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Old 10-15-2017, 12:22 PM   #46
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Default Re: Andy's 75 Scout 250

What Tcase are u planning on running?

Did the old drivetrain have NP205?

If so, find a way to run a doubler between it.

It may cause issues with the crossmember & front driveshaft.
That can be solved with a 2 piece drive shaft...

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Old 10-15-2017, 01:56 PM   #47
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the truck was a gas engine 3/4 ton so it had a NP241. i do have a 205 but am thinking about an atlas. i don't like the idea of that heavy 205 hanging off the back of my OD trans. plus the doubler box is about 1/2 price of the atlas.
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Old 10-20-2017, 01:31 PM   #48
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the truck was a gas engine 3/4 ton so it had a NP241. i do have a 205 but am thinking about an atlas. i don't like the idea of that heavy 205 hanging off the back of my OD trans. plus the doubler box is about 1/2 price of the atlas.
You have the 241/205 already.
$700 for econo box & then fab or buy a cross member for 205.
Biggest issue will be length I think. (Versus $3k for Atlas)

Iím a manual guy, so research tc gearing for autos & figure out what is best.
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Old 10-10-2018, 01:20 PM   #49
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i'm working on aligning the doors. wanted to make sure i was somewhat close after replacing the rockers and a good portion of floor. after working on it for a while i decided to pull the door back off and check the hinges. they only had minor play when installed. turns out the hinges have a lot of play! so now i'm rebuilding hinges. i researched online and found a guy who used doorman hinge pins (38400). i bought 2 from different stores and they were both .005" smaller than spec. says right on the package .342 dia. so i tried Napa (675-5143) much better! the first one was bang on at .342 second one was .340" still usable.

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Old 10-10-2018, 04:05 PM   #50
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Default Re: Andy's 75 Scout 250

I Had similar play in both doors in both my scouts, along with one or two broken hinge pins, and I ended up rebuilding the hinges in both. I ordered the hinge pins through IHPA at the time. I don't recall off hand what the dimensions were, but they seemed to work.
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