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Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/09/2009 5:00 PM

I,m looking for a adapter that goes between a NP435 transmission and a NP203 transfer case on a 76-77 W200 power wagon Dodge pickup. If anyone knows a place that might still have some these parts I really would like to know. I havn't had any luck so far. The adapter mounts them to the cross member and supports them. Or if I can change to a difference trans and transfer.

Thanks Sam

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03/09/2009 10:37 PM

The only company that I can think of is Trans Dapt. They were in business for many years selling adaptors.

Another thing would be to pick up a magazine or two that cover the FWD truck market. There would be companies selling them if there was any demand for them. Good Luck.

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03/11/2009 9:50 AM

Go to moparts.com, register and become a member. They have a truck section that you can post your wants in/look at the for sale section of parts. Though not a truck guy myself I have a 67 Dodge and 69 Plymouth that I can find most parts I need through there or try some of the vendors listed on their site. You don't have to become a member to look through the different categories listed but will if you want to respond to any of the ads via the website. Good luck

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Re: Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/10/2009 10:19 AM

Try this website:

http://www.jegs.com/

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Re: Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/10/2009 11:11 PM

Try a company call DODGE CITY, R.R.5, Sunderland, On. Canada. (905-985-0869) Sorry I didn't find a web site or an e-mail.

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Re: Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/10/2009 11:46 PM

You might try these guys, too. http://www.advanceadapters.com/

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Re: Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/11/2009 12:48 AM

go online to rpmatp or trans-dapt. most off-road shops can order reconditioned parts. transmission shops usually have several suppliers for replacement parts. organizations like the rock crawlers have sites as well. lakewood makes kits to swap trannys. summit racing has a good hotline for finding stuff. all online. b & m also

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Re: Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/11/2009 7:28 AM

Advance Adapters out of CA. will have what your looking for.

If you need telephone number just pick up any 4x4 mag. they run ads all the time.

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Re: Automotive Adapter Wanted

03/17/2009 7:14 AM

I'll like to thank all of you for your input and help. I did locate one at

www.mopartruckparts.com

they have a good selection on this type of parts.

Thanks again Sam

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