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    For Sale.................$300 I pay shipping

    Transfer case 241 DLD

    23 spline

    Ratio 272

    My son bout this a few years ago as a rebuild from Olie and he needed the HDH....they wouldnt take this in return so here we set with it, he paid 475 shipped to us, I know its not worth near that so we need to cut our losses and move on..........anyone want it for $300 and I will pay the shipping to you

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    Starting in about 1987, the New Process 231/241 series transfer case became standard in Jeep, Dodge, and Chevrolet applications. These transfer cases are part time 4WD (Shift positions 4HI - 2HI - N - 4L). They have a relatively thin aluminum housing. They are 1:1 direct drive in high range, and use planetary reduction gears for low range with a ratio of 2.72:1 They use chain drive for the front output. The NP241 was typically used in V8 applications.
    Exact identification:

    These New Process cases have a circular plate, about 2" in dia., on the rear of the case, in the center. Full identification info for the case is on this plate

    Bolt Pattern:
    Jeep, Dodge and Chevy versions all use a 6 bolt circular bolt pattern. This pattern is NOT symmetrical and will only bolt up one way. You can typically bolt a Jeep unit to a Dodge transmission and vice versa, however Chevrolet units are NOT cross compatible: While GM uses the same 6 bolt patter, they have it rotate approximately 90 degrees from that used by jeep dodge.

    In all of these 6 bolt applications the Klune-V Extreme Underdrive will bolt up to these transfer cases directly with adapters necessary. Some may require a spacer.

    Slip-Yoke Eliminator
    All of these units we have seen have been equipped with a slip-yoke rear output. Slip-Yoke Eliminator kits are available for most of these transfer cases

    Jeep / Dodge units:
    All of these cases have a left hand drop (front drive shaft on driver's side).

    Input Spline: most applications use a 23 spline female input shaft .

    There are a few Dodge 1 Ton or greater extra-HD 241s that use a 29 spline, but they are quite rare.

    GM New Process 241 Transfer Case
    In 1988, GM began using the NP241 transfer cases. Most of these units will be right hand drop, but Chevy also used a few left hand drop applications. The Chevy NP241 is supplied with a 27 spline female input or a 32 spline female input. With a T350, 4L60E or 700R4 tranny, it will be 27 spline. With a T400 or 4L80E trans or 5 speed, it will be 32 spline.

    Transfer Case Shifter

    In most cases the stock transfer case shifter can be retained in the stock location. The linkage rod will need to be extended. This is done by cutting the existing rod in the middle, slipping an appropriate length of steel tubing over the ends of the cut pieces, and welding in place.
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    SOLD..........thanks man
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