 1 piece.

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NP205 has only one rod (unless the "twin stick" modification has been performed) and the NP203 has two.

These are crazy easy to make.........
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Anyone ever find the bushings part numbers?

I have everything else, but the bushing are worn pretty badly, not good for a frame off restoration. I'll turn one out of brass on a lathe if I have to, but I'd rather just buy one.
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I have everything else, but the bushing are worn pretty badly, not good for a frame off restoration. I'll turn one out of brass on a lathe if I have to, but I'd rather just buy one.
If you're referring to the T/C shift lever bushings...

2) EOTZ-7335-C (replaced D3TZ-7335-A) .. Transfer Case Gearshift Lever Bushings / Available from Ford.

Applications: 1973/87 F100/250 4WD / 1978/87 Bronco.

Pic from 1973/79 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog ~ Bushings are shown as basic part number 7335.
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Old post dug up.

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