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Old May 31st, 2013, 11:13 AM
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LT230 to NV4500 adapter

Since I sold my 110 I will not be needing this. It was made by a member here, he made them for his race truck and had a few extra. CNC machined, it is a thing of beauty! Will post pics later today. Asking $850, try to find one, I spent years looking before this one came up!
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Old May 31st, 2013, 12:22 PM
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Am interested, waiting to see the pictures. Any more details on how it was constructed?

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Old May 31st, 2013, 01:20 PM
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Am interested, waiting to see the pictures. Any more details on how it was constructed?

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Old May 31st, 2013, 01:32 PM
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Old May 31st, 2013, 01:34 PM
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Thanks I remember that post. Do you have an iput gear that has been milled to a Chevy output shaft? Do you have any of the coupler pieces. Or is this just the connecting piece for the housings
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Old May 31st, 2013, 01:41 PM
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Thanks I remember that post. Do you have an iput gear that has been milled to a Chevy output shaft? Do you have any of the coupler pieces. Or is this just the connecting piece for the housings
Simply the connecting piece for the housing. The bolt holes for the transfer case have not been drilled so you can clock it to fit you need.
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Old May 31st, 2013, 01:46 PM
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Simply the connecting piece for the housing. The bolt holes for the transfer case have not been drilled so you can clock it to fit you need.
You mean to say the bolt holes for the gearbox have not been drilled?
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You mean to say the bolt holes for the gearbox have not been drilled?
Yes, got them mixed up. Tranny holes not drilled.
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shaft

I have one of the NV4500 2wd main shafts that is needed for this conversion, I have two and only need one. So if anyone is interested in this adapter you'll need this part also. I've looked into doing this myself, this is the best way by far. I hope this helps the sale for this part. PM me if interested. you dont need to mill the gears, you can have the shaft milled to the same spline as the gears and its much cheaper and more shops can do it.
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Price drop, $750.00
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Final price drop, $650.
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If anyone is interested in this, I have an adapter shaft that would allow this adapter to be used with a 23 spline output NV4500 (dodge application). It is a welded shaft but it ran behind my 6BT without ever giving me any grief. It works with the stock input gear. I'd let it go for a hundred bucks to anyone interested.
Hope this isn't seen as hijacking but it would be the only other piece necessary to run this adapter and might make it more cost effective than a custom main shaft/input gear. Only reason I am selling it is I went to dual transfer cases.
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Got any pictures of your doubler case setup? Sounds intriguing. Have you done a writeup on it somewhere?



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If anyone is interested in this, I have an adapter shaft that would allow this adapter to be used with a 23 spline output NV4500 (dodge application). It is a welded shaft but it ran behind my 6BT without ever giving me any grief. It works with the stock input gear. I'd let it go for a hundred bucks to anyone interested.
Hope this isn't seen as hijacking but it would be the only other piece necessary to run this adapter and might make it more cost effective than a custom main shaft/input gear. Only reason I am selling it is I went to dual transfer cases.
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$500.00 shipped.
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Old post but do you still have this adapter for sale?
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Sorry, already sold. But, the guy who made it is a member here, you could always ask if he would make some more.
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Not sure but maybe this is the one I have now? I bought one from a member here complete with transmission though so maybe not....

------ Follow up post added April 2nd, 2014 08:18 PM ------

If there's enough interest I could drop it at my local machine shop and see what he'd charge to CNC copy it.

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