Ford np208 specs
The Jeep NP208 used a different case, bolt pattern and some different internal parts than the GM Chevrolet and the Ford 208 versions. The NP219 was a fulltime 4wd transfer case. This transfer case was more complex than the 208 in that it used a viscous clutch.The NP208 has an almost symmetrical bolt pattern; its sixbolt circular bolt pattern is nonsymmetrical, and only bolts on one way. New Process used the same bolt pattern in all vehicles, but the transfer case is installed in different positions in General Motors, Dodge and Ford trucks. ford np208 specs
Every 4WD vehicle uses a transfer case to split the drive coming from the transmission into two outputs, one directed to the front axle and one directed to the rear axle.
The Ford Dana 20 transfer case is gear driven with a cast iron case. It was used in early Broncos from 1966 until 1977 and it was used in some Ford pickups. It is drivers drop and it was available with a couple different low range ratios. NP205 Rebuild Guide. The NP205 gear driven transfer case is considered by many to be the king of bulletproof. It was supplied in many GM, Ford, International and Dodge fullsize trucks. Here is a documented tear down and rebuild of this unit. This can be done without a press, and with basic tools.ford np208 specs np203 transfer case The New Process 203 was used in GM, Ford, and Dodge through the 70's behind auto and manual transmissions. They were originally a full time 4WD case, meaning all 4 tires receive power at all times.